We’ve been watching the progress of several Inland Empire breweries — Escape Craft Brewery (Redlands), Hamilton Family Brewery (Rancho Cucamonga), Skyland Ale Works (Corona), Delicious Science Brewery and Polymath Brewing Co. (Riverside), and Rök House Brewing Company (Upland) — as they lurch toward their opening dates.
Yet another, Big Bear Lake Brewing Co., is set to open at 5 p.m. Tuesday (April 8).
The brewery is owned by local entrepreneur David Stone, who owns several lodges in the area, along with the The Cave events center.
What do you get when you combine an air show with a brewfest and a food truck festival in one family-friendly event?
You get the fourth annual Brew with a View at Riverside’s Packinghouse Brewing Co.
The free event will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday (April 5) at the brewery, 6421 Central Ave., Suite 101-A.
For those who haven’t yet visited the brewery, it’s directly across the street from the Riverside Municipal Airport, which is hosting its annual air show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. that day.
Head to Chino Valley Brewery on Saturday and you could go home with a new friend, but it’s probably not what you’re thinking.
The brewery is hosting a fundraiser for “Pints for Pitties,” an organization dedicated to raising awareness of pitbulls and other bull breeds.
The event will take place from 2 to 9 p.m., with vendors and a rescue effort from 2 to 4 p.m. for those looking to adopt a dog.
The name conjures up frenemies fighting for the affections of a redheaded teenager, or perhaps a leggy blonde pin-up.
As it turns out, it’s the latter which inspired the name of Hangar 24 Craft Brewery’s latest India Pale Ale.
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.
Time is running out for Corona’s award-winning Main Street Brewery.
Connected to Lamppost Pizza at 300 N. Main St., the brewpub was scheduled to close on Sunday (January 26), but has gotten a brief reprieve.
The pizzeria and adjoining brewery are now scheduled to close Tuesday (February 4).
However, Main Street’s brews will certainly be gone by then.
The best little brewhouse in Chino just got a whole lot bigger.
I & I Brewing has moved from its cozy quarters at 14175 Telephone Ave., Suite J, where it has been for two years, to a much larger and more visible space at 5135 Edison Ave., Suites 1 and 2, which seems like it’s been in the works for nearly that long.
If you’ve ever ventured out to I & I before (and if you haven’t…why not?), you’ve likely passed the new location on your way to the old one.
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.
Palm Desert’s Bellatrix Restaurant is hosting a La Quinta Brewing Co. beer pairing dinner at 6:30 p.m. tonight (January 10).
Cost for the three-course dinner is $39 per person. Brewer Ryan Pearson will be in attendance.