Patrick Rue May have left Orange County for St. Helena to open Erosion Wine but he hasn’t left beer behind.
Now, he is in the planning stages for a small brewery, also named Erosion. And they will be next door so your wine friends can have their place and the beer friends will have their hang out.
Read more about it right HERE.
If the banner post wasn’t enough of a hint, this blog will be covering the 2017 version of L.A. Beer Week which is coming in just over a month, A LOT.
Here is a recent tidbit to whet the appetite….
Before the main event at the Brewbound – Brew Talk at Golden Road. A diverse panel of speakers covering three sectors of the craft beer ecosystem were called to the podium to talk about the State of Beer in Los Angeles.
Included were Anne Conness the chef for Simmzy’s, Jace Milstead the beer guru for Ace Distribution and Jeff Sapsford from Sunset Beer.
Here are some tidbits from their talk (in no particular order of importance).
You have to “earn” the privilege of pouring special beers. You don’t get the uber rare beer if you don’t support the rest of a breweries beers.
It would be great to go to signature L.A. landmarks and see signature L.A. beers served there.
You have to have IPA’s on at least 1/3 of your taps.
If you are brewing beer, two key things: Consistency and Availability.
Seems like anyone who gets fired decides to open a brewery.
Be a part of the market.
On Food GPS tomorrow, what I took away from business discussion between The Bruery and Golden Road.
The Bruery and Cigar City are planning to do a collaboration brew!
The possibilities seem limitless.