The 8th annual Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival returns to Oak Canyon Park on Saturday, September 23 from noon to 4p.m. Named “Orange County’s Favorite Beer Festival,” the event will offer unlimited tastes from more than 250 craft and import beer samplings from over 90 breweries. Craft beer enthusiasts will have the one-of-a-kind opportunity to sample extremely rare and special release beers at Brew Ha Ha Festival’s NEW 'Rare Beer Section’.
This year’s Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival will break its own record of offering both the largest and best selection of craft beer in Orange County, CA. Craft beer enthusiasts will enjoy quality craft beer, gourmet food trucks and restaurant vendors, live entertainment, games, and more.
The all-new ‘Rare Beer Section’ will offer a one-of-a-kind opportunity for beer aficionados to sample extremely rare and special release beers. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to sip exclusive brews from Paradox, Fifty Fifty Brewing, Modern Times, Bottle Logic, The Bruery, Lost Abbey and more!
The Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival highlights the rapidly growing craft beer scene in Orange County, with unlimited tastings from an impressive list of breweries that include AleSmith Brewing, Bottle Logic, Stone Brewing Co., Mikkeller Brewing SD, Firestone Walker, Portland Cider, Founders Brewing Co. and many more. Guests will enjoy beautiful views, classic backyard games, and back by popular demand, The Spazmatics will return to the Brew Ha Ha stage for live entertainment.
The popular free shuttle service will be available to transport attendees out of the park to the Tustin area. With limited cell service at the event location, Brew Ha Ha Productions encourages early arrival via cab, Lyft, UBER, family or friend and to take the free shuttle out.
Tickets for the 8th annual Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival are on sale now. General admission tickets are $45 and VIP tickets are $60. Rare Beer Section + VIP tickets are $85. Designated driver tickets are available for purchase upon entry and must be accompanied by a paid ticketholder. A portion of the proceeds will go to Big Brother Big Sister of Orange County and Inland Empire.