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Guest Post: Sutter Buttes Brewing in Yuba City, California

Submitted by on May 30, 2011 – 10:28 amNo Comment

By Carmel L. Mooney

Road Trips for Beer photo by Carmel L. MooneyThere’s a great little place in Yuba City, California, near the foot of the smallest inland mountain range in the world: Sutter Buttes Brewing.

This tiny eatery, microbrewery, and taproom with just a few tables but a lot of great craft beer and good eats, is a local favorite.

Locals and visitors alike flock in to nosh on tacos, sandwiches, salads, burgers, wraps and paninis that complement several excellent brews.

Sutter Buttes Brewing is known for its Stout, Kolsch, Beale’s Best, Sutter Wheat and Annie Brown Extra Pale, among others – all hand crafted and served right from the tanks.

Road Trips for Beer photo by Carmel L. MooneyHappy hour is a truly happy deal with pints only $3.50 from 5-7 p.m. nightly. With menu items ranging from $2.50 to $7.50, eating there won’t break the bank either.

It may be really small, but it’s certainly big on taste, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service. Located right off quaint and historic Plumas Street, it’s the perfect location to start a stroll of downtown Yuba City after enjoying a cold one.

Carmel L. Mooney is editor of our sister site www.roadtripsforcouples.com

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