Beer Destination Day

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Beer Destination Day

Mar 3 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Bring Your Beer Passports for Beer Destination Day!

Sudwerk Brewing Co. is teaming up with the Sacramento Beer Frontier to create a special “wildcard” stamp only available during Sacramento Beer Week. To create our beer destination day, Sudwerk will be tapping some very special and rare beers (First Frontier, Funke Hop Farm, Bourbonator, and more!). Cali Love will also be serving delicious food all night long! Cheers to the Frontier!

Get Your Pass Passports at the Beer Frontier Booth at the Sacramento Brewers’ Showcase or Follow this Link for more locations!



Grab a passport at a local shop or online–$14 gets you a 28-page passport with fold-out index map. Purchase of the passport also includes a bottle opener, 20 oz. English pint glass, and map of your journey… but collecting those requires a bit of adventure. (Note: no purchase of beer is required for any element of this program!)

After you collect four custom stamps at different breweries, you get a bottle opener (breweries have them on hand). A representative will mark the first page in your passport and hand you a reward.

After you collect 16 stamps, you get a pint glass–currently available at Sudwerk, Sactown Union, Bike Dog, and The Monk’s Cellar, with more locations to be added soon. Upon collecting a glass, a representative will mark the first page of your passport.

After you visit all available breweries, drop us a line via the contact page, and we will work with you to print a custom map of your trek.


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Mar 3
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Sudwerk Dock Store
2001 2nd Street
Davis, CA 95618 United States


Type of Event
Special Release

Event Submission Guidelines:

  • Events must promote and embody the spirit of Sacramento craft beer. The emphasis should be on quality beer that celebrates independent brewers, using traditional brewing techniques and embracing an innovative and pioneering spirit.
  • Events should be about craft beer and presented in a way that adds a cultural, educational, activity-oriented, or culinary context to the beer. Push your team to be creative.
  • Most importantly, events must be true events — meaning they must feature a special, unique or rare selection of beer, activity, guest and/or food component, and are generally considered special, exceptional occasions, not something that would be held on any given day of the year.
  • Sac Beer Week WILL NOT approve events centered on discounts or giveaways that are typical happy hours, pint nights or beer specials, that solely promote ‘every day’ tap lists, or that encourage people to drink irresponsibly.