Each beer has been uniquely crafted and with a wide range of beer drinkers in today’s market, the Venom lager, High Octane IPA and 427 Big Block Stout will demonstrate well balanced, full bodied beers that have consumers coming back for more.
“Carroll and his cars represent sheer excellence,” said Dennis Nelson, co-founder of Wicked Eye LLC, which partnered with the Carroll Shelby foundation to create the beer line. “It’s exciting to introduce a new product that strives to achieve that same level of superiority of the Shelby name. In order to achieve the highest level Wicked Eye partnered with an award winning brewery “Legacy Brewing Co” based out of San Clemente.
Each beer is wrapped in a stylish label outlining the pure power and epic history of Carroll Shelby and his cars. Wicked Eye is developing distribution channels for the Carroll Shelby Craft Beers to be sold nationwide.
The event will take place from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday (May 16) at Redlands Municipal Airport, 1755 Sessums Drive.
The fête mashes together an air show, a rock festival, a food truck fest and, of course, a beerfest.
This year’s event also features an expanded Family Fun Zone.
General admission tickets are $15 (plus $1.74 service fee). Admission for kids 6 to 12 is $5 (plus $1.24 service fee). Kids under 6 are admitted free. VIP tickets, which grant you unlimited beer, free lunch and dinner, VIP parking, covered flightline seating, a T-shirt and more perks, are $175 (plus $9.74 service fee). Parking is $5 cash at the time of the event.
35+ beers are promised, including the brewery’s 7th anniversary pils and its American Craft Beer Week offering Double Betty. Click over the jump for a peek at what’ll be available on a rotating basis from the specialty release trailer.
More than 65 craft breweries will serve about 150 beers at the LA on Tap Beer Competition and Festival May 9 at the Fairplex in Pomona that will also serve as kickoff event for LA Beer Week. It’s billed as the county’s largest beer festival this year.
“This zoning update will allow the City to capitalize on a fast-growing industry by using our existing assets – thriving commercial areas, unlimited inventory of existing building stock, and a regional reputation as a foodie destination – to their highest potential,” said Amy Bodek, director of Long Beach development services.
So far, 39 breweries and cideries are expected to participate, including 24 from Southern California. Pre-sale admission tickets are $30 (plus $2.64 service fee) for admission at 1 p.m. and $40 (plus $3.19 service fee) for noon admission. Prices will be $10 more at the door. Designated driver tickets will also be available at the door for $20. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Loyal Order of Re-enactment Enthusiasts.