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Drought encourages Tahoe to focus on year-round activities

Drought encourages Tahoe to focus on year-round activities

WE LOVE CELEBRATING OUR REGION’S year-round lifestyle centered around farm-fresh food, fine dining, local wine and beer, art and music and outdoor recreation — and it’s becoming a bigger draw for vacations, staycations and relocations. Tahoe and Truckee have deep roots in winter sports, going back to Sugar Bowl in the ’30s and the 1960...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Sierra Brewfest, Downieville Brewfest and California Craft Beer Summit

Jul 8, 2015
Sierra Brewfest, Downieville Brewfest and California Craft Beer Summit

Our region will host popular beer festivals this summer, including one of California’s oldest. Here are some of them: SIERRA BREWFEST, SEPTEMBER 5 Music in the Mountains Alliance presents the 26th Annual Sierra BrewFest at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley. As one of the state’s oldest beer festivals, the Sierra BrewFest is known for...

Sac Foodies
Yeti Restaurant: Nepali and Indian; Well Worth the Drive—and the Bike Ride!

Jun 23, 2015
Yeti Restaurant: Nepali and Indian; Well Worth the Drive—and the Bike Ride!

By Peter Bittner Sometimes we SacFoodies explore outside Sacramento’s city limits. It’s not that there’s any scarcity of diverse food options here, but there’s always something exciting about seeing what other cities have to offer. On a recent trip to Davis, I spent a long, hot day biking on the cozy college town’s lovely...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Sierra Foothills’ craft breweries draw locals and taproom tourists

Sierra Foothills’ craft breweries draw locals and taproom tourists

DESPITE THE “ZOMBIE economy” in 2011, three craft breweries launched within months of each other: Berryessa Brewing Co. in Winters, Loomis Basin Brewing Co. and ol’ Republic Brewery in Nevada City. Now they are experiencing major growth spurts, epitomizing the boom in craft beer. OL’ REPUBLIC BREWERY is nearly doubling its space for the second time...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Three Forks releases “Endangered Ale” to support SYRCL’s efforts to restore wild salmon

Three Forks releases “Endangered Ale” to support SYRCL’s efforts to restore wild salmon

Did you ever think that drinking beer could help save an endangered species? Well, now it can! Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Co, in downtown Nevada City, has just released Endangered Ale, a limited edition red ale. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the beer will benefit the South Yuba River...

Sac Foodies
Sacramento Food Film Festival

Mar 19, 2015
Sacramento Food Film Festival

Food + film, you say? We call that a perfect pairing. The Sacramento Food Film Festival kicks off tonight and we have the scoop. From March 19 to 29, there will be pairings of food and food-related movies at unique locations throughout town. There are a number of events to meet every taste and...

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Get Your Party On: Pizza & Beer Shower

Get Your Party On: Pizza & Beer Shower

Seriously, how gorgeous is this pizza and beer bridal shower? The shower was designed by a company called The Gathery. To be honest, it’s been a little while since I’ve...

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Employee Appreciation Day + Hock Farm Craft & Provisions

Mar 5, 2015
Employee Appreciation Day + Hock Farm Craft & Provisions

Tomorrow is Employee Appreciation Day, and here at SacFoodies we know there’s no better way to say thanks to your loyal staff than offering up the chance to enjoy some top-notch food and spirits. Yes, you CAN become the most beloved boss of all time tomorrow – simply invest in some tickets to Hock...

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Sacramento Beer Week #SBW2015

Feb 24, 2015
Sacramento Beer Week #SBW2015

Attention Sacramento: Sac Beer Week 2015 has arrived. If you frequent any of the local establishments in town, you’ve probably seen fliers touting the specialized events and menus that will be popping up across Sacramento from February 26-March 8. Sacramento Beer Week is flanked by two “main events.” First, the Sacramento Brewer’s Showcase is...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Small Brew Act will allow small brewers to thrive, create more jobs

Small Brew Act will allow small brewers to thrive, create more jobs

U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) have reintroduced S. 375, The Small Brewer Reinvestment and Expanding Workforce Act or Small BREW Act, to stimulate regional economies nationwide with a reduction in the excise tax on each barrel of beer brewed by small brewers. Senator Angus King (I-ME) is an original cosponsor...

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