Anaheim’s Noble Ale Works will celebrate its third anniversary this Saturday (February 8), with 30 different brews (with hourly cask tappings), a bunch of food trucks and music.
Presale tickets (sales end today, February 6) start at $40 for general admission and end at $50 for V.I.P. admission. Prices will be $20 more at the door.
Tickets include entrance, a tasting glass, unlimited tastings and a raffle ticket. General admission ticket holders will be allowed in from 1 to 4 p.m. Those with V.I.P. tickets will be allowed in at noon.
Inland Empire Brewing Company will celebrate its fifth anniversary on March 1, but is offering a special discount on its website that expires today (February 4).
Tickets, regularly $40, can be purchased for just $25. Tickets include 15 beer tasting tickets. Additional tasting tickets will be available for $1 each at the event.
In the past the brewery has offered discounts through Groupon, but not this year.
The event will run from 1 to 5 p.m. (V.I.P. ticket holders get in an hour early and get five additional tasting tickets for an extra $10) at the brewery, 1710 Palmyrita Ave., Suite #11, Riverside. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Come as You Are Homeless Ministries.
Click here to purchase now.
True, we haven’t had much of a winter here in SoCal, so it’s nearly apropos that Redlands’ Hangar 24 Craft Brewery is celebrating spring on the first day of February.
The brewery is rolling out its seasonal California Spring Beer with a daylong event that features music, food and, of course, lots of beer.
Pomona’s The Rookery Alehouse & Grill is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend, and it’s kicking off the festivities at 11 a.m. today (January 17).
As part of the event, the eatery will be tapping 19 special beers from Southern California and beyond that it has squirreled away.
The celebration will last until 8 p.m. Sunday (January 19), however the beers likely will not.
Read on to find out what’s on tap.
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery’s English-old-ale-plus-Mourvedre-grapes-from-Temecula’s-Wilson-Creek-Winery Local Fields brew, Vinaceous, makes its return for general consumption at 11 a.m. Saturday (January 18).
The release will be accompanied by an all-day (’til midnight) celebration, with bands (Groove Session, The Higgs) and New Orleans-style food from the Big Easy Sandwich.
Eagle Rock Brewery will celebrate its fourth anniversary on Sunday, January 26.
The event will take place from noon to 6 p.m. at the brewery, 3056 Roswell Street, Los Angeles.
Featured will be several special beer releases, including all of the brewery’s anniversary beers (including the this year’s, White Rabbit) and special cask brews.
Dale Bros. Brewery will celebrate its 11th anniversary Saturday, January 25, at Cable Airport in Upland.
The brewery will have plenty of friends with which to celebrate its Brews & Bros Craft Beer Festival…25 breweries are expected to participate.
Tickets for the event are available now. General admission tickets for the event are $40 (plus $2.39 service fee), with V.I.P. tickets (preferred parking, one hour early admission, plus meet the brewer) available for $50 (plus $2.74 service fee). Designated driver and under-21 tickets are $10 (plus $1.34 service fee), while kids under 12 get in free.
V.I.P. and general admission tickets include a tasting glass and wristband for beer tasting. Prices will be $5 more at the door.
The event is a fundraiser for the Claremont Educational Foundation.
Yes, we know they’ve been open for a while now, but Covina’s Alosta Brewing Co. will celebrate its grand opening from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday, January 18.
There will be lots of great beer, plus an official ribbon-cutting at 3 p.m.
Alosta Brewing Co. is at 692 Arrow Grand Circle.
Chino’s I & I Brewing will break all the rules and open on a Sunday — to celebrate its second anniversary this weekend.
The event will take place from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday (January 5) at the brewery, 14175 Telephone Ave., Suite J.
It’ll likely be the last celebration at the brewery’s current location, as its long-in-the-works, much larger, more visible spot just around the corner at 5135 Edison Ave., Suites 1 & 2, is this close (* holds index finger and thumb about an inch apart) to opening.
As with its first anniversary, while supplies last, customers will receive a special anniversary pint glass free with the purchase of their first pint of beer.
We had the pleasure of visiting both of Lancaster’s breweries this weekend and discovered that one of them — Kinetic Brewing Company — is celebrating its second anniversary this Saturday (December 28).
The brewery will be celebrating all day with food specials and a tap takeback. That’s right…28 taps of nothing but Kinetic brews.
Click here for the Facebook event page.
The brewery is also selling tickets for its New Year’s Eve celebration.