Disney California Adventure is getting ready to party as the Disney 100 celebration arrives with a new line of booze including hard ice cream floats, tequila cocktails, watermelon margarita, spiked kombucha, bourbon lemonade, blueberry mead and locally brewed beer is ready.
Disneyland’s food and beverage team will be rolling out nearly 30 craft cocktails and beers on Monday, January 9, ahead of the Disney100 Party, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of Disney animation. Some of the beers and cocktails that debut Monday at DCA are part of a seasonal rotation that will replace the departing Christmas items after the holiday season ends on Sunday, January 8th.
The Disney 100 celebrations officially kick off on January 27th with new rides, fireworks shows and nightly spectaculars.
Disneyland famously served no alcohol to the general public for decades at the direction of the park’s founder, Walt Disney. Things changed when Edge opened. Disneyland has since added alcohol to the Blue Bayou in New Orleans Square. Prior to these changes, Private Club 33 was the only location serving alcohol at Disneyland.
Disney California Adventure has been serving alcohol since its debut in 2001, when Disneyland’s sister park was positioned as an adult-oriented alternative to Disney’s original Anaheim theme park. Each year DCA hosts several popular festivals focused on food, beer, wine and cocktails.
The full Disney 100 food and beverage menu for Disney California Adventure is expected to be announced closer to the start of the year-long celebration.
Here’s the full list of new alcoholic beverages debuting at DCA on Monday.
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Mango Hard Float — Mango cart beer with mango sorbet and diced mango — $16
Lemon Raspberry Hard Float — Lemon Raspberry Cider, Lemon Sorbet, Fresh Raspberry Garnish — $16
Spicy Paloma — Tequila, Fresh Grapefruit, Serrano Simple Syrup, Sprite Topping, Tamarind Chamoy Lime — $16
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La Bodega Highway 72 Corche Style — $13.25
Dragon fruit shochu mule — shochu, dragon fruit syrup, lime juice, ginger ale, served with dragon fruit — $16
Margarita Flight — Watermelon, Cucumber, Mango Margarita with Chili Lime Seasoning — $18
Watermelon Margarita — Tequila, Lime Juice, Triple Sec, Watermelon Syrup, Sour Mix, Chili Lime Seasoning — $17
Mango Margarita — Tequila, Lime Juice, Triple Sec, Mango Syrup, Sour Mix, Chili Lime Seasoning — $17
Cucumber Margarita — Tequila, Lime Juice, Triple Sec, Cucumber Syrup, Sour Mix, Chili Lime Seasoning — $17
Rad Beer Co. Raceout, Dan IPA — $12
Rad Beer Co. Raceout, Dan IPA Michelada — Chili Lime Seasoning and Lime Garnish — $14
Two Coast Brewing Co. Saint Father Festbier — $13.25
North Coast Brewing Red Seal Ale (Nitro) — $13.25
Stone Brewing Imperial Stout — $13.25
Golden Road Brewing Christmas Cart Wheat Ale — $12
Brewery X Happy Holihaze Blood Orange Hazy IPA — $13.25
Stereo Brewing Love Buzz Coffee Amber Ale — $13.25
Sierra Nevada Celebration Fresh Hop IPA — $12
Yalesmith Brewing Nuts Brown Ale — $12
Ficklewood Ciderworks Bramblebark — $14.75
Genestine Hard Kombucha Acai Berry — $13.25
Allagash Brewing Curieux Bourbon Barrel Aged Golden Ale — $14.75
Bottlelogic Expresso Stout Pumpkin Spice Latte Stout — $12
Pacific Wharf Cafe
Firestone 805 — $11
Pym Tasting Lab
New Belgium Brewing Company Voodoo Ranger Juice Force Hazy Imperial IPA — $12
Bambucha Blueberry Vanilla Hard Kombucha Mango Wheat Ale — $12
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Sequenched Sour Ale — $12
Pym Tasting Kitchen
Four Suns Brewing Surf City Pale Ale — $12.00
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Bourbon Sweet Lemonade Tea — Jack Daniel’s, Black Tea, Lemonade, Honey and Lemon Wedge — $15.50
Honest Abe Blueberry Mead — $13.25
Pabst Blue Ribbon Lager — $10.75
Karl Strauss Brewing Co. Mosaic IPA — $12
Bootleggers Rocco Red Ale — $12.00
Blue Raspberry Cocktail — $16.50