Two Beer Events to Get Drunk At This Saturday in San Clemente and Fullerton!
Get your designated drivers ready because April 26 will be filled with lots and lots of local beer. There will be two events happening at the same time, so here are all the details so you can plan accordingly.
South Orange County will be host to the 4th Annual San Clemente Micro-Brew Fest this Saturday at Left Coast Brewing Co. from noon to 5 p.m.
Your $30 ticket ($35 at the door) will grant you 12 four-ounce tasters, groovy island tunes and the San Clemente sun. Beer from Pizza Port Brewing Co., Valiant Brewing Co., Prohibition Brewing, Ballast Point Brewing and more will be there to quench your thirst.
While there hardly needs to be a reason for an afternoon of good music and craft beer, the event will benefit the San Clemente Chamber of Commerce "Welcome Home Military Family Event."
If you have a little extra cash to burn, Bootlegger's Brewery will be celebrating their 6th anniversary at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center from noon until 4pm on Saturday. Tickets are $40 ($50 at the door while supplies last), which gets you unlimited 4oz. pours of 30 different Bootlegger's brew, as well as about 20 guest beers from Noble Ale Works, The Bruery, Bottle Logic Brewing and more.
Great beer won't be the only entertainment for this celebration. Food from some of Orange County's favorite food trucks, including Dos Chinos and Porko Rico, will be on-hand to feed your buzzed behinds. There will also be live music, lawn games, and admission into the venue's gallery showrooms. Just don't get beer on anything expensive.
If corn hole doesn't interest you and you feel like relaxing in The Muck's gardens with a nice cigar in hand, you're in luck. Yes, folks, there will be a cigar bar.
Unlimited local craft beer, food trucks, cigars and art? Take all of my money.
If you were picked to be the DD but still want eat some great food, smoke some stogies, and see some art, Bootlegger's welcomes you for the low price of $15. Get all your tickets while pre-sale prices are still up for grabs.