**Photo review, February 16**
The community came out in force to celebrate Dale Bros. Brewery’s tenth anniversary celebration on Feb. 16, and from the likes of the event, one of the Inland Empire’s established breweries seems to have a worthy fan base.
Hundreds of beer lovers came out to have not just Dale Bros.’s Pomona Queen or their Shameless red ale, but tasty food from Garlicscapes food truck, the Grilled Cheese food truck, and P Train’s BBQ. All in all, the food and drink part of the event complemented each other very well. The music by Groove Session also matched the event, and had scores of people young and old watching and jamming along with them to their bluesy rock tunes.
Kids also had a good time, playing giant Jenga and cornhole. But for adults there was beer-infused ice cream being sold too, and most of the seating was taken by the sizable and diverse crowd that came to support one of the Inland Empire’s longstanding breweries.
Check out our pictures below, and look out for Dale Bros. beer at a restaurant near you.
**Original story published February 5, 2013**
That’s what’s in store for the Inland Empire when Dale Bros. Brewery in Upland celebrates their 10th anniversary celebration on February 16th. Is there a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than celebrating the success of the IE’s burgeoning craft brewing scene?
The 10th anniversary celebration will take place at Dale Bros. Brewery, adjacent to Cable Airport and just off of Foothill Blvd. On top of the beer, there’ll be a few food trucks on hand to serve some tasty food.
Slated to join the festivities are The Grilled Cheese Truck, Garlicscapes, and P Train California BBQ. But if you’re not satisfied drinking your beer in the commemorative pint glass that comes with admission, you can get your beer fix in a beer-infused cupcake provided by BrewCakes.
Also, two new beers will be released as a special treat for event goers, and specialty small batch beer will be tapped every hour from 4pm to 8pm. We hear that they’ll be releasing the Badlands Baltic Porter, Imperial Empress and [Untitled] Single Hop Imperial IPA.
It is also the first time that their next seasonal, Shameless McDale Irish Red Ale, will be on tap. Once they open up all of the casks that they have ready for the event, there will be nearly 20 beers on tap throughout the day.
The event runs all day, from 2pm to 10pm, so you can drink to your heart’s content.