Long been one of our favorite neighborhood spots, Track 7 Brewing celebrated their 5 year anniversary on New Years Eve. We made it our start to welcoming in 2017 with friends, family, and great beer! Track 7 brewed 7 specialty beers – 6 collaborations with great California breweries and a Track 7 anniversary ale.
A rainy day in Sutter Creek makes for a beautiful wedding! We attended our dear friend’s wedding at Bella Grace Vineyards last Sunday on what was our stormiest day yet! But what’s a little rain when friends gather to toast friends they love right? The setting was to be in the vineyard but when
One of our favorite stops on the Sacramento Craft Brewery Grid is just off Power Inn Road. This little corner of the world hosts two great breweries – Device Brewing Co and New Glory Craft Brewery. The later was our stop this Sunday. Just celebrating their third anniversary, New Glory Craft Brewery offers everything we
Do you love your neighborhood as much as we love ours? Toss one of these fun neighborhood pillows on your porch and voila! Summer Lovin’ style! These pillows, created by Alicia Kerr at Allie Studio are popping up everywhere! Neighborhoods from Lake Tahoe to Mill Valley are adding “neighborhood style” to their porches, lake
We try to visit our local breweries when they first open, but for Claimstake Brewing we were a little late to the party. Claimstake is one of the breweries we have on our list for a visit and last Sunday we finally arrived! Ta Da! Sunday sipping at Claimstake Brewing! Easy parking, friendly faces, and
As soon as the last bell rang at my daughter’s school, we were in the car headed to Dillon Beach for some much-needed rest & relaxation. Founded in the 1880s by George Dillon, Dillon Beach hasn’t seen much change since 1926, when the quaint village was promoted by Howard Lawson, of Lawson’s Landing fame, as
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Last Sunday we headed to Plymouth California to celebrate 2 June birthdays in the beautiful Amador Wine Country. Our main goal was to stop by Amador Brewing Company for a beer. After finding that they did not open till 11:30 AM…it was 11 and we needed to kill thirty minutes. I noticed that just down
Hello my Sipped in California friends! As some of you know, I took a break from blogging on Sipped in California to spend quality time reflecting on my blog and the changes I wanted to make. I also used my time away to have some good one on one time with my dog Stella. Stella had
Capitol Beer Fest wraps up Sacramento Beer Week on a cold and rainy Sunday. I’ll be honest, we were so close to blowing off Capitol Beer Fest due to beer burnout, wanting to be just plain lazy on a Sunday, and the stormy weather. I thought for sure it would be called off! Not so.
We spent a beautiful Valentine’s Day in Winter’s California. First stop, Preserve Public House for a Valentine’s Day lunch of a tasty grilled cheese sandwich with roasted tomato soup, French onion soup, and one of Preserve Public House’s beautiful cheese boards…the Preserve Platter – two cheeses, two cured meats, pickled vegetables, jalapeno jelly, and bread. Of
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