History of the California Brewers Festival

2017 marks the 23rd anniversary for the California Brewers Festival in beautiful Sacramento, CA. Hosted by the Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento, and the Point West Rotary Club Foundation, the festival has raised nearly $1 million dollars for local charities since its inception. The California Brewers Festival has grown to be the premier event for the beer enthusiast in Northern California. Recognized as the first of its kind in craft beer festivals, the event unites thousands of craft beer and food lovers for an unforgettable experience.
 

Screen-Shot-2016-08-03-at-10.31.17-AMPoint West Rotary Club 

Rotary of Point West Sacramento was founded in 1985 by 30 and 40-somethings who believed having fun should be central to their community service. That spirit continues today in a club of nearly 150 active members whose unofficial credo – and reputation – is, “never dull.” Rotary Club of Point West – Sacramento is the second largest club in Rotary International’s District 5180.

Point West Rotary Club Foundation

In 1998, the club created a Foundation to help those in need in our community, as an enduring legacy to past, present, and future Point West Rotarians and the community we serve. The Point West Rotary Club Foundation is the fiscal agent for the California Brewers Festival. Learn about our foundation here.

Screen-Shot-2016-08-03-at-10.33.06-AMBenefiting WEAVE

For 2017 we chose WEAVE, Inc as our charity partner. WEAVE is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County. Through a multidisciplinary effort WEAVE also provides 24/7 response, outreach and services for victims of sex trafficking. WEAVE’s vision is a community free of violence and abuse. Learn more here.