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Sonoma Terrace at the Golden Vine Winery at Disney California Adventure Park Highlights Craft Beers

posted on August 8th, 2013 by Pam Brandon, Disney Parks Food Writer


Shaded by the iconic cork tree for an al fresco glass of wine or craft beer is one of our favorite ways to spend a little late afternoon time at Sonoma Terrace at the Golden Vine Winery at Disney California Adventure park.

Now that World of Color picnics are no longer available, Sonoma Terrace is focusing on local California craft breweries, with more than 15 beer selections joining the lineup of California wines. Some of the country’s finest beer is brewed in California, and the Disneyland Resort Food & Beverage team has chosen the best of the best.

Local California Craft Brews Now Available at the Sonoma Terrace at Disney California Adventure Park

And beer aficionados will appreciate the diversity: India Pale Ale, American Amber, Imperial IPA, Imperial Oatmeal Stout, Belgian Golden, Belgian Abbey Ale, Pilsner, Porter, English Bitter, Red IPA, Amber Lager, Pale Ale, Rye IPA, Wheat Ale and Helles Lager are all on the menu, with knowledgeable servers to help you make a choice.

Charcuterie and Cheese Plate ETraditional Bavarian Pretzel

Unwind with a little charcuterie and cheese plate or a traditional Bavarian pretzel with specialty mustards (perfect with the craft beer) – the makings of a delightful afternoon or evening.

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1

James on August 8th, 2013 at 6:58 pm

Sorry to hear that World of Color picnics are no longer available. We enjoyed the light meal with the preferred seating very much!

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Jindy from CA on August 9th, 2013 at 1:26 am

The only thing better than the Disneyland Half Marathon is a cold beer after the race! Looking forward to an Amber Labor Day Weekend!!

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Nicole on August 9th, 2013 at 1:21 pm

Hung out here for a bit on Wednesday! Awesome location for a little r&r and a ice cold brew!

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Jean from VA on August 27th, 2013 at 1:45 pm

This is a great location to take a break and try a new brew. The pretzels aren’t quite traditional Bavarian – those have a very thick bottom portion and the twists taper out so that they are nice and crunchy, while the bottom part is nice and chewy. I really miss living in Germany and the wonderful pretzels or brezel. Of course my daughter is enamored of Mickey pretzels and didn’t want to try one.

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