Disneyland Is Opening Its First Brewery And It Sounds Like The Happiest Place On Earth

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Disneyland Opening First Brewery Ballast Point

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Disneyland is about to make the Magic Kingdom a little more magical as they will be opening their very first brewery inside the park! Suddenly there’s a sweet, sweet light at the end of the grueling tunnel of walking for miles and chasing kids from one attraction to the next.

The new brewery, which will be located in Downtown Disney, will have a both bar and a restaurant that will serve what they’re calling a “taste of San Diego.”

According to Thrillist

Ballast Point Brewing will open a 7,300-square-foot location with a three-barrel “research and development” brewery, restaurant, and an outdoor beer garden for Disneyland visitors 21 and over. The taproom will feature Ballast Point staples such as Sculpin IPA, the Dorado, and the Commodore American Stout, as well as “exclusive, custom, limited-edition beers” only available sold at this location.

Ballast Point shared an artist’s rendition of what their new location will look like.

“We’re bringing Ballast Point to the happiest place on earth! That’s right, our next location is in the @downtowndisneydistrict at @disneyland in Anaheim, marking the first-ever on-site brewery for Disney. This incredible space will house a three-barrel R&D brewery, restaurant and beer garden. We can’t wait to bring our tasting room experience to this magical place, and we’ll keep you updated as the opening date nears.”

Cool, huh?

For those that aren’t big beer drinkers, Travel + Leisure points out this new brewery won’t be your only option for alcohol in and around the happiest place on earth.

California Adventure Park is home to a number of options, including Mendocino Terrace, where you’ll find a large variety of red and white wines. Or, grab a classic cocktail, like a Manhattan or a Gin Fizz, at Carthay Circle Lounge. Or, if you’re looking for more of a social scene then try the Cove Bar, where you can choose from a large menu of cocktails, wines, and beers.

Plus, if you are a serious high roller, you can also grab a drink over at Club 33… for $25,000 a year.


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