I would NOT count on getting fuel from Beer at Sierra Fuels. Yes he is out there, but his crew and time is limited. He sells fuel to the larger users. He fuels the Center Camp generators etc. He will fuel Theme Camp generators if the consumption is large enough. He does not have a fixed location. He has a route that he drives for the large users. Our camp uses him, but we also take on 75 gallons a day or more. The other issue is in trying to find him. His route times vary. He has maps of the genny locations and they do not need someone there when he fills them, thus the prepayment plan. You leave him a credit card and he sends you a receipt after the event.
You will be much better off bringing your own fuel. Most of the camps that use under 200 gallons for the week bring their own. It is not that much trouble. If you filled out a theme camp app, you will notice there was a box to check off for fuel storage over 20 gallons. Checking that box notifiess the Fire Art Safety Team and the ESD for fuel storage. You may or may not get a visit from FAST to make certain you are storing it correctly and have a fire extinguisher near by. NOT on the fuel cans. You wouldn't believe how often we see that.
The FAST team will be making more camp inspections this year.
Those who think they can and those who think they can't are both right.