Community | Local Brews for a Cause
It’s not every day that you’re invited to a 12th birthday with unlimited beer selections from the Inland Empire’s top breweries, live music, a cigar lounge and more. However, this is the perfect way that Dale Bros.’ plans on celebrating its 12th birthday.
Dale Bros. is really taking this celebration to the next level by offering unlimited tastings from many of our favorite breweries from the Inland Empire. There will be 40 vendors providing craft beer, craft soda, regional wine and cider, which includes your favorites from Claremont Craft Ales, Hangar 24, I & I Brewing and many more! With 85 beverages to choose from, it is safe to say that there are plenty of options to satisfy everyone’s drink preferences. Hungry? Snack on gourmet foods from Bacon Mania, Big Easy Sandwich, Mesquite BBQ, My Delight Cupcakery, Grilled Cheese Truck, Pappa’s Artisanal, Slater’s 50/50 and Street Foods Co.
You can purchase tickets here: www.brewsandbrosfest.com
Beyond amazing flavors, this event will also host activities that will be fun-approved by everyone in your clan. One of our favorite local bands that we recently featured, GrooveSession, will be performing at the party, bringing their live jams to entertain alongside Hellbound.
Test your precision with Giant Jenga and other games, or simply document the event using the photo booth. After all, if you don’t post a picture about it on social media, it never happened! Other entertainment includes Hwy 66 Choppers’ vintage and custom motorcycles, straight razor cuts and shaves from Gold Cuts and last but not least, a luxurious Cigar Lounge by Pacific Wine Merchants.
One of the best things about this event is that the proceeds benefit the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF), a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding children in the community thrive by meeting children’s goals and realizing their full potential. They partner with the community, donors and schools to make a lasting impact on Claremont youth that will provide a more successful learning experience overall. CEF’s President Richard Cute recently shared in the organization’s annual newsletter how their impact can be seen all throughout the many schools in Claremont. It is because of the funding CEF provides that children in Claremont are able to consistently learn about arts, music and technology.
Currently, the tireless efforts of CEF go towards art and music classes taught in the elementary schools, unique and innovative projects and technology projects and SLICE of Summer programs at El Roble Intermediate School and High School. CEF doesn’t stop at funding essential programs, they also make it their goal to prepare every child to have a successful future, whether that includes attending college or simply being an upstanding, contributing member of society.
There are many ways to help CEF continue to make such a positive impact on our community. One of our favorite ways to support this great cause is by attending Brews & Bros at Cable Airport this Saturday. Beyond that, you can also attend one of their many other events, became a loyal donor, participate in their eGood program and more.