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Ten Mile Brewing invited us to a special Soft Opening before their Grand Opening on Sept 16th!
Here’s a quick video clip from Wednesday’s Meet Up at Public Beer Wine Shop.
Our 12th MeetUp circled us back to Congregation Ale House. This time around, the Brewer of Congregation Ales, Caleb, joined us and poured flights of beer for everyone all while describing each beer to the group. Thanks Travis, Caleb and April for allowing us to use your space and hosting another one of our events and thanks to everyone that joined us! See you at the next one.
Our 9th MeetUp brought us to Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits in Alamitos Bay. Thanks to everyone that joined us! Thanks to Chris @ BP for giving the group a peek inside the Brewery. As I mentioned in a past blog post, the Long Beach location is the home of Ballast Point’s sour beer program. They have been releasing things here and there, but the real stuff (not that the other’s aren’t real) can take years to ferment. If you take a peek into the brewery, you’ll see barrels stacked inside, that’s where all the longer aging beers are sitting. Those likely won’t be fully ready for some time.
If you’re interested in joining us for our next adventure, CLICK HERE and join our MeetUp Group!
Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
110 N Marina Dr
Long Beach, CA 90803
Interested in brewing your own beer but don’t have the space and/or don’t want to invest into all the equipment for it? Well, you’re in luck. When Dutch’s Brew House opens, which will be very soon, you’ll be able to create your own amazing handcrafted beer, bottle it, label it, and drink it!
How does it work? It’s easy.. Dutch’s has the recipes, ingredients and equipment. All you need to do is pick a recipe and the Brew Masters will guide you through the process of brewing it. Brewing takes some time, so be prepared to spend a few hours there. Don’t worry though, Dutch’s will also be pouring locally crafted beers in their tap room. So, you can drink (and eat) while you brew! After you’re done, your batch will ferment for X amount of days (depending what you’re brewing) at their facility. When it’s ready, you’ll return to bottle it, label it and eventually… DRINK IT! Have kids? Bring them.. They can also hand craft their own sodas!
Prices will vary depending on which recipe you choose and how much you want to brew. Perfect for special events or to enjoy at home by yourself and/or with friends.
Photos below were taken at a special event at the brewery a couple weeks ago.