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Enjoy Bugs in Your Beer at The Trappist; Tank 18 and Kronnerburger Team Up for BYOB

Plus: Tank 18 and Kronnerburger team up and Charlie Hallowell's last Sunday Supper is nigh.

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Tank 18
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SAN FRANCISCO— Amanda Hesser, co-founder and CEO of Food52, has collaborated with Munchery on a few new dishes for spring. This week, order some of Amanda's most popular recipes from her site, like sugar Bourbon steak and cream of roasted tomato soup. The menu will run till the end of the week. [EaterWire]

SOMA— It's rosé season! Celebrate with a BYOB (bring your own bottle) event at Tank 18, by refilling your old glass bottles with their newest vintage of rosé of pinot noir. And if the suspense of waiting for the restaurant to open is too much, Kronnerburger will be hosting a pop-up— the perfect accompaniment to copious amounts of wine. Make sure bottles are thoroughly cleaned before refilling, or purchase a new one for $2; see wine pricing here. The event takes place Saturday, April 18 from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND— Typically, it makes sense avoid bugs in your beer (or any other food or beverage item). However, the adventurous people of Oakland's The Trappist and Trappist Provisions are hosting a celebration of "alternative fermentation methods," featuring a wide variety of hard-to-find sours, Saisons and farmhouse ales on tap. Beers from Cantillon, Mikkeller, Evil Twin, Russian River and more will be flowing freely on Saturday, April 18 at both locations. Check their twitter feed for additions to the lineup. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND— It's the last weekend to enjoy one of Charlie Hallowell's Sunday Suppers, the monthly fundraisers for East Bay causes. This week's prix fixe dinner takes place at Pizzaiolo and benefits Hope Collaborative. Help improve the health and well-being of families in East Oakland while you eat, drink and be merry. The first seating has sold out; the second seating takes place Sunday, April 19 at 8 p.m. Buy tickets here. [EaterWire]

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