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- Ganjaman La Loyola Beer fest 2016 Single by La Loyola on Apple Music
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- February 4, 2023
This yearly celebration of Los Angeles beer, bars, breweries, homebrewers, restaurants, eateries, food trucks, and beer drinkers has evolved into one of the best celebrations of beer culture in southern California. From Long Beach to Pomona to Gorman, the expansive and densely populated county of Los Angeles has become a destination for beer geeks far and wide. General Admission includes unlimited samples from over 80 breweries, plus live music and access to food trucks. Fullmer has built a reputation in the craft beer community for helping built branding for many popular breweries including Alameda’s Faction Brewing and Sacramento’s Bike Dog Brewing. Nowell explains that when it came to the bottle concept, Fullmer had full reign. For those looking to pick up some vegan-friendly gear at the festival, there will also be a pop-up marketplace featuring local vendors with clothing, ceramics, craft goods and more.
Sign up for our newsletter to enjoy the best stuff out there – it doesn’t cost a thing. The second location of LA’s 1921 classic railroad themed restaurant, Pacific Dining Car serves up select aged prime beef, aged on site, that offers the perfect complement to your brew tasting afternoon. Located just blocks from Los Angeles Center Studios, dinner here is just a quick walk from the event. Located on the Center Studios property, Flix Cafe is a good option for breakfast or a pre-festival lunch .
Beer Week was brewed with the help of members of the Los Angeles County Brewers Guild and will be available on draught and in 22-ounce bottles. With the recent surge in new breweries around L.A. And neighboring counties, there will be plenty of great local options you can look forward to sampling. Some of the highlights include Three Weavers, Smog City, Monkish, Macleod, Ladyface Alehouse, Solarc and The Bruery. You’ll also see out-of-town favorites like Pizza Port, Ommegang, 21st Amendment, Bear Republic, Boneyard and Allagash.
VCBW aims to create events that celebrate the differences in us all. We welcome the inclusion of all people, including those of all races, cultures and nationalities, and those of all sexual orientations, gender expressions and gender identities. All of our attendees, staff, volunteers, and vendors are free to enjoy our events in safety and acceptance. Serving It Right rules apply at all VCBW events, remember to drink responsibly, and be sure to plan a safe way home. As well, VCBW and Feaster actively acknowledge that our event takes place on the unceded, occupied, ancestral and traditional lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm , Skwxwú7mesh and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. Moving forward, at all gatherings, we will acknowledge these unceded territories of our First Nation communities.
Last year’s event was a smashing success, and we can’t wait to fire up the grill for another round. It’s all going down at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, July 30, from 3 to 7 p.m. By combining delicious beer with incredible food, cutting edge arts, music and craft culture, the weeklong event captures the very essence of Vancouver and what it is we all love about our city.” By making the event one-day-only, all efforts can be focussed on making sure it is the very best it can be.
Sample craft brews and chow down on vegan eats when the yearly celebration of all things vegan returns to the Rose Bowl this June. Vegan Beer & Food Fest kicks off June 18, 2016, and we’ve got the low-down on the delicious brews and special bites in store for you this time around. The festival will give you the chance to enjoy unlimited sips from over 90 breweries—more than double last year’s offerings—including atlantic city beer and music festival 2017 plenty of local brewers and popular, small-batch producers from elsewhere. There will also be over 60 popular food trucks, vendors and restaurants with vegan options for sale, as well as live music and a craft fair. New this year will be the addition of a cold brew and craft soda tent. General admission tickets are $50, which will get you a 4-ounce glass and unlimited pours starting at noon.