As part of 21st Amendment’s launch events in Southern California (June 17th – June 20th ) and the run-up to LA Beer Week, brewmaster Shaun O’Sullivan has teamed up with his good friend Alexandra Nowell, the head brewer at Three Weavers Brewing Company in Inglewood, CA to produce a crisp and delicious watermelon Saison called “We Saw Them Coming.” The beer has the refreshing quality of a Belgian-style Saison and the unique and summery quality of real watermelon, and weighs in at 6.3% ABV.3weavers

Published in Beer News
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 16:24

Dear Los Angeles: Let Eagle Rock Brew!


If you love beer or Los Angeles, Please send this email or make this phone call today to support Eagle Rock Brewery in their permit hearing TODAY!!!

Dear Councilman Mitch O'Farrell staff Administrator's office: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone for Councilman O'Farrell office- (213) 473-7013.

I am a taxpayer and voter in Los Angeles, and member of the Maltose Falcons, the oldest home beer brewing club in America, with 300 members in Los Angeles.

Published in Beer News
Thursday, 18 September 2014 17:04

L.A. Beer Week 2014

For one week, local breweries, bars, restaurants and other venues host events celebrating the culture of craft beer in the Los Angeles community.

Eagle Rock's Unity, is the official beer of LA Beer Week. This collaborative beer, brewed with members of the L.A. County Brewers Guild, is a pale ale with California-grown Centennial and Gargoyle hops.

Published in The Beer Goddess Blog
Monday, 11 May 2009 01:02

Detour to El Prado

We arrived at the First Annual Craft Beer festival in Echo Park, Los Angeles an hour late on May 9th, and the line was down the block – and not moving. The doorman with the big, red goatee pulled us aside after hearing us inquire about the line. We asked if there was a cool local brew pub in the area, where we could possibly wait out the line. Feeling as if he didn’t want a lot of tourists or visitors bombarding his ‘joint’, he quickly looked us up and down before divulging the location. Apparently, we passed the cool factor test and he could tell we were far from tourists. He whispered that El Prado had some great craft beers.

Published in The Beer Goddess Blog