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Beers Made By Walking: Salt Pond Restoration Walk

  • Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center 1751 Grand Boulevard San Jose, CA, 95002 United States (map)

Beers Made By Walking: Salt Pond Restoration Walk

  • May 11th, 10:00am-12:30pm

  • 1751 Grand Blvd, San Jose | Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge

  • RSVP Required

  • Tickets are free

 

We have partnered with Beers Made By Walking, a program that invites brewers to go on nature hikes and make new “place-based beers” inspired by the plants from the trail. Join us, and three San Jose craft breweries as we walk along the trail of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project at the Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Led by Dave Halsing, the Restoration Project’s executive project manager, you will learn about the largest tidal wetland restoration project on the West Coast and about the native and invasive plants that inhabit the area. Uproar Brewing, Camino Brewing and Clandestine Brewing will then head back to their breweries and create a beer inspired by this walk, which will be released later in the summer.

How to prepare for this walk:

Dress for the weather. We will walk whether we have rain or shine. The walk is easy, but it is about 2.5 hours and the ground is uneven. Bring your own snacks and water. If it’s sunny make sure you have a hat and sunglasses.