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Track 7 is Hiring!

Posted on: November 11th, 2014 by Becca Scott

Track 7 is now hiring an enthusiastic and energetic person to be our

TAP ROOM MANAGER for Track 7 North and South locations (Natomas & Curtis Park locations). Requirements include but are not limited to the following:

-Restaurant or bar management experience required

-Solid customer service skills eam player

-MUST be able to work nights, weekends and holidays

-Ability to make difficult decisions that solve problems in an appropriate manner

-Be familiar with ABC policies

Salary to be determined upon qualification with PTO and health benefits

Passion for craft beer, especially Track 7!

We are also looking for an Office Assistant to help out during the day. This will be a full time position housed at the Natomas facility. We would like to hire a well-organized individual who takes initiative. Pay will be determined upon qualification. PTO and health benefits soon after hire.

We are in need of 2 TAP ROOM SERVERS immediately to work our existing tap room, and more in about a month to help at the new facility in Natomas. Do you have experience working in a bar? Are you a social individual who loves talking beer? Is washing dishes your idea of a fun Friday night? Then you may be the person we’re looking for! If you don’t get a call immediately, please don’t fret. We will be hiring more tap room servers just after the new year when Track 7 North facility is ready to open.

Hey all you home brewers looking to break in to the brewing industry—we are in need of a Production Assistant to help the brewers and cellarmen. Are you excited to mill grain & wash kegs?? Would you love to CIP the brew house & help keg some delicious brew? This may be the job for you!

If you are interested in ANY of the above mentioned jobs, please stop by the existing tap room located at 3747 W. Pacific Ave. #F Sacramento, CA 95820 and pick up an application. Submit your completed application and resume back at the Curtis Park tap room by Sunday, November 23rd. If you are not able to make it to the tap room, the application can be found at

http://download.paychex.com/pas_pbs/formfiles/151508.pdf

Email the application, cover letter & resume to jgraham@track7brewing.com

Please indicate in the subject line which position you are interested in.

Cheers!

Track 7 Groundbreaking Ceremony at Natomas Facility

Posted on: November 5th, 2014 by Becca Scott

Come join us for our groundbreaking celebration this Thursday (11/6) at 2 pm at our new Track 7 facility in Natomas: 826 Professor Lane, Suite 100, Sacramento 95834. Check out the location and building and hear about the construction plans and timeline. We are excited about being part of the Natomas community!

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2015 Growler Club Sign-Ups

Posted on: October 8th, 2014 by Becca Scott

Sign-ups for the 2015 Growler Club start Wednesday, October 8! As part of the Track 7 Growler Club, you pay a one-time fee of $499 plus tax and receive your own personalized stainless steel growler to fill at no extra expense 2 days a week. Also includes an invite to our annual customer appreciation party. The growler club is a great way to drink good beer and save money doing it. As with prior years, we are only offering a limited number of Growler Club memberships, but unlike years past, we are not adding any additional memberships to the program. We only have 30 spaces available this year. Below are all the details. Sign-up at the taproom soon.

  • Growlers can be filled in Curtis Park or Natomas locations.
  • Growlers can be filled any day that Track 7 Brewing Co. is open and during the regularly posted hours unless Track 7 Brewing establishes restrictions during special event.
  • Growlers can be filled with regular releases – Bee Line Blonde, Hoppy Palm Pale, Daylight Amber, Panic IPA, Left Eye Right Eye Double IPA and Soulman Stout – or with other special release beers designated and solely at the discretion of Track 7 Brewing Company.
  • Growlers cannot be filled with barrel-aged, non-traditionally fermented or blended beer.
  • Growlers can only be filled using the stainless steel growler issued to member.  No other outside growlers, Track 7 glass growlers or combination of growlettes can be substituted for the stainless steel growler.
  • Growlers can only be filled by member or his/her alternate listed on this form.
  • Growler club memberships cannot be re-sold or transferred to any other individual.
  • Growlers lost, damaged or destroyed are the sole responsibility of the growler club member.
  • Growler club membership begins January 1, 2015 and ends December 31, 2015.

