The beer selection here isn’t that impressive, but they do have a few oddballs that I haven’t seen elsewhere. Duvel and the Chimay trifecta were the only real "highlights" of their selection. Funny thing is, I always go here to get bread, meat, cheese, crackers et cetera before a beer tasting. The selection of beer-pairing foods and palate-cleaning snacks is pretty decent and surprisingly affordable; One can get a half pound of gouda, some killer unique sesame crackers, and a small roll of salami for under 9 bucks. But as a beer store unto itself... You should probably just walk on over to Sacramento Brewing Company and see what they have that’s new to you, as it is in the same shopping complex.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 8/20
Sacramento didn’t even have a listing. This store ain’t the greatest for beer. Still, it has one or two I’ve never had every so often. I add this as the location where I got the 2008 Vintage Ale. That’s a decent reason.