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Geektoberfest: Thursday, Sept. 28. The Tech Museum of Innovation will team up with BioCurious, a nonprofit community science lab, to explore the science behind beer and brewing. What creates that foamy head? Participating breweries include Ale Industries, Ballast Point, Bare Bottle, Blue Oak, Eight Bridges, Golden State, Gordon Biersch, Hermitage, High Water, Laughing Monk, New World, North Coast and Santa Clara Valley. 7 to 10:30 p.m. at 201 S. Market St., ages 21-plus only. Advance tickets, $20-$25; prices higher at the door. Food sold separately. www.thetech.org.