Tracktoberfest 2014 – Saturday, Sept 13

Posted on: September 10th, 2014 by Becca Scott

TRACKTOBERFEST is HERE! This Saturday, Sept 13, from 12-9 come kick off your Oktoberfest celebrations at Track 7. New beers will be released for this special occasion: Fresh-Hopped Hoppy Palm, Fresh-Hopped Belgo-Style Hoppy Palm, Tracktoberfest (Marzen-Style Ale) and an Altbier. Yodeling, beer chugging, stein holding, and log sawing will all be taking place under a big tent at Track 7 from 12-9. LowBrau will be out with German eats from 1-7. DJs James & Raina of Souls & Sounds Productions will be out spinning some good polka music, and the famous Dave Chelini will join us in the evening with his accordion. There is NO admission fee, and all ages are welcome.

Track 7′s Expanding

Posted on: July 8th, 2014 by Becca Scott

Track 7 is expanding! We have leased a property in Natomas that will serve as our core manufacturing, packaging and distribution facility. Our current Curtis Park facility will continue operating in a new capacity. Our production system will be repurposed for pilot batching and sour beer production. This will allow us to take more risks and start pushing our creative boundaries. For more info, check out the official 
press release.

Thanks to everyone that has been patient with us and our capacity ups and downs. More Track 7 beer is coming very soon. The project is already well underway and construction is just around the corner.

2014 Track 7 Pint Club

Posted on: January 3rd, 2014 by Becca Scott

Drink beer with a purpose in 2014! Become a member of the 2014 Track 7 Pint Club for just $40. Drink your way from Class III to Class I and get lots of cool perks along the way. Here’s all the details. Stop by our taproom for more info.

Class III ($40 to join)
• One bottle of seasonal release beer each quarter
• Can purchase premium growler fills until end of kegs

Class II (after 50 pints purchased)
• All Class III benefits
• ½ off keg/tap deposits
• 10% off merchandise
• Imperial Pint Club Glass w/ heavy pour

Class I (after 150 pints purchased)
• All Class II benefits
• 15% off merchandise
• Able to purchase special release kegs
• No keg /tap deposits
• Annual Class I appreciation party
• First 3 Class I brew w/brewer (develop recipe w/brewer)
• $40 credit toward next year’s pint club renewal

***Starts day of purchase through end of 2014***
***Pints limited to those for member only***

Second Anniversary Party – New Year’s Eve

Posted on: December 22nd, 2013 by Becca Scott
New Year’s Eve marks the end of Track 7′s second year in business, and we are having a big ole second anniversary party!  We will be open from 2-9 pm. Stop by for a pint before you head out for the night. We will be releasing our 2nd Anniversary Belgian-Style Imperial Stout brewed with TCHO Cacao Nibs as well as other special releases throughout the day, including the Trein Wrak Belgian-Style IPA.
Here’s the schedule for the day:
Open from 2-9 pm and Krush Burger will be out from 2-8.
2 pm – Second Anniversary Imperial Belgian-Style Stout brewed with TCHO Cacao Nibs release
& Trein Wrak Belgian-Style IPA release
4 pm – Firkin of the Second Anniversary Imperial Belgian-Style Stout aged on bourbon soaked oak chips
6 pm – Time to tap our final keg of the Twisted Belgian Blonde Ale aged in Chardonnay barrels from Revolution Wines
7 pm – 2014 Growler Club Announcement and Photo
7:30 pm – Cupcakes from Freeport Bakery and caramels by Deb Ray with Rebel Confectionary & Jams made with Second Anniversary Imperial Belgian-Style Stout
8 pm – Delta King Saison secondary fermented on Brett

Share a memory from 2013 with Track 7 and bring an item smaller than a 22 oz bottle of beer to put in the 2013 Track 7 time capsule. We thought it would be a fun way to remember 2013 and it will be cool to look at 10 years from now.
Krush Burger will be out from 2-8 to make sure you are fed, happy and keep you cheersing into the New Year.
****If you have any photos you took at Track 7 that you would like to share and possibly have displayed at the New Year’s Eve party. Email them on over.****
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2014 Growler Club

