Want to give back to our heroes while drinking enough to make you think you are one? The OC Brew Ha Ha 2012 will be a blast, with over 175 craft and import beers from around the world from 70 award winning breweries on Saturday, September 8, 2012.
The event will also feature plenty of food trucks, presentations by world class beer experts, live entertainment and more! Most importantly, there is free water- be wary of any event that hands you free drinks without any access to water! Leave it to the firefighters to make sure everything will be safe.
All of this will take place in the shaded Oak Canyon Private Park near Irvine Lake, just over the hill from Corona right off the toll way in the unpopulated northern area of Orange County.
In cooperation with the Local 3631 Firefighters Union, most of their beer is served by off-duty Orange County Firefighters. The event will raise thousands of dollars for the Fallen Fire Fighters Relief Fund, a non-profit organization that aids surviving spouses and children of Orange County Firefighters lost in the line-of-duty.
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Check out our review of OC Brew Ha Ha 2011.
For tickets and more information, visit ocbrewfest.com.
Now for the list of breweries:
Voted So Cal’s BEST Beer Fest 2nd Year in a Row!
3rd ANNUAL OC BREW HA HA –SATURDAY, SEPT 8th 2012
This year’s Orange County Brew Ha Ha will be even bigger and better!
- Over 70 Award Winning Breweries
- Serving Over 175 Craft & Import Beers
- Loads of Beer Friendly Food Trucks & Booths
- Presentations by World Class Beer Experts
- Live Entertainment
Come and enjoy this incredible event at the beautiful, shaded Oak Canyon Private Park near Irvine Lake.
Because our first event was on 9/11/10, we continue our great partnership with the Local 3631 Firefighters Union. Most of our beer is served by off-duty Orange County Firefighters. This event raises thousands of dollars for the Fallen Fire Fighters Relief Fund, a non-profit organization that aids surviving spouses and children of Orange County Firefighters lost in the line-of-duty.