Any sour beer fans out there?
If so, you might want to make tracks for Hangar 24 Craft Brewery today (June 27) as the brewery is rolling out two new sour beers: First Crush and Sanguinello.
First Crush is a sour red ale aged in red wine barrels with Syrah grape juice. It’ll be available in 750 mL bottles for $20. 2,300 bottles are available. The brewery will also (while supplies last) be offering eight-ounce pours for $8 and three-ounce pours for $3.
If white wine is more your thing, Sanguinello is a sour blonde aged in white wine barrels with blood orange juice. Available in a much more limited quantity, 1,200 300 mL bottles of Sanguinello are available for $15 a pop. Again, while supplies last, the brewery will offer pours: $15 for an 11-ounce pour and $5 for a three-ounce pour.
Yucaipa’s Brew Rebellion is hosting a 2nd anniversary celebration on Saturday (June 20) at the brewery, 13444 California St.
Unlike many brewery anniversary celebrations, this one is free to attend.
The brewery will debut its anniversary beer, Imperial Peach Honey Wheat, and will be tapping archive brews all day long. In addition, Brew Rebellion will be smoking a pig (raised on the brewery’s spent grain) to share with customers.
The first 50 attendees will receive a free pint glass.
The event begins at noon.
For more information, visit the Facebook event page.
The Inland Empire brewery boom continues, with a new brewery in Colton and two set to open in the High Desert.
3 Iron Brewing Company opened back at the beginning of April at 898 S. Via Lata, Suite A, Colton. I stopped in last week to check it out and found some friendly folks serving delicious beer. They’ve got eight taps serving a variety of styles, from IPAs to porters.
For now, 3 Iron is open Thursday through Saturday.
It’s down to the wire.The Kickstarter campaign
for Homage Brewing
wraps up Wednesday afternoon (May 27).
At the time of this post, the future Pomona brewery was about 72% of the way toward its $12,000 goal.
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery’s AirFest & 7th anniversary celebration is nearly here.
The event will take place from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday (May 16) at Redlands Municipal Airport, 1755 Sessums Drive.
The fête mashes together an air show, a rock festival, a food truck fest and, of course, a beerfest.
This year’s event also features an expanded Family Fun Zone.
General admission tickets are $15 (plus $1.74 service fee). Admission for kids 6 to 12 is $5 (plus $1.24 service fee). Kids under 6 are admitted free. VIP tickets, which grant you unlimited beer, free lunch and dinner, VIP parking, covered flightline seating, a T-shirt and more perks, are $175 (plus $9.74 service fee). Parking is $5 cash at the time of the event.
All tickets are available by clicking here.
The event will go on, rain or shine.
35+ beers are promised, including the brewery’s 7th anniversary pils and its American Craft Beer Week offering Double Betty. Click over the jump for a peek at what’ll be available on a rotating basis from the specialty release trailer.
Tickets are available now for the fourth iteration of Taste of Brews Inland Empire. The event is set for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday (April 18) at Crossroads Riverview Park, 14600 Baron Drive, Corona.
So far, 39 breweries and cideries are expected to participate, including 24 from Southern California. Pre-sale admission tickets are $30 (plus $2.64 service fee) for admission at 1 p.m. and $40 (plus $3.19 service fee) for noon admission. Prices will be $10 more at the door. Designated driver tickets will also be available at the door for $20. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Loyal Order of Re-enactment Enthusiasts.
No less than four beer events are taking place across the Inland Empire this busy Saturday (March 28).
In Redlands, Hangar 24 Craft Brewery is releasing this year’s Hammerhead ($20 per 750 mL bottle), its rye-whiskey-and-bourbon-barrel-aged barleywine. However, this year, there are some exciting twists. A couple hundred bottles of Augie’s Coffee Hammerhead ($25 per 750 mL bottle, limit one) and Bourbon Chai Hammerhead ($25 per 750 mL bottle, limit one) will be available for sale, and likely to be gone in the first hour of sales.
All three will be available on tap, along with an Old Fashioned Hammerhead, on Randall with cherries and orange peel.
Tickets are available now for the Shamrocked Beerfest, set for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday (March 14) at San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino.
Attendees will be able to sip unlimited samples from 25-plus craft breweries, including local favorites Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, No Clue Craft Brewery, Dale Bros. Brewery, Rök House Brewing Company, Brew Rebellion, Packinghouse Brewing Company, Inland Empire Brewing Company, Wicks Brewing Co., Black Market Brewing Co. and Craft Brewing Company.
Tickets are $35 for general admission (plus $2.92 service fee). Designated driver tickets are available for $15 (plus $1.82 service fee). To purchase tickets, click here.
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Beer is typically found on college campuses, but apparently never like this.
Cal Poly Pomona has opened what it says is the first-ever brewery-restaurant at a college campus.
Innovation Brew Works will celebrate its grand opening from 4 to 8 p.m. tomorrow (February 20).
Innovation’s café has been open since September, but its brewery has only been brewing since December.
The brewery’s current tap list consists of five house brews — an orange wheat, a porter and red, blond and brown ales — and seven brews from local breweries, including Dale Bros. Brewery, Alosta Brewing Co., Claremont Craft Ales and Ritual Brewing Co.
While the Inland Empire’s newest brewery is celebrating its opening, one of the area’s oldest breweries will be celebrating its 12th anniversary.
Dale Bros. Brewery will host its Brews and Bros Craft Beer Festival from 1 to 5 p.m. today (January 24) at Cable Airport in Upland.
The brothers Dale will be celebrating with 31 other breweries, which will be pouring a planned 80-plus craft brews.