Tickets are available now for the Inland Empire edition of Taste of Brews.
After two years at Riverside’s downtown White Park, the festival has moved to Eastvale’s Crossroads Riverview Park, home of the Koroneburg Old World Renaissance Festival and California’s only permanent Renaissance village.
The event will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19, with general admission beginning at 1 p.m.
So far, 29 breweries (and cideries) from both in and out of the Inland Empire are scheduled to participate.
Here’s who’s signed on:
- Ace Premium Hard Ciders
- Anderson Valley Brewing Company
- BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse
- Black Market Brewing Co. (Temecula)
- Bootlegger’s Brewery
- Brew Rebellion (Yucaipa)
- Drake’s Brewing
- Fireman’s Brew
- Firestone Walker Brewing Company
- Goose Island Beer Company
- Heroes Restaurant and Brewery (Riverside)
- I & I Brewing (Chino)
- Inland Empire Brewing Company (Riverside)
- Karl Strauss Brewing Company
- Kat Daddy Brewery (Moreno Valley)
- Lagunitas Brewing Company
- North Coast Brewing Co.
- Manzanita Brewing Co.
- Packinghouse Brewing Company (Riverside)
- Refuge Brewery (Temecula)
- Samuel Adams
- Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
- Sons of Liberty Aleworks (Norco)
- Stone Brewing Co.
- Tap It Brewing Co.
- Thompson Brewing Co. (Riverside)
- Wicks Brewing Co. (Riverside)
- Wiens Brewing Co. (Temecula)
- Woodchuck Hard Cider
Tickets are currently $30 (plus $2.64 service fee) for general admission (entrance at 1 p.m.) and $40 (plus $3.19 service fee) for early admission (entrance at noon). (Although you might be able to score some discounts on tickets if you know where to look.)
Group tickets are also available for groups of six or more. Group tickets are $25.50 (plus $2.39 service fee) for general admission and $34 (plus $2.86 service fee) for early admission.
A portion of proceeds will go to the Loyal Order of Re-enactment Enthusiasts.
Tickets are available here.
Crossroads Riverview Park is at 14600 Baron Dr.