Kings Brewing Company opens today in Rancho Cucamonga

Kings Brewing CoWe’ve been following the progress of several breweries here in the Inland Empire, and as of today (April 30), we’ll be able to knock one off our list: Kings Brewing Company.

The brewery, which opens today at noon, becomes Rancho Cucamonga’s third currently-operating brewery, joining Hamilton Family Brewing and No Clue Craft Brewery.

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Stone Church Brewing celebrating grand opening today

Stone Church Brewing grand openingCorona’s Stone Church Brewing — which has been open about a month or so — will officially celebrate its grand opening from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. today (April 23).

The event will feature live music and raffle prizes, along with plenty of beer.

The Dos Lagos brewery is also collecting child-safe teddy bears for the We Care Bear Project, an organization that collects teddy bears for distribution to hospitals and fire and police departments, who in turn, give them to kids in crisis or in need.

Teddy bear donors will receive a free pint glass in return for their donation.

Stone Church Brewing is at 2785 Cabot Drive, Suite 160.

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Wicks Brewing Co. celebrating third anniversary today

Wicks Brewing Co third anniversaryCongratulations to Wicks Brewing Co.!

The Riverside brewery is celebrating its third anniversary from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. today (March 23).

The event will feature food specials, live music and a special anniversary beer release.

For more information, including a full tap list, click here.

Wicks is at 11620 Sterling Ave., Suite C.

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Barrel-aged barleywines on tap in Redlands today

Wing OverFans of barrel-aged beers will want to head to Redlands on today (March 26) as two breweries will be releasing barrel-aged brews today.

Hangar 24 Craft Brewery will be pouring its Wing Over Barrel Roll series beer.

Previously known as Hammerhead, Wing Over is an American barleywine made with two English caramel malts and four American hops and aged for six months in charred oak rye whiskey and bourbon barrels.

Wing Over will be available in 750mL bottles for $20 each, with a 12-bottle limit.

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Chino Brew and Chew features range of California breweries

Chino Brew and Chew 2016Soroptimist International of the Chino Valley’s Brew and Chew is back for another round.

This year’s iteration — set for 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday (March 20) — features breweries from Coronado to Chico and points in-between.

Attendees can sample 15 4-ounce tastes from more than a dozen California breweries.

Food will be available from several food trucks, including Baby’s Bad Ass Burgers, Cousins Maine Lobster and Me So Hungry.

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Sanctum Brewing Co. celebrating second anniversary today

OK, so it’s been a bit more than two years since Sanctum Brewing Co. opened its doors, but there’s no time like the present, eh?

The Pomona brewery, 560 E. Commercial St., Unit 21, will celebrate its anniversary from noon to 9 p.m. today (March 12).

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Off the Grid Brewing Company hosting grand opening today

Off the Grid Brewing Company grand openingOff the Grid Brewing Company, which has been in business for about five years — working mostly out of Inland Empire Brewing Company in Riverside — now has its own place to call home.

The new brewery opened a few weeks ago at 13615 John Glenn Road, Apple Valley.

The brewery will be hosting a grand opening celebration from noon to 9 p.m. today (February 6).

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Escape Craft Brewery celebrating first anniversary Saturday

Escape Craft Brewery anniversaryEscape Craft Brewery is celebrating its (slightly belated) first anniversary from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday (February 6).

The Redlands brewery opened January 24, 2015.

The brewery will celebrate with a pair of bands (Soul Shake and The Connie Roener Band) and food, which will be available from Fire: A Pizza Co. and Taco Shack.

Citrus Lane Films is providing a photo booth.

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Bulldog out, 8bit in in Murrieta

8bit Brewing CompanyIt appears that Murrieta’s Bulldog Brewery has gone out of business.

Several online reports indicate that a sign was posted mid-November noting a change of ownership, but the brewery’s equipment appears to be for sale.

The brewery’s website is still active, with no indication of the closure, and nothing has been posted on any of the brewery’s social media sites since late October.

Just around the corner however, 8bit Brewing Company has opened.

The “brewstro” — 26755 Jefferson Ave., Suite F — is open daily at 11 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

8bit opened toward the end of December.

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