Join Us for a Reader Meetup Next Week With Go Pilsen at Lagunitas Brewery

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Lagunitas Brewery. Photo: Eric Allix Rogers

We’re continuing to hold our reader meetups in various parts of town and co-hosting them with local groups that promote sustainable transportation. Next Wednesday, November 2, from 6-8 p.m. we’ll be convening with members of Go Pilsen at Lagunitas Brewery, 2607 West 17th St.

Lagunitas can be accessed via the California Pink Line station or the #49 Western bus stop at Western and 16th. There’s a Divvy station by the California stop.

I plan on biking there after that afternoon’s Mayor’s Pedestrian Advisory Council meeting, which takes place from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. at City Hall in room 1103 and is open to the public. Drop me a line at jgreenfield@streetsblog.org if you’re interested cycling from the Loop to the brewery around 5 p.m.

The taproom has a huge beer selection and a full kitchen menu, so it’s likely a good time will be had by all. I’m looking forward to meeting more Streetsblog readers and Go Pilsen folks and learning more around transportation issues in the area.

RSVP for next month’s event on Facebook if you like.

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