It’s Sunday morning and I’m feeling fine, surprising as that may be. It’s time to get up, get ready and jump in the car to check out as many breweries as possible before it’s time to jump on a plane and head back to Boise!
TRACK 7 BREWING
This is another brewery that has seen explosive growth recently, having just relocated to a new facility that looks to rival Knee Deep in sheer size. It is enormous, and I’m talking on a scale of 1.5 to 2 aircraft hangers humongous. On our way into the brewery, being that this is California, we made the required stop at In-N-Out burger to grab some lunch before rolling into Track 7 and starting the day. At the time that I was here, they were still waiting for quite a bit of brewing equipment so the space seemed especially vast, and empty. The people however, both staff and patrons, were chatty and very friendly. After spending 15 minutes at the bar tasting all of their offerings and chatting about beer in California & Idaho I settled on their Panic IPA which paired exceptionally well with an “animal style” In-N-Out burger & fries. After lunch and some quiet reflection time I was presented with Track7’s Left Eye Right Eye Double IPA which is also outstanding. Hoping that I’d make it home with at least a few souvenirs I grabbed a Track 7 tulip glass as we headed out to make our way to over to Yolo Brewing. Hopefully the fine folks at Track7 will start getting some of their beers up North and into Idaho in the near future.