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  • Capitol Beer and Tap Room takes a stand on corporate beers

    Ken Hotchkiss of Capitol Beer and Tap Room discusses his decision to stop carrying beer from breweries that have been sold to conglomerates. He also talks about the competition on the midtown grid, his new location and how this is the golden age of craft beer.

Ken Hotchkiss of Capitol Beer and Tap Room discusses his decision to stop carrying beer from breweries that have been sold to conglomerates. He also talks about the competition on the midtown grid, his new location and how this is the golden age of craft beer. Blair Anthony Robertson brobertson@sacbee.com
Ken Hotchkiss of Capitol Beer and Tap Room discusses his decision to stop carrying beer from breweries that have been sold to conglomerates. He also talks about the competition on the midtown grid, his new location and how this is the golden age of craft beer. Blair Anthony Robertson brobertson@sacbee.com
Beer Run

Beer Run

Blair Anthony Robertson keeps up with what's brewing in craft beers

Why this top craft brew destination finally said enough with corporate beers

November 18, 2016 6:00 AM

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Blair Anthony Robertson is a food writer for The Sacramento Bee. He also pens the "Beer Run" column. In addition to visiting the area's restaurants and breweries, he enjoys riding his road bike, playing golf and hiking with his dogs. Reach him at brobertson@sacbee.com or 916-321-1099. Twitter: @Blarob.