Rincon Band almost ready to start brewing beer at casino eatery

The Harrah's Resort Southern California in Valley Center, California. Photo from Facebook

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians in California announced a $14 million casino expansion last month and one part of the project is already near completion.

SR-76 Beer Works at Harrah’s Resort Southern California is set to open by the end of the month, Valley Center Happenings reported. It will be the first tribally-owned brewery in the region.

"We want to supply world-class beer," brew master Brian Scott told the paper. The eatery plans to brew 3,000 kegs a year, the paper reported.

SR-76 Beer Works takes its name from State Road 76, which traces a historical migration path used by the tribe.

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