International Beersphere and STUB combine for a killer night!

Faris Yakob is the genius behind International Beersphere. On November 13th people will be meeting in pubs in New York, Berlin, Toronto, Boston, Melbourne Sydney, Berlin, Bucharest, and Amsterdam to talk turkey about everything marketing, technology advertising and ninja related.

Like some awesome transformers I am joining the Sydney leg of the Beersphere with STUB that was planned for the same night.

The details are as such.

Date: Thursday 13 November
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: The Cricketers Arms, 106 Fitzroy St, Surry Hills (map)

If you are not in Sydney here are the details of the other Beerspheres. If your city is not on the list, get in touch with Faris and organise a venue!

The Date: Thursday November 13th 2008

[That's next Thursday]

The places - well....

New York [with me]: Obivia, 201 Lafayette Street from 6pm. [Happy hour runs until 8pm and there should be some free Ketel One splashing about too. Don't say I don't look after you.] MAP.

London [with Rachel and Co]: Will meet 6.30pm onwards at the Commercial Tavern,
142-144 Commercial Street, London E1 6NU. We've got the upstairs bar.
See you there!

Toronto [with Jason and Dino]: 6:30pm The Bedford Academy, 36 Prince Arthur Avenue. [Featuring interpretive dance by Dino, and late evening partial nudity by Jason.]

Melbourne [with David]:Red Hummingbird, 246 Russell Street, just up from the corner of Lonsdale from 6:30pm. We’ll meet on the rooftop as I’m banking on the weather being lovely (currently predicted to be 29 degrees!), if you haven’t been there before you will see a red birdcageover the entrance. Map.

Berlin: [with David]: Berlin Beersphere is from 7pm at PonyBar (alte schönhauser strasse 44 10119 berlin-mitte). MAP.

Boston: [with Conner and Gareth]: Bukowski’s @ 50 Dalton St, Boston, Map.


faris said...

thanks brother! have updated the listing...

have fun!

Anonymous said...

Booo - this clashes with the APG awards. When is the next one?

Gavin Heaton said...

Didn't realise you allowed anonymous comments ... but then, I think we all know who this particular "anonymous" person is ;)