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Sacramento’s newest brewery is open, and it’s in the heart of midtown

How many beers does it take before you reach the legal driving limit?

The California DMV says that having 0.08% Breath Alcohol Content or more means you can't drive. A few journalists from The Sacramento Bee sip on some IPAs to test how many beers it takes to reach the limit.
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The California DMV says that having 0.08% Breath Alcohol Content or more means you can't drive. A few journalists from The Sacramento Bee sip on some IPAs to test how many beers it takes to reach the limit.

Sacramento’s newest brewery, At Ease, opened Wednesday in the heart of midtown, according to an Instagram post. The brewery, at 1825 I Street, has a military theme befitting its founder, retired Army Col. Mike Conrad.

The beer garden features a large ammunition box; the logo look similar to an old-school Army logo; and the beers, of course, are full of military references.

The five taps include a porter, saison, lemon-coriander wheat beer, West Coast IPA and a pale ale. It opened at 2 p.m. Wednesday and will be open every day through Sunday this week.

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