World Cup Alpine Village style

i-474ad3f83c22c19a821a77094df1299a-AV_crowd2.jpgAlpine Village rocks as Germany plays Argentina

Alpine Village near Torrance in the South Bay of Los Angeles is big.

Spacious wooden dance floor. Loooong bar. Upstairs faux Alpine loft. Frauleins pulling drafts. Big.

It was packed Saturday. An estimated 1,000 near delirious beer-sodden German soccer fans saw their team emphatically defeat Argentina 4-0 to reach the World Cup semifinals. How busy was it? They ran out of 22oz glasses. Prost!

Game story.

Oh, and Spain ended underdog Paraguay’s World Cup aspirations. And Spain still haven’t hit their stride yet. Game story.


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South Bay-based Los Angeles News Group soccer columnist and blogger Nick Green writes at the 100 Percent Soccer blog at and craft beer at the Beer Goggles blog at Cheers!