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About 3,000 people and 120 different brews are expected at this year’s West Coast Brew Fest in Miller Park on Saturday.
Started in 2000, the brew fest showcases California, Oregon and Washington’s influence in micro brews, and judges award ribbons in a blind taste test two weeks before the event.
Organizer Matson Breakey told The Sacramento Press last year that dedicated followers from as far away as Arizona and Washington show up to try the beers, hear the local bands and sample the food.
There are no tasting tokens, and festival-goers are given a cup upon paying admission, which gives them unlimited tastings until the event is over or the kegs are tapped.
For more information, visit the West Coast Brew Fest website.
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Boulevard Park Green Thumb Brigade
Armed Forces Day at the Aerospace Museum of California
@ McClellan Air Park
Community bike ride and underwear drive
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May 19 - 20
Pacific Rim Festival
@ Old Sacramento /Westfield Downtown Plaza
Sacramento Celebrates Harvey Milk Day
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