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Angel City to Host Anti-Valentine's Day "Broken Hearts Circus" Event This Sunday

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Are in the LA-area and looking to figure out where to go for Valentine’s Day Weekend?

 

If love is a battlefield, then dating is a circus! In Los Angeles daters are bound to collide with clowns, meet vengeful ringleaders or conjure up a cute charmer who turns out to be a total freakshow. Angel City Brewery wants to treat the broken-hearted and wiped-out thumb-swipers of the city to a big-top themed day of sips, shows and sweets at Broken Hearts Circus this Sunday, 1 pm – 7 pm.

  

The circus will kick off with an introduction by Ringmaster Dan, who will guide guests through a host of awe-inspiring acts such as comedic clowns, acrobats, and dancers. In between such stints,  See-YaSupertall Paul, and Blackwater Jukebox will serenade guests in the Beer Hall. In addition to the on-stage spectacle, a face painter, magician, and roaming stilt-walker will bring the fun to the floor. Fair-style bites will be available from The Wafl Truck and Ridges Churro, as well as popcorn and cotton candy. Lastly, to commemorate the day, Angel City invites lovers, friends and frenemies alike to pull on a heart-themed sweater and smile for the camera in the Broken Hearts photo booth presented by Ugly Sweater Studios.  

 

No matter what cheers beer lovers clink too, whether it be to Love Stinks! or Love Struck!, a pint of Sunbather is the perfectly hoppy, yet tart, beer to order (which I greatly enjoyed, as I wrote previously). This ale is crafted with Haullertau Blanc hops and kettle-soured for a juicy, bright beer that has a sessionable ABV of 4.2% for easy sipping and toasting.

 

“Broken Hearts Circus isn’t just for the broken-hearted!” said Mark Turocy, general manager for Angel City Brewery. “We invite lovers, friends, couples – everyone! – to show up, have a beer, catch a show and have fun – it’s a Valentine’s Day for the people!”

 

Angel City Brewery brews for the greater LA area and beyond at their Downtown based brewery in the heart of the Arts District. The brewery’s Public House features a 19-tap bar that serves an ever-changing roster of classic and newly inspired beer, and is open seven days a week with a full calendar of events ranging from trivia nights to art shows, live music and festivals.

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