Category: Craft Beer

Auburn Alehouse “Steal the Glass” Night (Sacramento)

            On Wednesday, October 29th, starting at 6:00pm, we are doing a “steal the glass” night with Auburn Alehouse! Buy a beer and keep the glass! (One per person.) Prospector Jesse Martin will be here to mingle and pass out swag and the following beers will be available: Gravedigger Black…

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Buy Your Davis Bike and Brew Fest Tickets

de Vere’s Irish Pub and Sudwerk Brewery invite you to the Davis Bike and Brew Fest, August 16th at Central Park in Davis. You’ll get access to taste beers from over 60 breweries, including  Track 7, Rubicon, Bike Dawg, Auburn Ale House, Firestone Brewery and many, many more. You’ll also get to grub on incredible food from…

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Sacramento Beer Week Oskar Blues/Breckenridge Flight Night

      Sacramento Beer Week Oskar Blues/Breckenridge Flight Night Sunday, March 2 de Vere’s Irish Pub Sacramento 5:00PM $25 per flight Oskar Blues used Breckenridge whiskey barrels to age three of their biggest beers—and we’re giving you the chance to try all of them PLUS a taste of the Breckenridge whiskey itself. You’ll also…

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Sacramento Beer Week Firestone Walker Rare Beer Event

      Sacramento Beer Week Firestone Walker Rare Beer Event Thursday, February 27 de Vere’s Irish Pub Sacramento 6:00PM $30 We will be featuring three of the rarest beers available outside of the Firestone Walker—and will be welcoming one of the brewers, Jeffers, to the pub for the event! For $30, you will receive…

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Bourbon Month Specials Menu

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! National Bourbon Month (September) has arrived, and we’re serving up some amazing specials to celebrate! From drinks to eats to beer & bourbon pairings, we’re offering you multiple ways to experience some of our favorite bourbons. But be sure to act fast! In a couple of weeks,…

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How To Pour A Pint of Guinness

 How To Pour A Pint of Guinness Why don’t people understand that a Guinness needs to be poured in a two stage process? You need to let it settle in order to enjoy the beverage with a good head on it, one that follows you through the entire pint! The Head should leave rings down…

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