Posted on: November 7th, 2013 by Becca Scott
Sign-ups for the 2014 Growler Club start Saturday, November 9! Have you wondered about the fancy stainless steel growlers that you see people bring into the brewery? Now’s your chance to be part of the prestigious growler club. As part of the growler club, you pay a one-time fee and receive your own personalized growler to fill at no extra expense a certain number of days a week. The growler club is a great way to drink good beer and save money doing it. It is similar to last year, but we did make a few modifications to make it better for 2014. Below are all the details. Sign-up soon. There are limited spaces!
There are now 2 buy in levels for Growler Club-each level had a limited amount of spaces.
     *$399 – this level allows one member to fill the growler 2 days a week/once per day for the entire year.
     *$799 – this level allows up to three members to fill the growler 5 days a week/once per day for the entire year.
                  – We are allowing 2 payments to be made for this more expensive option — half when you sign up, and the rest due by November 30th, 2013.
                  – We are offering the opportunity to purchase more stainless steel growlers for the 2 additional members at $40 each.
Both levels are offered the opportunity to get growler fills of any beer Track 7 has on tap until the end of kegs except barrel aged beers.
Both levels are given the chance to purchase a growler fill of any barrel aged beer Track 7 releases, which is not an option for the general public.  And, with Track 7′s barrel program expanding, this is a great opportunity!
Both levels will be able to purchase special release bottles of beer before the general public.
Both levels will be invited to quarterly events an appreciation party at the end of the year.
Growlers will be handed out at our 2nd anniversary party on December 31st.

Track or Treat 2013

Posted on: October 24th, 2013 by Becca Scott
Halloween is hiding right around the corner, and we have a few activities going on at Track 7 to celebrate one of our favorite holidays. On Wednesday, 10/30, we will have a pumpkin carving contest from 5-7 pm. Everyone is welcome to participate. Children should have adult supervision. Please bring your own pumpkin and safety carving kits. There will be a special Track 7 prize and judging will be done on Halloween. Mama Kim’s food truck will be out from 6-8 pm.
On Halloween, Thursday, 10/31, we will have candy for kids who stop by in costumes and any adults in costume will receive $1 off firkin pints. Our special firkin is the Buzzin Firkin with Bee Line Blonde and Chocolate Fish Coffee. Just what you need to get you through all the trick or treating of the night. Wicked Wich will also be out serving their crazy wiches. Come stop by for a pint, a wich and judge the pumpkin carving contest before you go out for the night.
Hope to see you at Track or Treat.

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Tracktoberfest 2013

Posted on: September 24th, 2013 by Becca Scott

Tracktoberfest is coming up next weekend, Saturday, October 5, and it is time to get in the spirit of Oktoberfest. The big beer celebration takes place in Munich, Bavaria and Germany the last 2 weeks of September to the first weekend in October. Whether it’s the beer or the infectious polka music, the cheer for beer has spread all over the globe and everyone celebrates Oktoberfest now.

But it didn’t all begin about the beer. In the early 1800s, a royal wedding took place and the general public was invited to attend the celebration. It was a rare occurrence to mix royalty with peasantry and the memorable celebration became an annual affair. With the masses came the beer. The traditional Oktoberfest beer in Munich contained only about 4.5% alcohol and was dark copper in color with a mild hop profile. Over time, variations have been made, but an Oktoberfest beer is traditionally labeled as a Märzenbier in style. For the Munich celebration, only a small list of approved breweries within Munich are allowed to serve their beer at the festival. Around 30% of the annual production of Munich’s breweries is consumed during these two weeks. That’s a lot of beer.

Oktoberfest beer is meant to be enjoyed in large swallows from a big stein, so for our celebration beers we are watching our ABVs. We will be showcasing our range, and we are actually going to brew a low ABV beer. Our signature beer is Tracktoberfest 5.3% ABV, which is a Märzen, and Siebenweizen, a Hefeweizen 4.7% ABV, will also be served. You will have to come by and try because the low ABVs might only happen once a year.

In addition to the beer, we have festivities planned from 12-9 pm including German music, delicious food and outrageous contests. Chef Adam Pechal with Tuli’s Bistro will be serving up Oktoberfest eats with a gourmet twist. Souls & Sounds Productions will be spinning some old authentic German records for our amusement from 12-3. At 3 pm, we will have our Log Sawing competition. Grab a partner and see how fast you can saw through a big ole log. At 4 pm, it’s time for the Stein Chug-A-Lug. Your beer chugging skills will be put to the test. At 5 pm, it’s time to find out how heavy a stein of beer can be. We will see who can hold a stein brimmed with beer the longest. At 6 pm, it’s time to let your gift of yodeling rip. And at 7 pm, Mr. Dave Chelini will be back to serenade us with his accordion. It’s just not Oktoberfest without hearing the accordion.

Whether you want to participate in the competitions or just watch, there will be much fun to be had at Tracktoberfest. Bring your friends, family, kids, dogs, your uncle Joe, wear your lederhosen and come on out to celebrate Oktoberfest with Track 7 on October 5.