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In addition to the beer festival, the event will kick off with a military parade from noon to 12:30 p.m., and will also feature a military vehicle display, non-profit organizations, and military-related vendor exhibits.
There will also be a living history museum folks can interview and interact with Silver Star and Purple Heart recipients, a Pearl Harbor Survivor and an Iwo Jima Veteran.
Oh, and there will be unlimited beer tastings from 40 breweries, with the vast majority of those hailing from the Inland Empire. Five homebrewers are also participating.
Access to the museum, military vehicle display, and other military-related events are free to the public.
Tickets to the beer garden — which include a commemorative pint glass — are $40 (plus a $4.28 service fee if purchased online) and must be purchased in advance.
The event also will feature classic cars, live music, and food vendors.
All proceeds will benefit veterans’ charities.