The 11th annual Sacramento Beer Week will begin on April 24th for 10 days of incredible craft beer events throughout the entire Sacramento region.

There will be more than 300 craft beer events during the 10 day Sacramento Beer Week celebration of craft beer. Local restaurants, bars and breweries will offer a variety of special events including tastings, education on craft beer and more special events ending on May 3rd, 2020.

Sacramento Beer Week is much more than just enjoying specially crafted beer. It’s about a growing industry that is creating jobs and stimulating the economy.

In 2015, craft breweries contributed $7.288 billion to the state’s economy, up from $6.5 in 2014. As of November 2016, more than 750 craft breweries are in operation across the state, more than any other state in the nation. California produces more craft beer than any other state. In 2015, approximately 3.4 million barrels of beer were produced. California has 12 of the top 50 largest craft breweries by volume in the country.

Sacramento Beer Week provides sponsors an opportunity to reach a large and growing market in the Sacramento Valley. Craft beer fans consist of both men and women ranging in age from early 20s to late 50s. Craft beer fans are higher than average wage earners and typically have higher education than the general population. CLICK HERE to see one of many reports on the growth of the craft beer market.

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Sacramento Beer Week Postponed.

The Sacramento Area Brewers Guild has made the difficult decision to cancel Sacramento Beer Week and its signature opening event, Sac Mac + Beer Battle, this year. While we know this will come as a major disappointment, we hope you understand this step we’re taking to keep the public and our brewers safe.  We understand how integral this event is to our region and its craft beer economy. We are exploring opportunities to host smaller events later this year that continue to bring craft beer enthusiasts and brewers together, if conditions are permitting. In the meantime, we urge you to continue to support your independent and local breweries, especially during this time when they need you most.  We appreciate your support, and we look forward to raising a glass with you all at Sacramento Beer Week next year.