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Hoppy Brewing moving into midtown after 19 years in East Sacramento

Hoppy Brewing co-owner Troy Paski closed his East Sacramento establishment at the end of February. The restaurant is moving to a new location in Old Sacramento, while the brewery will be set up at a larger, separate facility on 24th Street.
Hoppy Brewing co-owner Troy Paski closed his East Sacramento establishment at the end of February. The restaurant is moving to a new location in Old Sacramento, while the brewery will be set up at a larger, separate facility on 24th Street. Special to The Bee

After nearly two decades at its current location, Hoppy Brewing plans to close up shop at the end of the month in preparation for a move and expansion into midtown Sacramento.

Hoppy’s final day at 6300 Folsom Blvd. will be Feb. 26, the brewery wrote in an email to customers later posted to its social media accounts.

A new restaurant and taproom will open somewhere in midtown in early April, with a brewery and taproom to come less than 10 minutes from the current site at an undetermined date.

“Due to unresolvable differences with our landlord, we have unfortunately not been able to come to a mutually beneficial lease agreement,” the email said. “The move has been painfully long overdue, and it is time for us to bite the bullet and finally make it happen.”

Hoppy founder Troy Paski started selling his beer in the San Jose area in 1994 before moving to the foothills in 1997 and into the current location two years later, according to the brewery’s website. Products are sold in grocery stores around Folsom, Auburn and Grass Valley.

Benjy Egel: 916-321-1052, @BenjyEgel

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