- Beer Me, The Dollar Wise Gourmet, July 2014, Sacramento Magazine
- The Shack serves a selection of local brews, November 2013, The State Hornet
- East Sac Shack imparts tasty finish on Beer Week, March 2012, News 10
- 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, March 2011, Sacramento Magazine
- Fear the beer: Why you can’t buy single specialty beers in Sacramento’s central city, November 2013, Sacramento News & Review
- Best Microbreweries And Pubs In Sacramento, November 2010, CBS Sacramento
- Belgian for Beginners, November 2010, Sacramento Magazine
- Doc’s Place: Sacramento’s first ‘drive in’ restaurant, September 2010, Valley Community News
- Shack Attack, 2009, Sacramento News & Review
- The Shack, April 2009, Pacific Brew News
You are part of Sacramento history. This restaurant has been serving East Sac since 1931. Originally Doc’s Place “The Root Beer King” where you could get a Hot Dog for a nickel it was home to one of the first Drive-In’s and then to the first Drive Through.
There have been many claims to fame for our tiny oasis. The Governor of California “Sunny Jim” Rolph was said to have had his first beer after prohibition in our beer garden, which is now the kitchen. When Highway 50 (Folsom Blvd.) was one of the main roads leading to Sacramento Doc could sell up to 30 Barrels of beer in a day.
The Shack is still your source for great beer. We have over 100 beers in bottles and on draft. Sacramento Magazine voted us “the best place to drink a Belgian Ale.”
We try to carry on the tradition of Hospitality, Good Food and of course the Best Beer in the world.
Cheers, Gary and Jen
Pick up a Shack T shirt next time you visit.