Driftwood At Doheny State Beach Reveals Official Festival Beer ‘Driftwood Blonde’

Driftwood at Doheny State Beach returns to Orange County this Veterans Day Weekend, bringing top country music acts, California-focused craft beer, and top notch BBQ to Dana Point on Saturday, November 11th and Sunday, November 12th.

With a heavy emphasis on supporting local breweries, the festival will feature over 100 craft beers, some of the best BBQ in the region, and a full day of music with headliners Chase Rice and Kip Moore, plus newly added performers Mark MacKay and Gethen Jenkins, along with Frankie Ballard, Dan + Shay, Maddie and Tae, RaeLynn (whose “WildHorse” album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart earlier this year), and more…

In addition to a diverse selection of participating breweries, the festival will host its very own ale, Driftwood Blonde, created for specifically for the event. Driftwood collaborated with the brewmasters at south Orange County brewery Artifex Brewing for the beer, which is a 5.5% Honey Blonde Ale. Driftwood Blonde goes down smooth and crisp with hints of honey, is the color of gold and it tastes like sunshine! Driftwood Blonde will be available exclusively at Driftwood at Doheny State Beach.

In honor of Veterans Day weekend, the festival is offering a discounted $89 2-day ticket and $45 single-day ticket for active and retired military, as well as their family members. The military ticket includes Early Entry Admission and a complimentary roundtrip shuttle between Doheny State Beach and the Outlets at San Clemente.

General Admission and VIP tickets are available for purchase at www.DriftwoodFest.com. All tickets include craft beer tasting and access to view the music stage.

For the most up-to-date information on KFRG presents Driftwood at Doheny State Beach, please visit their website at www.DriftwoodFest.com and follow them on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


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