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Monkish Quietly Releases a Rare Bird and an Old Favorite

Rara Avis

If you caught the recent profile of Monkish founder Henry Nguyen in LA Weekly, you get a pretty fantastic picture of how the brewer approaches his business. Henry is a very low-key personality shying away from crowded festivals and has a distaste for marketing and promotion. In many ways it seems that Nguyen would prefer to stay below the radar rather than compete with the staggering expectations that popular breweries have to face. So it should come



A Year In Beer: 2014 via Instagram

A Year In Beer

The end of the year calls for a lot of ‘best of’ lists and reflection on the previous twelve months. While considering what kind of content I was going to post on CaskAleLA to commemorate 2014 I went through my instagram feed as a way to remind myself of the year and realized that those photos are simply the best and most honest way to reflect on 2014. I’ve broken down the year month by month and chosen an



Drinking On A Monday: Monkish Brewing’s Selah

Drinking on a Monday is a short column where I share that one bottle that I open after the most dreadful of all weekdays. Continuing with my spring of saisons featured in this column, I could probably fill the next month with all the new releases from Monkish. I’m not sure whats going on down there in Torrance, but Henry’s pushing out new beers at a pretty alarming rate these days, and with three new saisons