It is good to see the HopSaint logo on a can. South Bay Bubble IPA, is yet another El Segundo collaboration. For all those who live in their own bubble. There will be a release party at the El Segundo taproom on Thursday, October 17th.
Tortilla Cantina in the Old Torrance neighborhood will play host to the 5th South Bay Tap Takeover, appropriately enough on the 5th of September. 45 taps of beers from one of the busiest sections of the L.A. brewing scene will be on tap along with a mega collaboration IPA, Better Sweater Weather that was created by a group of 20+ breweries and cideries in the area.
In the face of this months bad news when it comes to gender and beer, I am heartened by the fact that the L.A. Beer Hop has two weekends of female-centric beer tours set for March.
And I hope they do them all year long!
Tomorrow, the Food GPS “Where to go for Craft Beer” series returns with a survey of the South Bay. Previously, I took a look at Downtown LA and at the Hollywood area. As a travel guide for those who either are new to Los Angeles or native Angeleno’s who want to explore out of the area that they live or work in.
Those first two “neighborhoods” as it were are pretty easy to identify. They have boundaries that are pretty well set. And so does the South Bay, but people (like me) from the Glendale area may not know what those boundaries are per se.
So to prepare for my picks, here is a handy map detailing where we will be headed tomorrow…..
As always, if you have suggestions that I missed. Let me know. My list of craft beer places is long but I want to be as informed as possible and will add even more.