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2534 Industrial Blvd Suite 110
West Sacramento, CA 95691


Saturday, October 6 12–6pm
Thursday: 4–9pm
Friday: 4–9pm
Saturday: 12–9pm
Sunday 12–6pm

Kid & Dog Friendly

Corn hole and card games available.

    Milk Stout

    4.6% ABV

    Beer as comfort food, with decadent and nuanced coffee and chocolate flavors giving way to a pleasantly hoppy bitterness and a creamy finish.

    Bici Perro

    4.8% ABV

    Pale straw color with a very light body, it has some corn and lime notes, but is relatively clean in both aroma and pallet.

    Ride Bikes Cream Ale

    4.9% ABV

    A simple cream ale, with notes of biscuit and honey. A slight tart grapefruit undertone permeates throughout the beer.

    Mosaic Pale Ale

    5.5% ABV

    A straw-colored glass of hop candy, with tropical fruit on the nose and crackers and papaya on the tongue.

    Prosperite Saison

    6.5% ABV

    A highly quaff-able crisp saison with lots of Belgian yeast character including white pepper and clove as well as a refreshing lemon flavor that lingers.

    Vox Noctis

    6.8% ABV

    This dark lager pours a robust sienna with a frothy white head. Sweet caramel and hints of cherry wood tickle the nose. A sip brings forth notes of toasted biscuit and cracker amongst a backdrop of caramel and fruity cherry. This beer finishes with a balanced mixture of bitter and sweet. Coming in at 6.8% abv this is a great beer to chase away the chill from the rainy weather.

    Ruff House IPA

    7.0% ABV

    Hugely hop-forward beers have always been our biggest inspiration, and Auburn Alehouse has been cranking out some of our favorites since they opened in 2007. They may make a Gold Digger, but owners Brian and Lisa Ford are no trifflin' friends indeed. They were even gracious enough to come way over town to collaborate on this classic West Coast IPA, a beer that is all pine and bitter citrus.

    Short and (Boysenberry) Stout

    7.0% ABV

    We brewed this variation of our seasonal stout with boysenberry, resulting in a beer that starts with bright fruit flavors and melts into chocolate on the dry finish. Poured on nitro.

    Fog City NE-Style IPA

    7.3% ABV

    IPA paradise lies in the taste buds of the beholder. Some people dream about clouds and haze, others long for the clean and clear. We brewed this Hawaiian farmers' market of an IPA, a hoppy beer bursting with flavors of juicy mango, peach, papaya, pineapple, and even coconut.

    Make It Easy IPA

    7.7% ABV

    This beer was modeled after our Mosaic Pale, but with a twist on the hops and scaled up to a (large) IPA. Heavy mango and hints of lime and citrus hit you on the first taste. Passion fruit with a jammy berry flavor finish off this well balanced IPA.

    Bitter and Broke Double IPA

    8.2% ABV

    Brewed with our bike building friends to celebrate the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Bitter and Broke honors the long hours necessary to perfect your craft. Featuring Eukanot and Falconers Flight hops, this double IPA offers up pineapple resin and citrus flavors with an assertive bitterness that may linger even after you finish that bike frame you are working on.

    Haze Riot Double IPA

    8.8% ABV

    This double hazy is soft as feather and juicy as a smoothie. The flavor is of over ripe pineapple and cantaloupe. It finishes full mouthed with little bitterness and a slight sweetness.
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Bike Dog Brewery

2534 Industrial Blvd, Suite 110
West Sacramento, CA 95691

Biking Directions

Exit onto Jefferson Blvd heading south
Turn right on Lake Washington, which becomes Industrial Blvd
Pass Lowe’s and head over the deep water channel bridge
Our parking lot is on the right, just past Terminal St and the flooring store

Exit onto Harbor Blvd heading south
Turn left on Industrial Blvd
Bike Dog is on the left, right before the flooring store
If you hit Terminal St, you’ve gone too far