Yucaipa’s Brew Rebellion is hosting a 2nd anniversary celebration on Saturday (June 20) at the brewery, 13444 California St.
Unlike many brewery anniversary celebrations, this one is free to attend.
The brewery will debut its anniversary beer, Imperial Peach Honey Wheat, and will be tapping archive brews all day long. In addition, Brew Rebellion will be smoking a pig (raised on the brewery’s spent grain) to share with customers.
The first 50 attendees will receive a free pint glass.
The event begins at noon.
For more information, visit the Facebook event page.
The Three Weavers event, which runs from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., costs $20. For that you get five 5 oz. pours and a Three Weavers glass. Additional drink tickets are available for $4 apiece. Fill Er Up Gastro Garage will serve food.
Participating breweries include Drake’s, Eagle Rock, El Segundo (pouring their Mayberry IPA), Figueroa Mountain, Golden Road, Noble Ale Works and Stone.
Buy tickets here.
Find out more about the Pink Boots Society here.
LABW7 starts Saturday:
At 4 p.m. today Smog City in Torrance will release the official beer of LA beer Week, Unity.
Here’s more from the press release:
Created as a celebration of innovation and experimentation, this Tart Saison exemplifies what the LA Brewers Guild is becoming known for: the UNITY of individualized voices coming together. We believe that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts and our community will continue to benefit as we raise the bar together. Brewed in collaboration at Smog City Brewing, this years’ UNITY commemorates LA Beer Week 7, which promotes and celebrates the growth of craft beer in Los Angeles.
Check out all the LABW7 events Smog City Brewing has planned below and click on the link for complete details:
From the King Harbor Brewing Co., press release:
Howlin’ Ray’s, the brand new food truck specializing in Nashville style hot chicken, is looking for a few brave contestants to enter their first ‘Hot Chicken Eating Challenge’ at King Harbor Brewery this Father’s Day. The only rule during this challenge is simply to finish the chicken the fastest without any beverages. The winner will be rewarded with a growler of their choice from King Harbor along with some swag to take home.
The event begins at noon with the competition starting promptly at 1:30pm. For those who can’t handle such heat but simply love amazing chicken, Howlin’ Ray’s will be serving their full menu all day until they run out; so get there early.
We are looking for 4-6 brave contestants. If you think you have what it takes, email firstname.lastname@example.org
LA Beer Week begins June 20 and Beer Goggles will be highlighting some of the upcoming events as June 20 draws near.
Here are events featuring beers from El Segundo Brewing Company, which may just have the best lineup of IPAs in the county:
The Inland Empire brewery boom continues, with a new brewery in Colton and two set to open in the High Desert.
3 Iron Brewing Company opened back at the beginning of April at 898 S. Via Lata, Suite A, Colton. I stopped in last week to check it out and found some friendly folks serving delicious beer. They’ve got eight taps serving a variety of styles, from IPAs to porters.
For now, 3 Iron is open Thursday through Saturday.
It’s down to the wire.The Kickstarter campaign
for Homage Brewing
wraps up Wednesday afternoon (May 27).
At the time of this post, the future Pomona brewery was about 72% of the way toward its $12,000 goal.
With Sea Star Wasting Syndrome decimating populations up and down the West Coast, Oregon’s Rogue Ales has released a beer designed to raise awareness of the environmental issue.
Rogue observes that this is “This is the largest marine animal disease event in recorded history” and that a “portion of the proceeds from the sale of this beer will go towards the research of Sea Star Wasting Syndrome.”
Daily Breeze reporter Sandy Mazza had more in a recent story.
From the press release:
Wasted Sea Star will be available at all Rogue locations on May 28th, and throughout the states of Oregon, Washington and California starting in June.
Read more here on the Rogue Ales website.