*This is a sponsored post brought to you by Sacramento Limo Bus. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*
Sacramento has a passion and enthusiasm for making great craft beer
Sure, beer has always been popular, but it’s safe to say there has been extra attention paid to craft beer and local breweries in the past five years. Sacramento has some amazing destinations to consider for those who love beer, and there are new ones popping up frequently.
Here are five of the newest beer destinations to open in the Sacramento area! Be sure to consider transportation from Sacramento Limo Bus if you are going to be making a day out of enjoying beer at these spots.
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Have Fun Exploring these 5 New Beer Destinations in Sacremento
902 K St
This is a brand new addition to the downtown dining scene. There are both local and international beer brands served here, from IPA’s to cream ales. They also have a great selection of ciders, wine, cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages. The food menu is pretty small, but they’ve perfected each item there.
1610 R St
This is the newest Device location at the Ice Blocks in the Midtown area! There are rotating food trucks that visit this destination, and you can feel free to bring your own food as well. The atmosphere is bright and refreshing, and they’re also opening another location in the Pocket area later this year.
This restaurant specializes in upscale comfort food and amazing beer options. The sunny side burger topped with a freshly fried egg is a unique take on a classic, and locals love it. When it comes to their beer selection, trust us when we say that you will not be disappointed with the large variety.
5090 Folsom Blvd
We love the light, open environment at this beer bar and brewery, and there’s a great patio to check out when the weather is agreeable. Their popular panic fries come topped with beer cheese, pork shoulder, radish, green onion, and pickled chilies. Some of the popular beers here include the Panic IPA and Honey Bee.
2004 Capitol Ave
Alaro in Midtown is another worthy option to check out! Their menu of IPA’s is constantly rotating, so you can count on trying a new option each time you come out here with friends. They even take keg requests if you happen to be throwing a party in the near future.
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Sacramento has become a destination for Farm-to-Fork Food, excellent wines and now it is experiencing a craft beer movement that is perfect for all you beer lovers, so check out these 5 New Beer Destinations to see what all the excitement is all about.
Post and photos courtesy of Juliane Cassidy – who really didn’t mind visiting these breweries all in one day.