If you’re one of those people who see the craft beer industry and now legal marijuana industry converging then you may want to suck back King Harbor Brewing Company’s latest creation: Lupoline IPA.
It’s an ultra-smooth IPA, but also shares some characteristics with marijuana.
Oft-overlooked Cosmic, sandwiched between Monkish Brewing and Smog City on Del Amo Boulevard in Torrance, holds an almost free one-year birthday bash.
Cosmic is requesting attendees bring an unwrapped new toy for a child at the Long Beach Millers Hospital cancer ward or dog beds or toys for the Carson, Downey and South LA animal shelters.
Here’s more from the press release:
Sierra Nevada’s annual Beer Camp is America’s largest craft beer festival, with events in 8 cities across the country this June.
In the spirit of collaboration, every single brewery in America is invited to pour their signature brews for free.
Beer Camp Long Beach will bring hundreds of craft beers, the city’s best food trucks, and live music. Attendees will join brewers and beer drinkers alike to celebrate the craft beer community in southern California, and the fierce spirit of collaboration across the beer industry.
In about an hour as a matter of fact at noon when Phantom Carriage opens. The brewery describes the brew as a New Wave West Coast IPA brewed with a German Pilsner base and a 6.7% abv.
Is there a little Kurt Russell in it do you think? Or is this an NFL-themed release? (wink, wink).