It’s a new year with plenty of great places to visit for wine tasting, beer festivals, tap takeovers and more. Check out some of the activities taking place around the Inland Empire on my monthly listing of beer and wine events on IEShineOn.com.
Oktoberfest celebrations dominate the adult beverage event calendar this month, but there are plenty of other options for tasting wines and sampling brews and spirits. Take a look at our October calendar at IEShineOn.com to plan your next outing. But be sure to plan ahead and designate a driver or call Uber. Cheers!
Summer’s just about over, but there is no shortage of events where you can quench your thirst and sample great craft beers and fine wines. Check out IEShineOn.com for my guide to some of this month’s special events in the Inland Empire.
What else would you do during the dog days of August than find a good event to sample wines, beers or spirits? Okay, there’s probably a lot, but this is the only place to find a comprehensive guide to alcoholic beverage tasting events in the Inland Empire. Check out my Inland Empire Beer and Wine Guide for August at IEShineOn. And check back periodically for updates. If you know of an event I’ve missed, please let me know and we’ll be sure to add it. Better yet, let me know well in advance so it doesn’t get overlooked in the first place. Thanks!
I don’t know of any craft brewery that does a better job of showcasing its own beers at an annual anniversary celebration than Claremont Craft Ales.
While most breweries have great fun-filled events and special new beer releases to commemorate such an occasion, CCA will offer more than 50 of its own brews on tap at its upcoming fourth anniversary festivities, including several brand new releases and barrel-aged beers, along with popular Claremont Craft Ales favorites.
This year’s anniversary event will take place at the brewery on Saturday, July 16. There will be two separate sessions from noon-4 p.m. and 5-9 p.m. Families bringing children are encouraged to attend the first session.
In addition, no fewer than three food trucks/vendors will be on site, while local Claremont band “Raul” will perform at the second session. A DJ will entertain during the first session. Games for kids, corn hole, a photo booth and other activities are also scheduled.
Limited-edition stainless steel insulated growlers will be available for purchase, along with other merchandise, including commemorative shirts and caps.
Of course, the beer is the main attraction. Last year’s event included 10 barrel-aged brews among the offerings.
Admission is $30 per person and includes 16 pours of beers and a souvenir glass. Children and designated drivers are admitted free. Tickets are available to purchase at the brewery or online at www.claremontcraftales.com. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Shoes That Fit in Claremont. Those who donate a new pair of socks at the door will receive an extra pour of beer.
Claremont Craft Ales is located at 1420 N. Claremont Blvd., Suite 204C, in Claremont. For more information, call (909) 625-5350 or email email@example.com.
Looking for a beer festival or wine tasting? How about a tap takeover or a bottle share? I’ve got the guide for you in my Inland Empire Beer and Wine Guide for July. Check IEShineOn.com every month for new listings, or if you know of an upcoming event, please let me know and we’ll add it to the list. Thanks. Cheers!