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Breweries in the Inland Empire

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Breweries in the Inland Empire

So you’re a beer head wondering where every brewery and brew-pub in the Inland Empire is? We’ve got the full list!

Update: March 8, 2012: The Los Angeles Times has reported on the explosive growth of breweries in the Inland Empire.

Update: December 16, 2012: New breweries in the IE!

Inland Empire Breweries and Brew Pubs (IE Metro Area)

  1. Hangar 24 - Redlands – The Inland Empire’s most popular brewery!
  2. Packinghouse Brewing Co. – Riverside
  3. Big Cheese Pizza – Riverside (brewery and restaurant), served in Hemet and Murrieta, but not in Yucaipa
  4. Main Street Brewery / Lamppost Pizza – Corona
  5. TAPS Fishhouse & Brewery – Corona
  6. BJ’s Restaurant – Corona, San Bernardino, Morono Valley, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino Hills (may not be brewed on site)
  7. Dale Bros. – Upland
  8. Cucamonga Brewing Company (formerly known as Omaha Jack’s) – Rancho Cucamonga
  9. Inland Empire Brewing Co. – Riverside
  10. Kat Daddy Brewery – Moreno Valley
  11. I and I Brewing - Chino
  12. Ritual Brewing Co. – Redlands
  13. Donkey Punch Brewing – Redlands
  14. Chino Valley Brewery – Ontario

Southwest Riverside County Breweries

  1. Black Market – Temecula
  2. Craft Brewing Company – Lake Elsinore
  3. Wiens Brewing Co. – Temecula
  4. Aftershock Brewery -Temecula
  5. Brew-Ligion – Murietta
  6. Ironfire – Temecula
  7. Refuge Brewery – Temecula
  8. Murrieta Pizza & Brewing Co. – Murrieta
  9. Oak Hills Brewing – Hesperia

Big Bear Brewery

  1. Big Bear Mountain Brewery - Big Bear Lake

Palm Springs / Coachella Valley Breweries

  1. Babe’s BBQ & Roadhouse – Rancho Mirage – Best in the Coachella Valley!
  2. Lamppost Pizza / Backstreet Brewery – La Quinta

Other Popular Beer Bars

These locations are not actually breweries, but they have a great location that serves beer or pretends to be a brewery (actually brewed off site).

Also:

  • Clayton Brewing Company in San Dimas claims to be a brewery, but they contract brew and they won’t tell us who it is with. The Firestone sign on the window is our best guess.

Nearby Breweries:

Is a new brewery opening up? Let us know!

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