Third Street at Pine Avenue was crowded with beer lovers who came out for the first annual event, which included dancing, music and lots of beer.
The Post’s resident beer guru Sarah Bennett sat down with Dennis Trilles of Craft Beer Long Beach and Hi-Lo editor Steve Lowery to talk about the city’s world-class breweries.
Here are four local events to get you started
In just three years, Latinx-focused homebrew club SoCal Cerveceros, has grown to include more than 130-plus brewers.
Owner Jason Van Fleet knows that Dutch’s spot on a list of the country’s fastest-growing breweries is more than a little misleading.
Brouwerij West’s specialty release cans are works of art in the truest sense of the term.
The award-winning San Diego-based brewery, Ballast Point, known fondly for its Sculpin IPA, of which several experimental variations have become notable hits, including the popular Grapefruit Sculpin and other innovative dives into fruity flavors, is opening a brewpub in Long Beach.
Beachwood BBQ & Brewing brought home the silver medal for its imperial chocolate coffee porter Mocha Machine at the 2015 Great American Beer Festival.
Tickets for The Promenade Beer & Wine Festival will go on sale starting September 3, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) recently announced. To take place on Saturday, October 10, from 6:00PM to 10:00PM, the event is produced in partnership with the local craft beer experts of Beachwood BBQ & Brewing.
The seventh annual LA Beer Week is arriving early this year on Saturday, June 20 through Sunday, June 28, to complement the first several days of summer with a cold one, or two, or three or four. Here are five places celebrating LA Beer Week, Long Beach-style from uptown to downtown and as far away as the oft-forgotten East.