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  1. What’s in our Bruers’ Cellars? Part 3 with Matt Olesh

    For the month of December, we're taking a closer look at cellaring & aging beer. So far it sounds like we have some serious gueuze and lambic fans, and given our trip to Belgium earlier this year, it's no wonder the enthusiasm for these beers is spreading among us.Matt Olesh may be someone you know from previous beer trades or our very own Tasting Room. Here's what he has in his ever-expanding cellar.Check out the rest of our Bruers' cellars:What's in our Bruers' Cellars? Part 1 with Benjamin WeissWhat's in our Bruers' Cellars? Part 2 with Matt BeckerWhat's in our Bruers' Cellars? Part 4 with Andrew BellWhat's in our Bruers' Cellars? Part 5 with Cambria Griffith
  2. Getting our Feet Wet. In Hops?

    We love our little pilot brew system. In case we aren't doing anything crazy on our regular system (which in itself is a crazy notion) we have a strapping little 3 bbl babe system beckoning us to fill it with our weirdest, most experimental, beer dreams, fantasies, and small collabs.For almost any brewery in So Cal, (wait, let's just go with ALL of CA) brewing with a boatload of hops is increasingly common. And that's one of the things we love about our sunshine state -- we have some of the world's best hoppy beers made right in our own backyard. All. The. Time.That's all the more reason we made the promise years ago to leave this beautiful beer style to the numerous breweries near and far that are doing a tremendous job making world-class IPAs. And all the more…

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