Once again, nearly 170 craft breweries will be invading our shores as the Californian Craft Beer Summit returns to Long Beach for 2020.
Constellation Brands has sold Ballast Point to suburban Chicago brewer Kings & Convicts amid more raised eyebrows.
Long Beach’s latest craft beer brewery, Trademark Brewing, will be celebrating its grand opening at 234 E. Anaheim St. after having soft opening days since June 29.
Liberation Brewing Company, the brewhouse in Bixby Knolls, is bringing quite the anniversary party for its first birthday.
After serving the Long Beach community for over 65 years, Oberjeurge Auto Repair will become the TrustedGut brewery.
Ambitious Ales, the brewery that took over the space formerly occupied by Tuttle’s in Bixby Knolls, will open its doors on Feb. 19
Everybody hail to the Pumpkin Song: “The Nightmare Before Christmas” Beer Festival aboard the Queen Mary will continue for two more weeks.
Long Beachers soak up local suds at Beer Fest.
If past summits and festivals are any indication, there will be a bit of everything for everyone across the beer spectrum.