O.C.’s Beer Boom: Beer Gardens Worth Checking Out

Salty Bear Brewing in Costa Mesa; Photograph by Emily J. Davis

Editor’s Note: This story was compiled before and during stay-at-home orders. Things are changing regularly and might have shifted since we printed this list. Please be sure to check with the brewery about hours and restrictions before you visit.

Backstreet Brewing, Anaheim
Not far from Angel Stadium, a spacious patio provides a pleasant spot to pre-game.

Bootlegger’s Brewery, Fullerton
Outdoor beer garden is about twice the size of the indoor space, with games and plenty of seating.

Bruery Terreux, Anaheim
Patio is expansive and has some misters for those very hot days.

GameCraft Brewing, Laguna Hills
Living up to its name, the brewery’s outdoor area has plenty of patio games.

TAPS Brewery and Barrel Room, Tustin
Patio games and lots of space to have a seat for conversation.

Gunwhale Coastal Ales, Costa Mesa
True to the theme of the branding, the brewery’s patio is rustic yet pleasing.

Salty Bear Brewing, Costa Mesa
Impressive outdoorsy decor and a patio with plenty of nature vibes.

Tustin Brewing Co., Tustin
A spacious covered patio with some greenery around the perimeter.

Unsung Brewing Co., Anaheim
Space is shared with a couple of other units, but it’s swank and comfortable.

Head to orangecoast.com/beerboom for more from this feature.

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