DLBA’s Third Annual Promenade Beer & Wine Festival Set to Be a Gastro-Party for the Books

promenadeWhile tickets for the Downtown Long Beach Associates’ (DLBA) third annual Promenade Beer & Wine Festival were made available on September 3, the lineup of breweries, wineries and restaurants that will fill the promenade was released last week. The food and drink vendors will flock to spots between First and Third Streets to celebrate a gastro-party for the books on Saturday, October 10.

“DTLB doesn’t just hold a small bit of options for beer lovers—it’s become a mini-mecca of sorts and a deeply respected hot spot of hops among many in the brewing industry,” said Gina Dartt, Marketing & Special Events Manager for the DLBA, in a statement. “From Beachwood’s dominating the Great American Beer Fest to restaurants and gastropubs straying away from macro beers in favor of local brews, this event reflects and celebrates that love of the craft.”

Produced in proud partnership with Beachwood BBQ & Brewing, the DLBA invites all to celebrate the growth of wine bars and craft beer brewed and loved in Long Beach, set alongside the city’s diverse array of culinary options.

Live music from local bands, a free bicycle valet, art classes and more will make up the lively, festive scene akin to DLBA-thrown parties. See below for the full lineup of breweries, wineries and culinary options participating to date:

Beachwood BBQ & Brewing
Kinetic Brewing Co
MacLeod Ale Brewing Co
Timeless Pints
Pizza Port
Monkey Paw Brewing
South Park Brewing Co
Firestone Walker Brewing Co
Mission Brewery
The Bruery
Noble Ale Works
Drakes Brewing Co
Phantom Carriage
Bottle Logic Brewing
Congregation Ales
Belmont Brew Co
Rock Bottom Brewery

Acension Cellars
August Ridge
Navarro Vineyards
Vinemark Cellars
Angelini Trading
Hillside Wine & Spirits
Firestone Vineyards
The Wine Bar
Foley Family Wines
Pietra Santa
Albert Bichot
Five O’Clock Wine Bar

Pier 76 Fish Grill
Beachwood BBQ & Brewing
Big Catch Seafood
L’Opera Ristorante
The Sky Room
Café Sevilla
Michael’s Pizzeria
Sweet Dixie Kitchen
The Breakfast Bar
Parkers Lighthouse
Gaucho Grill
Auld Dubliner

You can purchase tickets here, until they’re sold out, that is. 

Image courtesy of the DLBA.

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Asia Morris has been with the Long Beach Post for five years, specializing in coverage of the arts. Her parents gave her the name because they wanted her to be a world traveler and they got their wish. She has obliged by pursuing art, journalism and a second career as a competitive cyclist.