Newport Beach Brew Fest is Sunday

Newport Beach Brewing Company’s Brew Fest is Sunday (February 23).

The sixth annual event is set for 1 to 5 p.m. at the brewery, 2920 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach.

Presale tickets ($25, plus $2.37 service fee if purchased online) are available at the brewery and online by clicking here. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Surfrider Foundation.

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Anaheim’s Bottle Logic Brewing celebrating grand opening today

The newest brewery in the O.C., Bottle Logic Brewing, will celebrate its grand opening from noon to 11 p.m. today (February 15).

Food will be available from the Porko Rico BBQ truck from 1 to 9 p.m.

Can’t make it to the grand opening? The brewery will also be hosting a Brewer’s Brunch beginning at noon on Sunday (February 16), featuring items from Stefano’s Golden Baked Hams, paired with Bottle Logic brews.

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You can find Bottle Logic Brewing at 1072 N. Armando St., Anaheim, just north of the 91 Freeway at the Kraemer Blvd./Glassell Street exit.

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Noble Ale Works anniversary party is Saturday

Noble Ale Works AnniversaryAnaheim’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.

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The Bruery relaxes its policy, will fill unmarked growlers

Bruery growler policyThis changes everything.

In a blog post last week, Placentia’s The Bruery announced that it was relaxing its policy on growler fills, and has begun selling and filling unmarked, two-liter Palla-style growlers.

The change comes from the brewery’s interpretation of California growler regulations, of which there has been much attention paid lately.

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