Tickets to Upcoming Beerwalks Currently Selling at Discounted Prices

Beerwalk in Downtown Burlingame

Tickets to the first four Beerwalks of 2015 are currently available online for $30. You can receive a $5 discount on tickets purchased now until Christmas by using discount code “beermas” (without the quotation marks) after visiting and making your Beerwalk selection, which include:

  • Japantown San Jose, Sat., Feb. 7, 2-6pm
  • Downtown Burlingame, Wed., Feb. 11, 6-9pm
  • Downtown Mountain View, Sat., March 14, 2-6pm
  • Downtown Campbell, Wed., April 22, 6-9pm

Look for tickets to be available soon for:

  • Santana Row, Wed., July 29, 6-9pm
  • Willow Glen, Sat., Oct. 24, 2-9pm

About Beerwalks

Founded by long-time friends and business partners Jordan Trigg and Charlie Mann, Beerwalks provide opportunities for “beerwalkers” to stroll through a city’s business district, visiting local shops and businesses while sampling craft beers at each location. Beerwalks routinely feature mostly Bay Area breweries, including many from the South Bay and the Bay Brewers Guild. Previous participants have included, in part:

  • Campbell Brewing Company
  • Faultline Brewing Company
  • FireHouse Grill & Brewery
  • Gordon Biersch Brewing Company
  • Hermitage Brewing Company
  • Los Gatos Brewing Company
  • Rabbit’s Foot Meadery / Red Branch Cider Company
  • Rock Bottom Brewery Campbell
  • Santa Clara Valley Brewing Company
  • Strike Brewing Company
  • Tied House Cafe & Brewery
  • Firestone Walker Brewing Company
  • Lagunitas Brewing Company
  • Drake’s Brewing Company
  • Almanac Beer Company
  • 21 Amendment Brewery
  • Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
  • Anchor Brewing
  • Santa Cruz Ale Works
  • Uncommon Brewers
  • Hangar 24 Craft Brewery
  • Stone Brewing Company
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

The first Beerwalk took place in Feb. 2012 in Japantown San Jose. Since then, the Beerwalks have continued to expand and grow in popularity. Case in point, the Burlingame Beerwalk on Feb. 11 marks the first Beerwalk to take place outside the immediate South Bay region.

According to an update this past spring, 10 Beerwalks had taken place with a total of over 7,000 attendees, over 500 volunteers, over 200 different beers and, perhaps most importantly, over $30,000 raised for local non-profit organizations. Experiencing early success, Metro Silicon Valley newspaper singled out the Beerwalks as the “Best Community Showcase” in the 2013 “The Best of Silicon Valley” issue.

“Things are going full speed ahead here,” Trigg recently told me. “We had great success with the four Beerwalks last year; we had a few more we wanted to do, but they were pushed back to 2015. We are hoping to have six to eight this coming year. We have had numerous downtown business districts reach out to us over the past year. We would love to accommodate everyone, but we’ve had to stick with our already established districts and add only a few new ones.

Trigg adds, “Now with official non-profit status, our goal for 2015 is to double the amount of money raised for local non-profits. It is definitely a labor of love, but we believe the Bay Area is an extremely diverse and amazing place. Each downtown district we visit offers something different and unique. The Beerwalk is a great way to introduce the Bay Area downtowns and their small businesses to their local community, all while introducing them to local and national craft beers. It is really about creating stronger communities through beer and for good causes.”

Discount Code

Receive $5 off tickets at by entering discount code: beermas.

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