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Breweries, locals celebrate return of annual Sacramento Beer Week

The 13th annual Sacramento Beer Week is officially back in full swing. The event has been on hold for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hundreds celebrated his triumphant return during one of his main events on Saturday afternoon: the Sac Mac and Beer Fest at River Walk Park. Device Brewing was crowned champion of the spaghetti and cheese and beer mating competition. However, Device Brewing general manager Heather Vickers said the real victory was a return to the community. “Vickers said. ‘ They like Sacramento Beer Week. ” beers, “said Moriah Mayworth, a Sacramento resident. The Big Stump Brewing Company on L Street also participates in Sacramento Beer Week. They did their annual Street Fighter Tournament on a classic Nintendo console on Saturday – the first time the competition took place in two years. “It was a lot of fun. Everyone, it’s a great sport. “Everyone was applauding everyone else,” said Marissa Taylor, Big Stump Brewing’s change manager. But as COVID-19 cases begin to rise slightly on the East Coast and in San Francisco, should Sacramento County be concerned? Dr Mark Vaughan, medical director at Auburn Medical Group, said: “We need to be aware of what is happening – but we need not worry. This is especially true because the latest figures show that Sacramento County has a positive test rate of 2.9%. “Compared to previous executives, it’s just more contagious,” Vaughan said. “Just being aware of what they might have to say, I think we’re okay,” said Evan Brady. Sacramento 13th Annual Beer Week kicks off after two-year pandemic break

The 13th annual Sacramento Beer Week officially returns to full swing.

The event has been on hold for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hundreds celebrated his triumphant return during one of his main events on Saturday afternoon: the Sac Mac and Beer Fest at River Walk Park.

Device Brewing was crowned champion of the spaghetti and cheese and beer mating competition. However, Device Brewing general manager Heather Vickers said the real win was a return to the community.

“It’s great to be able to go out and have fun again, see friends and family again and have a great craft beer,” Vickers said.

For Oak Park Brewing Company brewer Geoff Scott, bringing back events like Sacramento Beer Week is also a way to boost business.

“It allows me to interact with consumers who come to our place who may not know about Oak Park and really push what we want,” said Scott.

Some locals told KCRA 3 that they like this at Sacramento Beer Week.

“We try to really think about the ones we didn’t know and go and try their beers,” said Sacramento resident Moria Mayworth.

The Big Stump Brewing Company on L Street also participates in Sacramento Beer Week. They held their annual Street Fighter Tournament on a classic Nintendo console on Saturday – the first time the competition has been held in two years.

“It was so much fun. Everyone, they’re great athletes. Everyone was cheering on everyone else,” said Big Stump Brewing’s change manager Marissa Taylor.

But as COVID-19 cases begin to rise slightly on the East Coast and in San Francisco, should Sacramento County be concerned? Dr Mark Vaughan, medical director at Auburn Medical Group, said: “We need to be aware of what is happening – but we need not worry. This is especially true because the latest figures show that the test rate in Sacramento County is 2.9%.

“We have the coming BA.2 variant, which does not seem to be more dangerous to people who are infected with it, compared to previous strains, just more contagious,” Vaughan said.

Locals attending Sacramento Beer Week events told KCRA 3 that they drink every day, one sip at a time.

“I feel that as long as we pay attention to what is happening in our area, we look at the levels of COVID, but we also listen to the experts and just know what they may have to say, I think we will be fine,” said Evan Brady.

Sacramento Beer Week is a 10-day event. Dozens of breweries, dining rooms and restaurants take part in the festivities.

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