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Scottish Beer, Music, and More This Saturday in the Inland Empire

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Looking to get ready for St. Patrick’s Day in the Inland Empire?


This Saturday, there are already plans to get you ready! With their Kiltomania 2017 event, Hamilton Family Brewery has music, merch, and beer to get you in the mood. Taking place from 2pm-midnight this Saturday, Hamilton Family Brewing will be releasing two Scottish-style ales, including an award-winning beer.


To provide the ambiance, there will be bagpipes being played live in the evening by folks at Blandford Imports. There will be a food truck ready to serve up some delicious food to go along with the beer, as well as games available for the whole event.  To help you festively drink and remember it, there will also be a limited supply of "Kiltomania 2017 Mug"s available for purchase. Not only will they be nifty containers for your beer, they also will get you $1 off all Scottish beers during the event.


Speaking of those beers, there will be two Scottish-style ales being served. The first is the Warrior Poet, their version of a Scottish-style IPA, which is a Scottish ale with a lot of American hops. The second of the beers is their Sammy’s 60, which won them a gold medal at the California State Fair. Sammy’s 60 is a Scottish 60 shillings’ beer brewed with authentic ingredients, and named after the owners’ youngest son, Samuel.


It sounds like a great way to start getting ready for St. Patrick's Day! Hamilton Family Brewery is located in Rancho Cucamonga, CA at 9757 7th St, Ste 802.



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