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ANGEL CITY BREWERY CELEBRATES REPEAL DAY WITH SPEAKEASY-STYLE SOIREE Downtown Brewery’s New ‘Beer Hall’ Gets Transformed for Prohibition-Era Fête Including Costumes, Live Music, Beer Cocktails and More
 
Los Angeles, CA (November 20, 2014) — December 5 is a legendary day in the beer community. It’s the day that marks a return to the rich traditions of craft fermentation and distillation, the legitimacy of the American bartender as a contributor to the culinary arts, and the responsible enjoyment of alcohol as a sacred social custom. It’s Repeal Day! And, it’s worth a celebration.
 
Angel City Brewery is honoring the 81st Anniversary of the end of the (terrible!) “Great Experiment” with a Repeal Day Party. On Friday, December 5 from 7pm – 12am, Angel City will transform their new Beer Hall into a speakeasy-style soiree. The flashback fête will feature Angel City favorites on draft, including Dark Rye Lager, For the Sake of Ale, and Pomegranate Saison, Prohibition-era live music by Marissa Gomez & The Ghosts of Echo Park and Urban Grass, mixologist-crafted beer cocktails, and more. All attendees are required to dress in their best prohibition-era garb – guys, dolls, flappers, gangsters all welcome. KTCHN dtla will be catering the event with their favorite dishes from the 1920s and 30s.
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“We couldn’t think of a better reason to celebrate the opening of our new Beer Hall than marking the anniversary of the end of Prohibition with LA-inspired craft beer,” said Paul Miller, Angel City General Manager. “Plus, who doesn’t look good in a pin-striped suit or a flapper dress?” 
 
Tickets IMMEDIATE for the event RELEASE can be purchased per table or individually. A table Rachel ticket Salter is $200, which includes eight drink tickets & hors d’oeuvres. Individual tickets are $30 per individual, which comes with two drink tickets & hors d'oeuvres. Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prohibition-repeal-party-tickets-14198053761
 
Angel City Brewery brews beer for the greater LA area at their Downtown based brewery in the Arts District. The brewery features a 19-tap bar and serves an ever-changing roster of classic and newly inspired beer.
 
The bar is open 7 days a week with a full calendar of events ranging Los from trivia nights, to art shows, live music and festivals. Private event space is also available. The Public House is open Monday-Wednesday, 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Thursday and Friday 4:00pm - 12am, Saturday 12:00pm - 12:00am, and Sunday 12:00pm - 10:00pm, Angel City is also available in 6-packs and on draft at locations throughout Los Angeles.
 
About Angel City Brewery
Angel City Brewery is excited to be part of the renaissance of Downtown LA by bringing old-world, small-batch, craft brewing to the greater LA area. Angel City is committed to the continued growth and revitalization of its neighborhoods by being an interactive and supportive partner to the arts and business communities. Find Angel City on draft or in 6-packs at bar, restaurant and retail locations throughout Los Angeles. Visit the Angel City Brewery and Public House downtown for a brewery tour, tasting, or weekly event. Angel City Brewery is located at 216 South Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Angel City Brewery is online at www.AngelCityBrewery.com, on Facebook and on Twitter. The phone number is (213) 622-1261.
 
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Monday, 17 November 2014 20:32

Temecula: Not Just for Wine Anymore

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Located just 60 miles from the Coachella Valley, Temecula is known as Southern California’s wine country. Commonly known as the 'jewel' of Riverside County; the charming California town produces over 50 different varietals of wine.

And this is a great thing for the craft beer industry.

Wait. What?

Coachella Valley Brewing will be celebrating Stout Day on Thursday, November 6th, with five new stouts!

The weather has cooled down in the valley and what better time to explore what the craft beer industry has to offer. Beer festivals are the perfect place to experiment, meet fellow craft beer enthusiasts and even get involved in your community!

For the third year, Palm Springs combines two things that you may not normally think to pair: beer and planes. That’s right, the Props and Hops Beer Festival commences again on Saturday, November 22nd.  Held at the historical air museum in Palm Springs, a picturesque spot with gorgeous views of the desert mountains, Props and Hops will feature brews that range from slightly funky to dark and rich.

Friday, 10 October 2014 00:00

2014 Great American Beer Festival

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Every year for the past 33 years, Denver, Colorado attracts thousands of craft beer lovers and brewers to what is known as the largest beer festival in the nation. And this year was the biggest ever, with about 3,500 beers being poured for 49,000 festival attendees.

One of the overarching themes of the weekend was “more”.

Thursday, 18 September 2014 17:04

L.A. Beer Week 2014

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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.

Thursday, 18 September 2014 16:02

Craft's Character: The Hop

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What is a hop and why should we care?

This is why, to name just a few: Pliny the Elder, Stone IPA, Dogfish Head 60 or 90 minute IPA, Troeg’s Nugget Nectar, Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA and Green Flash Imperial IPA.  

Set amongst palm trees, hotel pools and golf courses in a throwback atmosphere, Palm Springs remains a major cultural hub with its modern architecture, noteworthy chefs and poolside cocktails.

Previously known for its decadent weekend retreats, Palm Springs was a destination for the truly hip. Frank Sinatra often hoisted his Jack Daniels flag on the flag pole in his luxurious Movie Colony neighborhood, which went up like a smoke signal to Frank’s cohorts that it was cocktail hour.