REVIEW: California Craft Brews’ Triple B Cocktail is a Syrupy Nightmare at the 2020 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival

If you’re looking for different beer options to try while at the 2020 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival, look no further than the California Craft Brews Marketplace. True to its name, this booth has two beer flights for guests to try, along with other beer and wine selections. Or, if that’s not your thing, you can’t go wrong with pizza egg rolls.

California Craft Brews Marketplace at Disney California Adventure 2020 Food & Wine Festival

Menu for California Craft Brews Marketplace at Disney California Adventure 2020 Food & Wine Festival

Food:

  • Pepperoni Pizza Egg Rolls – $7.00

Beverages:

  • 🆕 Triple B Cocktail with Beer, Bourbon and Berries (Alcoholic) – $13.00
  • 🆕Beer Flight – Fun with Flavor -$15.00
    • Mother Earth Orange Vanilla Cali Creamin’ Ale
    • Black Market Cucumber Sour
    • Golden Road Strawberry and Pomegranate Balboa Blonde Ale
    • Aftershock Guavaaah! Hazy Pale Ale
  • 🆕Beer Flight – Bigger & Bolder – $15.00
    • Bootlegger’s Rocco Red Ale
    • Stereo Perfect Day IPA
    • Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing Hazy IPA
    • Karl Strauss® Wreck Alley Imperial Stout
  • 🆕Backstreet La Calleja Mexican-style Lager – $11.75
  • 🆕Boomtown Ingenue Belgian White – $11.75
  • 🆕Divine Science Event Horizon Blonde (Gluten-Friendly) – $11.75
  • 🆕JuneShine Acai Berry Hard Kombucha (Gluten-Friendly) – $13.50
  • 🆕Meiomi, Rosé, California – $10.00
  • 🆕MacMurray Ranch, Pinot Noir, Central Coast – $12.00
  • 🆕Joel Gott, Cabernet Sauvignon, California – $13.00

Photos of Menu Items from California Craft Brews Marketplace at Disney California Adventure 2020 Food & Wine Festival

Pepperoni Pizza Egg Rolls – $7.00

california craft brews dca food and wine festival 2019

california craft brews dca food and wine festival 2019

The first thing we thought when we saw these rolls come out was “that’s it?” They are very small in size, which was a little disappointing for the price. However, we really liked them as a concept. They tasted a little like Totino’s Pizza Rolls, which can be good or bad depending on how you feel about Pizza Rolls. The sauce was a nice touch and paired really well with the rolls. Even though we think there should be three rolls for the price, we would still recommend giving these a try.

*NEW* Triple B Cocktail with Beer, Bourbon and Berries (Alcoholic) – $13.00

We’ve tried our fair share of syrupy cocktails at this year’s festival, but none so bad as the Triple B. It tastes like concentrated berry syrup and is likely the most gross thing we’ve had all day.

Even if you do like fruity beers, do yourself a favor and avoid this overly sweet, syrupy beer monstrosity.

Did you try any of the beer or wine offerings? Which was your favorite?