“Be Our Guest,” which opens Nov. 19,  is to serve alcohol and is causing a debate in the Disney community as to why has the ban on alcohol been lifted at the most family orientated of the Walt  Disney’s World parks.

“As part of the overall theming, we wanted to offer wine that enhances the guest experience and complements the French-inspired cuisine,” beverage director Stuart McGuire told the Disney Parks Blog. “The wines focus primarily on France’s famous wine-growing regions, including Champagne, Alsace, Loire, Rhone, Burgundy and Bordeaux.

“We’ll also offer the leading French beer, Kronenbourg 1664,” said McGuire. “And, staying in the general region, we’ll also offer Belgian beers.”

Previews of the new Fantasyland, which has already debuted a few attractions, begin in November, prior to its grand opening on Dec. 6.