For visitors 21 and over, the brewery will feature a bar, restaurant, outdoor beer garden, and more.
What would make Disneyland even better than the Happiest Place on Earth? Looks like a 678-square-meter brewery is the answer.
As reported by Thrillist, the theme park will be unveiling its very first brewery before the end of 2018, for visitors 21 and over.
Helmed by Ballast Point Brewing, it will consist of a bar and restaurant, San Diego-inspired foods, an outdoor beer garden, as well as a three-barrel research and development brewery.
Guests can look forward to a selection of Ballast Point’s most popular drinks, like its Sculpin IPA and the Commodore American Stout, as well as “exclusive, custom, limited-edition beers” only available at Disney.
Disneyland also has plenty of options for non-beer drinkers, when it comes to alcoholic beverages. For instance, the Medocino Terrace serves a large variety of red and white wines, while the Carthay Circle Lounge offers classic cocktails like the Manhattan or Gin Fiz.
So, if running around with the little ones and queueing for rides get a little tiresome, you know where to seek respite with a pint or two.
More information here.