Students are letting out all over the country, Father’s Day is approaching, and the King’s are in the Cup. Here’s what’s coming up for the week of June 11th, 2012.
Go, Kings, Go!
Head to any local bar and pour one down to cheer on your local men’s figure skating champions.
Angel City Brewery’s Test Brew B is Being Served
The long shuttered Angel City Brewery is back in action under new owner Alchemy & Science, run by longtime beer veteran Alan Newman. Brewmaster Dieter Foerstner came from Gordon Biersch to brew for the Downtown LA based brewery. They’re soft-serving their new beer “Test Brew B” at select locations Downtown including Spitz and Weiland Brewery.
Eagle Rock @ Beer Belly
or Stone @ Far Bar
You’ve got two choices for tap takeovers: you can make your way into Koreatown for Beer Belly‘s “One Night Stand” with Eagle Rock Brewery or you venture Downtown for a Stone takeover at Far Bar, which includes a keg of Stone’s Ruination 10th Anniversary and Mixtape Vol. 1. Can’t go wrong either way.
Hangar 24 @ Mohawk Bend
Promising more rarities and special brews, Thursday is a great day to head to Mohawk Bend for their Hangar 24 night. They have yet to announce a taplist, but really, anything you try will be worth the trip to the always delicious Mohawk Bend.
Taps Brewery @ Sunset Beer Co
Over in Echo Park, Sunset Beer Co is hosting a Taps Brewery Night. No taplist to be found yet, but stay tuned.
Bikes, Brunch, Beer! The B3 Charity Bike Ride!
What could be better on a Saturday afternoon in mid-June than riding your bike to three of the best beer spots in Los Angeles? Maybe being shuttled around in an air conditioned bus, but that’s beyond the point.
On Saturday, you can bike and drink for charity! The B3 Ride charity bike tour will support the Pablove Foundation and will take you from Tony’s Darts Away, stop at Golden Road Brewing, and finish at Mohawk Bend, with each stop offering brunch and beverages.
38 Degrees Three Year Anniversary
Go support a LA craft beer institution and drink some fine barrel-aged beer at the 38 Degrees 3rd Anniversary Barrel Aged Beer Festival on Saturday. Just being open for three years makes them worthy enough of recognition, but 38 Degrees, and owner Clay Harding, have been doing it right for that long.
Starting at 1:00pm on Saturday, they’ll have 25 barrel-aged beers on tap and plenty of other options.
Rock and Brews Craft Beer Fest
There’s no better way to tell your Father how much he means to you than telling him after you’ve both had a full day of drinking.
If a tearful drunken embrace sounds like fun to you, or if you just want to go to one place and try a whole bunch of local craft beers, you should buy tickets NOW for the Rock and Brews 2nd Annual Local Craft Beer Festival.
What you get: Admission at 11:00am, 8 beer pours, complimentary buffet, event glass, memories.