Full details about the Inland Empire craft brew festival can be found here.
Pasadena and Los Angeles breweries took home medals at the World Beer Cup this past weekend.
For more details, click here.
If you haven’t had an opportunity to visit Redondo Beach’s first craft brewery that opened last month, more information is here.
If you attended the inaugural battle of the casks last December at Smog City Brewing in Torrance you know what it was like to sample five distinctly different beers based on the brewery’s Bare Knuckle Porter.
Well, round two is upon us and this time the brewery’s excellent Amarilla Gorilla IPA is featured with a variety of unusual ingrdients including tea, wine juice and fruit purees.
Check out the recipes here.
Adam Gertler, from “The Next Food Network Star,” will host two panels featuring expert chefs and brewmasters including Cyrena Nouzille of Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie.
Tickets went on sale Monday and can be purchased here.
Ready for their closeup: Two of the three King Harbor Brewing co-owners, brewer Phil McDaniel and Tom Dunbabin, pose for Daily Breeze photographer Brad Graverson at their new brewery, which opens its doors to the public Saturday.
Read more about the South Bay’s newest craft brewery here.
Read about three more new breweries coming to the South Bay and Harbor Area here.
Here’s the menu.
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Underscoring the rapid growth of the craft beer industry in Southern California, Torrance’s Monkish Brewing Co., celebrates two years of serving Belgian-style ales this weekend.
For a historical perspective, check out the story that ran in the Torrance-based Daily Breeze two years ago.
And for more details on the weekend event, which includes food trucks and limited release beers, click here.
Craft beer! Ponies! Music!
Read more about the Big ‘Cap Craft Beer and Music Festival and the Southern California breweries taking part here.
Saturday marks the first opportunity for most local beer drinkers to sample the forthcoming offerings from soon-to-open King Harbor Brewing, Redondo Beach’s first craft brewery (and before anyone comments or emails, venerable Redondo Beach Brewing Co. is a brewpub, not a craft brewer).
Select Beer Store in Redondo Beach will showcase a selection of beers from the fast-growing South Bay and Los Angeles craft brew industry as you can see from the above graphic, including King Harbor, which just saw its first-ever keg of beer head out the brewery’s doors this week.