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Main Street Brewery is Moving Back to Corona

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Main Street Brewery is a unique brewpub that has been operating for 17 years. Originally from Corona, the premiere location for Main Street Brewery was torn down to make way for a new apartment center.

This caused owners Bob and Tammy Kluver to move the production of their award-winning beers to Ritual Brewing in Redlands. Although they've learned a lot alternating brew days with Ritual Brewing, Main Street is excited to announce they'll be making their way back home to Corona next year.

What’s even more interesting than the history of Main Street Brewing is their beer. Seventeen years of brewing means their brews are established in both taste and style. Instead of focusing on trendy “beer of the week” varieties, Main Street sticks to the classic styles of beers that their customers know and love. Main Street Brewery` serves 10 beers to cover the spectrum of styles from all over the world.

We had the opportunity to learn more about Main Street Brewery from owner Bob Kluver.


Q. How has the past year been while brewing at Ritual Brewing? Has it been a positive experience? Have your techniques been changed or influenced by Ritual?

Bob Kluver: It’s been a great experience. We learned a lot and got to brew with some real nice equipment. Ritual has all the bells and whistles compared to our old set up, which was just a glorified home brew set up. There were challenges with transferring recipes over to larger equipment with getting the right taste. You always learn something new every time you brew.


Q. What is your favorite beer to brew?

Bishop’s Tipple Trippel is real easy to brew; the yeast does all the work.


Q. What’s the worst beer name that you’ve though of that was contesting to be a name of your beer?

We currently have a beer called Bob’s Old Woody, a Gueuze Sour Barrel Aged. We wanted to make a sour cherry beer, and since my wife’s name is Tammy we were going to name the beer Tammy’s Sour Cherry.


Q. It’s your last meal; you can have anything you want. What meal would you choose, and what beer would you choose to pair with it?

Rib Eye Steak with beans and mashed potatoes pairs with Noble Ale Works Big Whig IPA.



Stay tuned for more announcements on the future home of Main Street Brewery and Lamppost Pizza at 493 Main Street in Corona. This new location (pictured above) is just yards from the original brewery.


Cody Michny

Contributing Writer


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