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Annual Bike-in Movie Night at Trumer Brauerei Berkeley 

Mon., Oct. 22 2012
Bike over to Trumer Brauerei Berkeley for their annual "Bike-in Movie Night" on Friday and catch the feature film, "Kid With a Bike" under the stars.

Enjoy Trumers, behind-the-scenes brewery tours, food truck fare and a raffle, where you could win a Trumer Pils beach cruiser bike!

Bring layers and an FM radio. EBBC will provide secure bike parking. For more information, visit The Bike-In Movie Event Facebook Page.

Admission is $5 (waived with a new membership to East Bay Bike Coalition). All proceeds benefit the East Bay Bike Coalition.

Trumer Brauerei Berkeley proudly brews Trumer Pils, an award-winning German-style pilsner, right here in the Bay Area. Meet the brewers of your favorite pilsner and enjoy an evening of beer, bikes and fun. Trumer also offers tours daily, Monday through Friday at 3:15pm. For more information, visit www.TrumerUSA.com .


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