Dog-friendly Breweries and Taprooms

Dog-friendly Breweries and Taprooms

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Raise a Toast to Oaktown Beer and Wine

Jagger on the Ale Trail at Drake
Jagger on the Ale Trail at Drake's Dealership - Photo: @jaggerdwagger

Local flavor is what Oakland is all about, and the city’s urban wineries and craft breweries, many housed in renovated warehouse spaces, warmly welcome patrons with well behaved canine companions. Organize your tasting day by plotting an itinerary on the Oakland Urban Wine Trail, encompassing nine tasting rooms; or the Oakland Ale Trail, spotlighting 12 craft breweries, many within walking distance of each other. more »

Tri-Valley: Eat, Drink & Chill After the Hike

Big White House Winery <br/> Photo Credit: @jessmoseley
Big White House Winery
Photo Credit: @jessmoseley

If you plan to put on your hiking shoes and head out to enjoy the East Bay Regional Parks mentioned in this issue, we have just the place to refresh, relax and renew after the hike – the Tri-Valley region of California! Just a little over 30 miles from San Francisco on the sunny side of the bay, this area encompasses three valleys and four cities where dog-friendly hotels, restaurants, wineries and craft breweries and tap rooms abound. more »

Tap into California's Newest Beer Trail

Tap into California

Northern California’s Tri-Valley once supplied hops—a primary ingredient in beer—to brewers around the world. Those roots are reflected in an emerging craft-beer scene drawing visitors and their four-legged companions. Located just 45 minutes east of the Golden Gate Bridge, the region is made up of the charming towns of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville. more »

Beer or Wine, Rain or Shine

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Jagger D'Wagger exploring Danville. Photo Credit: @catlovesjaggerdwagger

Northern California’s love affair with craft beer and local wines just keeps getting stronger, with new breweries and wineries springing up all over Oakland and the Tri-Valley region. more »

Stake a Claim in Sacramento

Dog running free
Photo Credit: Eileen McFall (CC)
If you’re one for “spoke and wheel” getaways, the centrally located state capital makes a great hub for day trips throughout the region. Of course, you and Sparky might find so much to do that you won’t even want to leave town. more »

Tri-Valley: The Sunny Side of the Bay

Dogs enjoying the vineyard
Photo Credit: Elsa Day
The sprawling San Francisco Bay Area, home to more than 7 million people, contains a surprising amount of green space, much of it concentrated in the rolling hills of the East Bay’s Tri-Valley region.  Dog-friendly hotels, restaurants and wineries abound, and if you’re looking for places to stretch your legs, the East Bay Regional Park District manages tens of thousands of acres where you can do just that. more »

Sacramento's Dog-friendly Craft Breweries

Dog drinking water
(CC) Sephiroty
To say the craft-brewery scene has exploded in Sacramento is an understatement: the California capital just might lead the nation in number of craft breweries per capita, with 14 and counting establishments brewing their own beer within the city limits and more than two dozen others making suds elsewhere in Sacramento County. more »

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