Time till the Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival
Some of the Other Brewfest Highlights:
- Wine Garden
- Home Brewed Sodas
- A Variety of Food Truck Offerings
- Live Music
- Silent Auction
- Interactive Family Wildlife Activities
Wildomar is a community of old and new, more mature homes and acreages with horses and other animals mixed with more modern housing tracts. Nestled between the cities of Murrieta and Lake Elsinore, Wildomar officially became a city on July 1, 2008, at that time home to about 28,000 residents. Wildomar had been an outpost for the pony express for the Butterfield Stage, and in the early part of this century, a stop for the Southern California Railroad.
To Benefit the Santa Plateau Nature Education Foundation
Educating, inspiring and empowering youth to appreciate, preserve and protect nature. Our unique approach of funding and developing hands-on environmental programs is designed to encourage creative and innovative projects that inspire and educate youth in our communities. Our goal is create the future generations of environmental stewards with an active understanding and love for the natural world.
Following the Brewfest, the Journey tribute band LIGHTS will perform at the venue. LIGHTS Performs the music of JOURNEY and more. Established in 2005, LIGHTS takes the audience on a musical JOURNEY, with unexpected historical stops in between. There is a separate admission price for the just the concert. If you attend the Brewfest, you can purchase tickets that get you into both events.
Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival
Celebrate great Craft Beer at the inaugural Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival. In honor of Southern California’s distinct and rich artisanal craft beer brewing culture, you are invited to join us for a great new Craft Brew Festival, featuring top local and regional Craft Breweries offering an amazing variety of Craft Beer styles to showcase their brewing expertise. We will be inviting some of the true legends of the Craft Beer world that are deeply rooted in the craft and had profound roles and influence as part of the grassroots movement that spawned the entire craft beer revolution.
Rooted in Nature is also the perfect name for this Festival as event proceeds will not only benefit the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation, but the essence of quality beer ingredients are directly rooted in Nature with fresh hops, grains, pure water and yeast. The amazing growth Craft Beer has been inspired by nature, and the ever expanding and incredible array of styles and flavors that continue to flourish are absolutely attributable to the introduction of robust ingredients primarily comprised of fruits, herbs and spices. The Rooted in Nature Brew Festival will promote and educate attendees on craft beer and the brew masters that create them, and is the perfect opportunity for beer geeks, beer lovers and beer beginners to speak to the brains behind the brews. It will also be an opportunity to discover and taste new brews and special “limited release” beers and ales.
The Rooted in Nature
Craft Brew Festival
is part of Craft Beer Week
Southwest Riverside County
from May 13-19, 2019
The Festival By the Numbers
The craft beer industry managed to pass another significant milestone in 2017, according to just-released statistics from the Boulder, CO-based Brewers Association. For the first time in the industry’s history, the total number of breweries in the U.S. passed 6,000, with more than 98% of those fitting the BA “craft beer” designation of small, traditional and independent.
“Craft brewers continue to thrive, if at a slower pace, fueled by a passionate community dedicated to bringing innovation, jobs and beer across America—on Main Street and beyond,” said Bart Watson, chief economist, Brewers Association. “Today, 83 percent of the population lives within 10 miles of a local brewery, meaning that the positive impact of breweries is being felt in communities all over the country.”
We Want to Hear from You
If you would like any information about becoming a sponsor, vendor or some other type of participant in our inaugural festival, give Herb a call at 714-264-0311 or just drop us an email and someone will get back to you. Thanks for your interest!