The Atascadero community not only was enjoying some sun on Saturday but people were able to partake in a craft beer celebration.
The Central Coast Brewers Guild hosted the fifth annual Central Coast Craft Beer Fest from noon to 4 p.m. at the Sunken Gardens.
Participants were able to enjoy samples from over 55 independently owned craft breweries, wineries, seltzers, kombucha and cideries from all over California.
"Well, I mean, obviously the beer, that's number one for me. It's a big party. It's a great opportunity to just gather up all these breweries and brewers together in one setting and kind of rekindle, you know, the relationships," Tony Grimes and Jack Dyer, Central Coast Brewers Guild's president and vice president told KSBY at the event. "Yeah, there's a lot of camaraderie within the brewery scene here on the Central Coast
There was also live entertainment, food trucks, and a variety of street faire vendors and lawn games.