Eagle Rock Brewery Hosting Anniversary Party Tomorrowin Beer News
Eagle Rock Brewery, an award-winning L.A. craft beer pioneer is proud to announce its seventh year as an active leader and central role model for the growing craft beer community of Los Angeles. Tomorrow’s event will have carnival-style games, food, and, of course, craft beer. Eagle Rock Brewery (ERB) will also release a specialty anniversary beer.
When ERB opened its doors in 2009, it became the first microbrewery in decades to base its operations in L.A. Since then, it has built its brand on consistency and quality and a commitment to helping place the L.A. beer scene on the map. A founding member of the L.A. Brewers Guild (co-founder Jeremy Raub served as the original president), producer of Battle of the Bands (their flagship event during L.A. Beer Week), and the L.A. brewery with the longest standing monthly education series (co-founder Ting Su’s Women’s Beer Forum series is going on six years), ERB has certainly proven it takes its tagline “beer for the people” seriously.
ERB will be turning the brewery parking lot into a carnival complete with a dunk tank, pie-throwing booth, giant Jenga, cornhole and more. ERB will be serving up 20 different styles of their beer including their specialty anniversary beer, La Suerte, a 14% imperial Mexican stout brewed with chocolate, vanilla, flaked maize, cinnamon and chile.
The event is 21+ and opens up at noon and lasts until 6pm at 3056 Roswell Street in L.A. Tickets for the Anniversary Party, which include commemorative glassware and five beer samples are $25, and can be purchased online, while the price increases to $30 at the door.