The creators of Surf ‘n’ Suds Beer Festival will introduce the Buy a Dog a Beer Festival at Wolf Creek Brewery in Valencia on Saturday, September 9 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The craft beer festival will take place outside the brewery, located at 25108 Rye Canyon Loop, Valencia 91355, under the stars with a great evening atmosphere and live entertainment by DJ Hecktik.
The Buy a Dog a Beer Festival benefits the Dirty Dog Squad, a 501c3 nonprofit that saves pets off death row in local high kill shelters.
Dirty Dog Squad devotes their energy and resources to providing the pets they save with veterinary care, rehabilitation and training, and then adopting them out to their loving, forever homes.
Wolf Creek will serve more than 25 independent craft breweries and ciders from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. with a VIP Session from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
This is a limited-ticket event, and allows visitors to sample from some of the best breweries from California without battling the crowds.
Breweries already registered include Wolf Creek Brewery, Pocock Brewing Co., Three Weavers, Lucky Luke, Firestone Walker, Rob Rubens Distilling and Brewing, Karl Strauss, Kinetic Brewing Co., King Harbor Brewing, Alosta, Hand-Brewed Beer, El Segundo, Poseidon, Indie, Smog City, The Dudes Brewing Co., Green Flash, Alpine Beer Co., Yorkshire Square Brewery, Ventura Coast Brewing Co., North Coast Brewing and Einstok! Common Cider Co. and 101 Cider House will also be on site.
General admission tickets are $45 and include unlimited samples from all of the breweries and ciders on site.
VIP tickets are $55 and include an hour early entry with special brews not available during the general admission session.
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