Head to Upland’s Dale Bros. Brewery on Saturday (May 17) and you might go home with a new best friend. That’s because the brewery is hosting an all-day (2 to 9 p.m.) fundraiser for Chino Hills-based Priceless Pet Rescue, a no-kill rescue organization.
Dog adoptions will be from 5 to 7 p.m.
Food will be available from Hillbilly Tacos.
Dale Bros. Brewery is at 2120 Porterfield Way.
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Claremont Craft Ales and Riverside’s Thompson Brewing Co. have both recently doubled the size of their operations.
Claremont Craft Ales will host an expansion party from 1 to 10 p.m. Saturday (May 10) with food from Mangia Benny and the Corner Butcher Shop.
The event is free, but a limited number of Celebratory Packages will be available for purchase which include a limited edition Belgian glasses and/or access to special release beers.
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Angel City Brewery is hosting its second annual Heritage Music and Arts Festival from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday (May 3).
The free event, in collaboration with DO ART Foundation will take place at the brewery, 216 S. Alameda St., Los Angeles.
Festivities include live music (from Falls, The Get Down Boys, Katisse, Michael Jost, PLOTZ! and Wunder Wunder), an artisan bazaar, a gallery space, live painting and games.
Upland’s Dale Bros. Brewery is hosting a Cinco de Mayo fiesta from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday (May 3).
Proceeds from the $5 suggested donation will go to the Upland Relay for Life.
Food (tacos, quesadillas and a smoked pig stuffed with Chorizo Manchado) will be available from Mangia Benny, and live music will begin at 6 p.m.
It’s time once again for the Living Desert’s Brew at the Zoo!
The annual event will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday (May 3) at the zoo, 47900 Portola Ave., Palm Desert.
General admission tickets, which include 10 three-ounce beverage tasting tickets and 10 appetizer tickets, are $45 in advance for zoo members, $55 in advance for non-members, and $35 for designated drivers.
At the door, general admission tickets will be $50 for members and $60 for non-members.
Bootlegger’s Brewery is celebrating its sixth anniversary today (April 26) at the Muckenthaler Center, 1201 W. Malvern Ave., in Fullerton.
The event will run from noon to 4 p.m.
In addition to over 60 Bootlegger brews, there will also be 20-plus guest breweries in attendance.
It seems like Hangar 24 Craft Brewery’s anniversary celebrations have grown exponentially each year.
Last year, the celebration morphed into an air show and took over the adjacent Redlands Municipal Airport.
This year, the event will span two days.
Inglewood’s Three Weavers Brewing Company is in the waning hours of its Kickstarter campaign to raise funds.
While the brewery is nearing its $25,000 goal, there are still plenty of opportunities to help reach that goal.
Gifts for contributions range from a Three Weavers hat all the way up to a trip to Denver to help represent the brewery at this year’s Great American Beer Festival.
In anticipation of Sunday’s (April 6) fourth season premiere of “Game of Thrones,” Brewery Ommegang has released the third in its series of beers tied in with the fantasy drama.
Fire and Blood is a red ale brewed with rye and spelt, with ancho chilies providing the “fire.” Alcohol by volume is 6.8%.
The limited-edition brew is available in 750 mL bottles. For you collectors out there, the brewery is producing the beer with three unique labels this time around, each depicting a different dragon from the show.
You should be able to find it where you normally shop for craft beer, but smaller liquor stores appear to be selling out quickly.
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.