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Black Sands Offers Beer For Life; A Chef Coloring Book

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LOWER HAIGHT—Ever wish you could secure enough beer to last you the rest of your life? Forthcoming brewpub Black Sands is here to help. Donate $100 to their Indiegogo campaign, and they'll give you a free pint a month, monitored via a mobile app, for as long as you (and more likely they) are around. [Hoodline]

THE CRAYOLA BIG BOX—For the budding foodie (or the already-blossomed, nostalgic foodie), we present Small Thyme Cooks, a coloring book centered around celebrity chefs. Color in April Bloomfield's fists as she teaches you about East Coast vs. West Coast oysters; Alice Waters and David Kinch are in there, too. [~ EN ~]

PETALUMA—Congrats to Lagunitas Brewing Company, which had a big 2013 in terms of sales: its case sales grew 85% year over year, launching the brewery to the nation's #5 slot in craft brew, behind Sam Adams, Sierra Nevada, New Belgium, and Shiner. Not bad for a bunch of self-proclaimed stoners who sometimes put Zappa albums on their labels. [Inside Scoop]

SOMA—Sip some killer mezcal this Thursday at Tres' Vino de Mezcal event, which will feature Erick Rodriquez, of Wahaka Mezcal, presenting his favorite super-small-batch producers from across Mexico. Tickets are $125 and include paired bites. [EaterWire]

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