St. Patrick’s Day is a notable day to drink beer, but which beer is the question.
Do you go the traditional route with a Guinness Stout or do you stick with your usual brew, perhaps a Corona even a — gasp! — Coors Light?
We’ve chosen 16 beers based on U.S. St. Patrick’s Day sales and/or popularity in Ireland, and left it to you to choose which one is the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day beer.
Every few days, we’ll tally the votes and narrow the field until there’s a single winner.
Ready? Click here to vote.
The Taste of Brews festival is returning to Riverside’s White Park on Saturday, May 25.
Participating breweries haven’t been announced and scheduled food trucks have yet to be determined, but early bird tickets are on sale now.
Tickets are available in both three- and four-hour sessions, with a 15% discount available for groups of six or more, and right now there’s a special discount on the four-hour session tickets.
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With a tap takeover Saturday dubbed the LA Total Tap Takeover, featuring LA regional breweries on all 12 taps, including the newest entrant into the thriving Torrance craft beer scene, Dudes’ Brewing Company.
It’s the first in a series of tasting events over the next week or so Dudes has planned at a variety of South Bay locations (more info on their Facebook page above). Here’s the story the Torrance-based Daily Breeze published about Select Beer around this time last year.
By the way dudes, is it just a coincidence “The Big Lebowski” turns 15 years old this week?
Tickets are available now for the Chino Brew & Chew, which will bring together breweries and food trucks from across the Southland in a fundraiser for Soroptimist International of the Chino Valley.
The event will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. (with VIP admission at noon) Sunday, March 24, at the Chino Fairgrounds, 5410 Edison Ave.
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