Passionate about local goods? Come out to What’s Brewin! Midtown Sacramento! this Friday to indulge in all your coffee, beer, and live music needs.
Pachamama Coffee Cooperative, a 100% farmer-owned cooperative, will be hosting the event that celebrates what’s brewin’ in Sacramento by highlighting local food, drink, and music fare. Held at the cooperative’s Midtown Roastery on 20th and J, brews will include coffee by Pachamama and beer by Ruhstaller, paired with gourmet sandwiches by Cali Love food truck and, to bring it all together, music by local bands White Elephant and The Golden Cadillacs.
What’s Brewin! is designed to showcase Sacramento’s locally made items, such as Pachamama’s coffee beans roasted in Midtown and Ruhstaller’s beer created from hops and barley grown at the company’s hop farm in Dixon and by other local farmers.
All donation proceeds will benefit Pachamama’s coffee farmers and their families, who also receive 100% of the cooperative’s profits. Pachamama Cooperative is owned by coffee farmers from Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, Ethiopia, and Nicaragua. In addition to the cooperative’s roastery and store on 20th , Pachamama has coffee shop locations in East Sacramento and Davis.
Come out and explore some of Sacramento’s finest local businesses while benefiting coffee farmers in other parts of the world.
The event will take place Friday, Feb. 19th from 6:30-10 p.m. at Pachamama Coffee Cooperative, 919 20th Street. Admission is donation based. Order tickets via Eventbrite and optional-RSVP on the event’s Facebook page.