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June 2016: The Month Of Awesome Beer Festivals

LA Beer Week

At this point, there’s a resonably sized beer festival every couple weeks in Los Angeles. Unfortunately for people that like good beer and well organized events, most of them are pretty lousy. Usually one look at the event page and brewery list can tell you whether they are serious about beer, or serious about gouging patrons. But there’s a few festivals in Southern California every year that are absolutely worth checking out. One of them



2015 in Review: 5 Awesome Beers That I Liked

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Its kind of standard practice for me to be late with posts these days. Maybe that should be my New Year’s Resolution this year – to not start every story with “I know I’m late but…” Better late than never I guess. Anyways – there were a lot of great beers in 2015 and here are 5 that I really liked. Smog City Brewing Co. – Infinite Wishes By this time last year, I had



GABF ’15 Snippets: Stem Ciders, Or Where I’ll Find My Wife If She Goes Missing

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While its been almost two months since the Great American Beer Festival there was one aspect of my trip to Denver that I’ve fully intended to write about but I’ve been unable to find the time to post. That place is Stem Ciders and outside of the Convention Center, it was probably the bar I spent the most time at during my 5 days in Colorado. This year my wife decided against getting a designated



The California Guide to Cask Days 2015

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Last year’s Cask Days festival was a real honor for me. Bar Volo and Cask Days are both very important pieces of my craft beer education and it was great to finally be able to connect my home city with my adoptive State of California. We made history by serving casks from craft legends like Stone, Sierra Nevada, Lagunitas and Ballast Point for the first time in Ontario and in some cases, the first time



GABF ’15 Snippets: LA’s Neighbors Make A Huge Splash at GABF Awards

As a craft beer fanatic, we encourage – and encourage others – to drink local. In a lot of cases that can mean drink as close to home as physically possible – something thats fairly easy in Los Angeles. Its hard to argue against a trip to Torrance where you can now go to four excellent locally owned breweries all within a few mile radius, or take a trip to Anaheim where you can hit up Noble,