Keeping you cool at Sacramento’s original beer garden

Our misters will keep you cool at Sacramento’s original beer garden. Along with shades and frozen beer this 100% outdoor beer garden was the first to give people a place to socialize and enjoy the sun by day and the stars by night.

Sacramento’s Beer Garden is a great place for socializing

Sacramento’s Beer Garden known as Der Biergarten is a unique place, one of a kind, a great place to hang out and socialize. Here is what you will find at this great spot.

Sacramento's Beer Garden

Sacramento’s Beer Garden

Great German beer and foods
Der Biergarten is uniquely German; you can get some of the best German beers as well as light German fare. The spot offers a German menu with 32 beers on draft, and German traditional cuisine all while you relax in one of Midtown Sacramento’s best beer destinations. This is the place that you will find the most German beers in Northern California.

It is 100% outdoors
This is a place where you’ll have a chance to socialize over some great beer and food, enjoying the sunlight by day and counting the stars at night. It’s a spot that has a natural environment, a cool place where you can down your drinks as you chat with your friends. Enjoy the fresh air, watch the sunset and count the stars as you sip your favorite German drink. It’s a true definition of outdoor dining and entertainment.

A cool spot
When you want to have a good chat with your friends, this is the joint of choice; it has no television, music or dance floor. It’s a place where you can have a good time without having to shout at the top of your lungs in competition with blaring music. You won’t be interrupted by television ads or programs; it will be all beer, food and wonderful socialization. You’ll have a wonderful time sitting with friends, playing a game and socializing; the atmosphere is so good, you’re sure to love it.

Der Biergarten is not just human-friendly; you are allowed to bring your dog. There are no restrictions; you can enjoy your German beer while in the company of your pet friend. You don’t have to leave your lovely pet in the house unattended or in the car; this is a cool place to hang out with friends and lovely pets too.

Another first at the Der Biergarten, it was the first cargo container structure built to be used as a business in Sacramento, CA.

If you’re looking for real fun and excitement while you play games, the best German beer and food as well as a wonderful and cool atmosphere, Der Biergarten fits the bill!

What is a good beer or brew for cold weather?

Question: What is a good brew for cold weather?
It is the middle of wintertime. What is a brew lover to do? Personally, I do not pay that much attention to the climate when I am picking out brew, at least not consciously. I possibly pick different beers one a red-hot pleasant era than I would on a freezing, rainy day but I do not do so with a mean. Even so, I know that there are some beers than give themselves more easily to cold weather than others.
Answer: Go dark. My first thoughts are of dark beers: porters or doppelbock’s, the really dark ones. Their spice tends to be big and chewy and requires that you slow down and savor them. After all, when a freezing breath is hammering around outside, who wants to be gulping down cold ones? No, when you are sitting at the fireplace with a covering around your shoulders and drinking a great dark beer. Slow down with and sip contemplatively while you stare and the flames and consider your own mortality.
Besides being sipping beers, the large-scale, darks forms tend to preference good whether the outside temperature is freezing or warm. You can get a glass of the sudsy concoction and have it in a snifter in your hand and warm up and it is just as delicious as it was when you grabbed it out of the refrigerator. Lighter beers, extremely Pilsner and wan lagers, are approximately unpalatable when they get up to room temperature so they are best shunned when you are trying to stay warm. Go local if you can as it’s usually fresher. After all you sitting at home and staring at the flame regardless, maybe you met someone nice at the brewery to drink with you. If not at home with the fire and if the roads are not too bad, why not sound over to your regional brewpub? It “doesn’t really” matter what they are serving, the comradely of a very warm table on a freezing era is enough to thaw the iciest of moods. Go boozy, The extreme brew fluctuation has brought a whole emcee of high-alcohol beers to our brew collect shelves. Besides being delectable sippers, these beers carry that added benefit of the warming detect of booze. There is nothing cozier than spending an hour or so sipping a rich, flavorful extreme brew and searching its spices as it warms and changes character in your hand. So maybe you simply don’t want a brew. It’s cold and brew is a freezing drinking and good-for-nothing I say can reassure you to think otherwise. Fine, but remember, the warm climate is just two or three months away so why not take advantage of the cold weather down time to put back some homebrew? The red-hot steam from the brew pot and the smell of malted and hops will surely defrost your frozen beer-lovin’ person.

Or go to a festival, Believe it or not but breweries and organizers are containing brew fairs in this ridiculous climate. Having attended a couple , great beers happen at these festival. I can report that they are really enjoyable. Sure, it is cold as heck but good brew is spurting and there is usually some kind of heat source for everyone to gather around. There’s no better way to get close with your fellow brew lovers.
Cheers…