While the annual Georgia/Flordia rivalry game has been dubbed the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Sacramento will host the World's Biggest Pop-Up Pub this weekend. Here's what you need to know about it.
1. Who's Putting It On?
Bend, OR-based Deschutes Brewery, probably best know for their Mirror Pond Pale Ale, is bringing their Street Pub - Crafted for Community tour to Sacramento. According to the Sac Bee, the pub tour has also visited Philadelphia, Cleveland, Chicago, Minneapolis and Denver before making Sacramento its final stop.
2. Sounds great. When and where is it?
The event will be held on Capitol Ave. between 17th and 19th Streets on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 2 to 10 p.m. Don't forget to bring a jacket. The high temperature on Saturday's expected to be only 68 degrees.
3. How much does it cost? Can I bring my kids?
The event is free and family friendly.
4. Will they have food and music?
Absolutely. Deschutes Brewery's corporate chef has partnered with Brock MacDonald of Block Butcher Bar and Wesley Nilssen of de Vere's Irish Pub to creat dishes that pair with their beer. The event will also feature local bands Humble Wolf, Hans and the Hot MEss and Drop Dead Red.
5. Who does the event benefit?
The proceeds from the event go to Runnin' 4 Rhett, named after Rhett Seevers, a boy with cerebral palsy who passed away at the age of 7. Their mission is to LET RHETT’S STORY INSPIRE those who feel defeated, UPLIFT those who feel down and ENCOURAGE all to take that first step, and MOVE INTO LIFE.
You can learn more by visiting https://events.deschutesbrewery.com/events/street-pub-sacramento/.
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