On Wednesday (December 21), Corona’s Skyland Ale Works moved to its new location, a much larger brewery and taproom.
Rancho Cucamonga’s No Clue Craft Brewery is pairing with first responders and police personnel to remember and raise funds for the victims of the Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino.
The event will take place from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday (December 3) at the brewery, 9037 Arrow Route, Suite 170.
The explanation of the name change is that it was “due to confusion”, and I’m guessing the confusion is with a certain Costa Mesa brewery.
Early name changes, however, are nothing new to Southern California breweries.
Although Riverside’s Packinghouse Brewing Company wasn’t around in the ’80s, the brewery — which has been around six years — is celebrating its anniversary in ’80s fashion on Saturday (November 12).
The brewery is hosting its Totally Awesome ’80s Party from 1 to 10 p.m.
The anniversary party will feature the brewery’s Hoppy Saison 6th Anniversary beer, as well as small-batch variations of the Saison and Grisette. Like, omigod!
Unfortunately, tomorrow will be the brewery’s last day. The owners have sold the brewery and Wild Donkey will close November 13 in the next couple of weeks.
The owners made the announcement on Facebook in October.
Redlands’ Ritual Brewing Co. is celebrating its fourth anniversary from noon to 4:30 p.m. Saturday (November 5).
The event features beer tasting — including a selection of barrel-aged beers — plus music and local food.
General admission tickets are $35 (plus a $2.22 service fee if purchased online) and include admission at 1 p.m. Tickets to the Founders Reception, which begins at noon, are $45 (plus a $2.57 service fee if purchased online) and include admission to the rest of the celebration. Designated driver tickets are $15 (plus a $1.52 service fee if purchased online).
If you were hoping to get tickets for Barons Market’s latest Backroom Beer Pairing featuring The Lost Abbey tomorrow night (October 19), you’re in luck…somewhat.
Tickets have sold out at several locations (Temecula, Rancho Bernardo and Alpine), but are still available at Wildomar, Murrieta and Point Loma.