Six-pack of options for Beer Week's final weekend


March 8
: Hop lovers, look no further. Capitol Beer & Tap Room will have a heap of India Pale Ales on tap all day long. Get your fill of IPA, DIPA, TIPA, BIPA, WIPA, and any other IPA variant you could possibly imagine. If it’s hoppy, it’s here. Capitol Beer & Tap Room. 2222 Fair Oaks Blvd. 922-1745.

Sour Power
March 8
: Pucker up for Boneshaker’s sour beer spectacular. Choose from a selection of 10 sours, including Anderson Valley, Crazy Mountain, Drake’s special releases, New Belgium, RR Temptation, Tahoe Mountain and even Boneshaker’s own house brew. Boneshaker Public House. 2168 Sunset Blvd. #104. Rocklin. 259-2337.

Free Bike Tune-up with New Belgium Brewing
March 8:
From 1-4pm, quaff some some cool New Belgium brew with your hot brats while Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen gives you a free bike tune-up. Live music by ZuhG. Proceeds benefit the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen. Lowbrau. 1050 20th St. 706-2636.

Beer Poetry Night
March 8: Ever written a sonnet for your favorite stout? A lager-centric limerick? Join Sacramento Poetry Center at New Helvetia Brewing Co. for a beer-themed poetry reading where all bards of brew are welcome to share their work. 8-10 p.m. New Helvetia Brewing Company. 1730 Broadway. 469-9889.

Pints for Paws
March 9: 
It's a dog day afternoon at Bike Dog Brewery, where $1 from every pint sold will be donated to Sacramento Independent Animal Rescuers, a nonprofit whose purpose is to aid stray, abandoned, and neglected animals. Noon-4 p.m. Bike Dog Brewery. 2534 Industrial Blvd. St. 110. West Sacramento.  

Capitol Beer Fest
March 9: C
elebrate the final day of Sacramento Beer Week with over 100 craft breweries, serving over 300 different craft beers, including every brewery in the Sacramento area. Also, look out for food trucks galore, live music and bike valets. 1-5 p.m. Capitol Mall.