Summit Beer Festival – my favorite beer fest of the year. Since the beer fest is tomorrow, I’m just going to cut straight to the chase.
It’s been a while folks, but I’ve got big things in store for you.
Since January I’ve traveled to Seattle and San Diego, sampling the best food, beer, and coffee they had to offer. I’ll be posting about those trips soon. But first, here’s my weekly Trader Joe’s update.
If this is your first time here, you’re in for a treat. This post is part of a weekly series where I highlight the best beers at your friendly neighborhood TJ’s (Folsom Blvd. in Sacramento, California). Whether you’re visiting TJ’s for the first time, or your just looking for something new, this list is for you.
Below you’ll find the top five highest rated beers (according to Beer Advocate) available at TJ’s as of May 29, 2017. I’ve also included the best beers that were recently added to TJ’s shelves. You can find the complete listing of beers here: goo.gl/H7b0wn
Best New Additions (Not Mentioned Above)
Everyone has a weekend ritual. Ours includes baking pastries Saturday morning, going to the x street farmer’s market on Sunday morning, and raiding the Trader Joe’s on Folsom Blvd. Sunday afternoon. While TJ’s has some of the best snacks and sweets, no trip to Trader Joe’s is complete without a beer pick-up. And Trader Joe’s has a lot of beer. We counted more than one hundred beers on our trip to the Sacramento themed store this Sunday.
Beer. It’s one of life’s simple pleasures. The foam. The hops. The alcohol. What better way to spend an afternoon than trying to drink hundreds of different beers.