Celebrate 15 years of beers at Last Name Brewing’s Brews and Bros Craft Beer Festival on Saturday


The Brews & Bros Craft Beer Festival — Last Name Brewing’s 15th anniversary — is set for 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday (January 24) rain or shine at Upland’s Cable Airport, 1749 W. 13th St.

Advance tickets to the family-friendly event, available online now, are $50 for general admission, which includes unlimited pours and a keepsake glass. VIP tickets are $65 and also include a rare beer hour from noon-1 p.m. and preferred parking.

Tickets for designated drivers and underage attendees are $10. Kids younger than 12 are admitted free.

Online ticket sales end at 10 p.m. tonight (January 19). Click here to purchase tickets online. Ticket prices will increase at the door.

Participating local breweries include Alosta Brewing Co., Arrow Lodge Brewing, Bottle Logic Brewing, Barley Forge Brewing Co., Bootlegger’s BreweryBrewcaipa Brewing Co., Brew Rebellion, Chino Valley Brewery, Claremont Craft Ales, Dragon’s Tale Brewery, Escape Craft Brewery, Garage Brewing Co., Hamilton Family Brewery, Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, Innovation Brew Works, Kings Brewing Co., La Verne Brewing Co., No Clue Craft Brewery, Old Stump Brewing Co., Packinghouse Brewing CompanyRescue Brewing Co., Ritual Brewing Co., Rowdy’s Brew Co., Rök House Brewing Company, Sanctum Brewing Co., Strum Brewing Co. and Wicks Brewing Co.

In addition, Claremont’s Ironbark Ciderworks — and Tin City — will be pouring apple cider, while Rancho Cucamonga’s Joseph Filippi Winery — and Rev Winery — will be providing wine.

Craft soda will be available from Last Name Brewing.

Food will be available from the Bacon Nation Truck, The Big Easy Sandwich, Cousins Maine Lobster, Juju’s Famous Ceviche, The Meat Cellar, Pappas Artisanal, the Waffle-Oh Truck and Wood Stone Pizza.

Proceeds will benefit the Claremont Educational Foundation, and — full disclosure — the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin is one of its sponsors.

Click here for more information.