The 2015 Sacramento Beer Week, set to begin on February 26, was announced early in December to the delight of ale and lager lovers everywhere. As the fifth year the event will be held, the announcement included the news that the event will be changing leadership this year, with founder Dan Scott stepping down and the Northern California Brewers Guild taking over the week-long celebration. In addition, the announcement also included the all-day Capitol Brew Festival on March 8 at the Capitol Mall. Beer Week will be hosted at the California Auto Museum.
Sacramento is an amazing city for beer lovers due in part to it's location so close to some of the nation's best breweries. As a central location along the West Coast, enthusiasts can make easy day trips to some of their favorite breweries, such as Rogue Ales in Portland, Oregon, Lagunitas Brewing Company in Petaluma, California, Stone in San Diego, Sierra Nevada in Chico, California, or Anchor in San Francisco.
Much of America's beer industry and culture is evolving on the West Coast and in California in particular, making it an excellent play for small, startup brewers to launch their own endeavor. Sacramento is home to several small scale breweries, such as Track 7 at 3747 W Pacific Avenue, New Helvetica on 1730 Broadway or the River City Brewing Company at the Sacramento Downtown Plaza. However, the city has yet to have any breakout stars in this industry.
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