Beer has been enjoyed for millennia, much like the comical query "Working hard or hardly working?" Taste a time-honored tradition with this Groupon.
$18 for One Admission to the Packinghouse BrewGrass Festival on Saturday, June 29 ($37.22 Value)
Admission includes unlimited 2-ounce beer samples and a souvenir glass.
The Packinghouse BrewGrass Festival gathers more than 20 craft breweries, from the local region and beyond including North Coast Brewing Company and Bootleggers Brewery, plus the wines of La Rebelde. Snacks from gourmet food trucks complement each pour, while The Salty Suites and other bluegrass bands provide the entertainment. The fest takes place from 1–6 p.m. on Saturday, June 29 at Packinghouse Brewery, which donates a portion of the festival's proceeds to charity.
Designated-driver tickets are available at the door for $15.
Packinghouse Brewing Co.
Named in homage to Riverside, California's turn-of-the-century citrus packinghouses, this microbrewery handcrafts four year-round beers. The easy-drinking Bell Tower Blonde pairs perfectly with a summer day. The Heritage Pale Ale and the Riley's Red Ale round out the year-round offerings. Besides the core four, the brewery creates an ever-expanding series of IPAs, as well as several specialty and seasonal libations. Inside Packinghouse's tasting room, bartenders pour pints of each day's available brews, which are also available to take home by the bottle and growler.
What some people are buzzing about:
92% of 128 customers recommend
“they did a great job putting the event together. they could not help the heat :) it was at least 106 degrees. great staff and event :)”
“NEEDED MORE FOOD TRUCKS but overall a great time ;)”
“I attended the BrewGrass Festival had a great time it was just to hot maybe march april would be better ,the food was great and the music was awesome would definitely...”
“I attended the BrewGrass Festival had a great time it was just to hot maybe march april would be better ,the food was great and the music was awesome would definitely go again,and to the Brewery,thanks again stacey”