Amber Waves of Grain Craft Beer Festival
All-American Riders is hosting the 2nd Annual Amber Waves of Grain Craft Beer Festival, designed to bring together craft beer lovers with Veterans. The community is invited to participate in the event to help raise funds for non-profit organizations directly supporting Veteran causes. The festival will take place on Saturday, November 4th, 2017 12:00 to 4:30 p.m. at The Shops at Dos Lagos.
This year, approximately 40 microbreweries will be supporting this event by donating all beer being poured. Purchase tickets online for a commemorative pint glass and entry into the beer garden with unlimited beer tastings! You can also stop by and enjoy the military parade, museum, historical re-enactments, and a veteran non-profit organization park for free!
A military parade will kick off the event at 12:00 p.m. This years participants include WWII, Korea and Vietnam veterans, historical and current military vehicles, Lake Elsinore High School Band, UCR Pipe and Drum Band, period cars, reenactment groups and much more.
A living Veteran history museum will be created where students, families and individuals can interact with a Pearl Harbor Survivor, an Iwo Jima Veteran, WWII Veterans, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans. This event has also partnered with the Library of Congress, as part of the Veterans History Project to interview and record personal accounts of our nations Veterans.
The event will also include a Veteran Organization Park featuring the Veterans Administration, Disabled American Veterans, Cal-Vets, Salvation Army Homeless Veteran Shelter, American Legion, VFW and numerous non-profit organizations directly supporting our veterans.
Stop by and visit several historical reenactment groups who will be on site to educate, entertain and recreate aspects of a specific military period in time from the Continental Marines, Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War I, World War II and the Vietnam War.
All proceeds will be distributed to non-profit organizations supporting Veterans. For more information about the festival visit www.AmberWavesofGrain.org.