When: Sun., June 22, 1-5 p.m. 2014
If you think cold beer and raw, citrus-cured fish are a classic summertime combination, this is the pop-up for you. For one afternoon only, Alfonso Dominguez, co-owner of Old Oakland’s Tamarindo, will hit The Trappist Provisions (6309 College Ave., Oakland) with three kinds of Mexican ceviche ($9-$14), and possibly some oysters as well. The beer mavens at the Rockridge bar and bottle shop will be on hand to drop some beer-pairing knowledge, and they’ve selected a few brews — both bottles and drafts — that should pair especially well with Dominguez’s ceviches. They’ll also be pouring several others that might not pair but are nevertheless “damn fine,” as Trappist co-owner Aaron Porter put it.