Disneyland was already considered the Happiest Place on Earth, but the news that it’s installing a brewery could make it all the more appealing to adults.

According to Thrillist, Disneyland will open a 7,300-square-foot Ballast Point Brewing, its first brewery, sometime before the end of 2018. It will be housed in Downtown Disney.

Disneyland, Anaheim California
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The brewery, Thrillist added, will consist of a bar and restaurant, which will feature a “taste of San Diego" foods, and a three-barrell “research and development” brewery.

For guests 21 and over, the brewery will feature a selection of Ballast Point’s biggest hits, like its Sculpin IPA and the Commodore American Stout, as well as "exclusive, custom, limited-edition beers" only available at Disney.

“As one of Southern California’s premier brewers, for the team at Ballast Point, we couldn’t be more honored to work with such an icon in our great state and become the first brewer at Downtown Disney,” Marty Birkel, president of Ballast Point Brewing, shared in a statement. “We hope SoCal locals and visitors alike will enjoy the wonderful atmosphere, seasonal cuisine, and good cheer (and beer) of our signature tap room experience that we plan to bring to Downtown Disney.”

But, if you’re not a beer drinker, Disneyland still has a few adult beverage options for you. California Adventure Park is home to a number of options, including Mendocino Terrace, where you’ll find a large variety of red and white wines. Or, grab a classic cocktail, like a Manhattan or a Gin Fizz, at Carthay Circle Lounge. Or, if you’re looking for more of a social scene then try the Cove Bar, where you can choose from a large menu of cocktails, wines, and beers.

Of course, if you’re swanky enough you could always grab a refreshment at Club 33, but that drink will cost you $25,000 a year.