Owner John Porter moves to a new facility to increase his production and expand into the retail market.
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With the discount for designated drivers, you can technically do 'em both.
The new brew is named after the local blogger behind Beers in Paradise.
George Zolbein's Eastside Beer was the city's most successful until Pabst bought and shelved it.
A twelve-hour day finds new beers and several caterers collaborating in Downtown.
Head brewer Jeff Parker was originally the mastermind behind Strand Brewing Co.
Two new beers from The O.C. brewers will premier, including a collaboration with Beachwood.
The Long Beach gastro-pub will honor Southern California's best breweries.
The brewery will attempt to create a better IPA that stays sessionable.
The rare triple IPA makes it appearance on a first-come, first-served basis this afternoon.
Brett Wilson and Tomas Sidenfaden are parlaying their wins at pro-am competitions into one of the Westside's sole tasting rooms and breweries.
Available in both an aged and standard issue style, the price may be too beaucoup for casual beer drinkers.
Jon Carpenter will oversee recipe development and production as the reinvented brewery seeks growth in the world of craft beer.
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
The Surly Goat owner predicts big things for what was once considered a "wasteland."
Last year, the five-hour showcase of 40 curated brewers and Paso Robles restaurants sold out quickly.
The Long Beach brewpub will explore the range of dark ales in bottle and on tap.
The leatherneck owner is working on it, and also expanding across the country.
The bourbon barrel-aged Russian Imperial Stout is another well-coveted once-a-year release.
The 7,000 square-foot cellar is now open for tours and tastings on the weekend.