"Sacramento is the hot new California beer city" ...

We were excited to share some graphics with Robert French for his Full Pint article.

Map on our home page has the 2019 key. As for 2009, the breweries include: (1-9) Sudwerk, River City (now moved to Carmichael), Rubicon (closed, with Alaro now occupying the midtown address), Sacramento Brewing Co. (closed, but Peter Hoey is now co-owner/brewer at Urban Roots), Hoppy (moved to Broadway/Old Sac), Auburn Alehouse, Gold Hill, Placerville, and Jack Russell.

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The Summit is here ... Welcome to Sacramento!

The California Craft Brewers Association is holding its annual Summit this week in Sacramento, and we couldn't be more thrilled to welcome everyone from industry leaders to casual enthusiasts. We hope you enjoy time gathered in the heart of California, celebrating our state as the greatest beer-making region in the world. And if you have a moment to visit our local breweries, be sure to check out our interactive map that includes detail on recent closures and near-term grand openings. Of course, feel free to holler with questions or comments! For more info on Sacramento's beer scene and beyond, Visit Sacramento has you covered.

And we hope attendees like the souvenir postcard map (shown below) stashed in everyone's grab bag at the Summit.

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