In the early afternoon of September 26th 2009, I realized that Vincenzo Giammanco had pulled off exactly what southern California beer lovers have been thirsting for.
It was hot. The kind of hot where you just want to float in a lake with an ice, cold beer. The Irvine Lake wasn’t open for swimming or ‘beer floating’ as I like to call it, but luckily there was plenty of cold beer from Orange County and 60 other domestic and international brands.
Kid Rock is trying to help save the economy and the environment, one beer at a time. He debuted his American Badass Beer July 17th and 18th with his back to back concerts held at his native Detroit’s Comerica Park.
The California Beer Festival comes to beautiful Ventura, California on September 26th for a day in the sun and all the beer you can drink! The Beer Goddess is a proud sponsor.
Venice Beach is a great spot to visit to try some interesting and tasty brews. Abbott Kinney Blvd. and Main St. have emerged as a not-so-off-the-beaten-path destination for neighborhood locals.
As told on the movie’s website, Beer Wars begins as the corporate behemoths are being challenged by small, independent brewers who are shunning the status quo and creating innovative new beers.
Anacapa Brewery is a nice spot to taste some local brews and some scrumptious food. Enjoy some filet medallions, Channel Islands fish tacos, or the two story brewhouse burger, while quaffing on the Pierpont India Pale Ale or the Rye Pale Ale.