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Ever thought of mingling with orchestra members following a concert over craft beers?

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When it comes to craft beer, perhaps the most popular style that comes to mind is the India Pale Ale.

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The Farmers Park two acre lot was bustling with activity last weekend as the Anaheim Packing District hosted the So Cal After Hours Brewfest.

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The craft beer movement is slowly but surely taking roots in what used to be a destination primarily known for its various wineries.

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 Maybe it’s just the way we are accustomed to thinking, but when we heard of the family-friendly Upland Lemon Festival that was happening this last weekend.

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This article covers the winter release from Bootlegger’s Brewery in Fullerton, California named Mint Chocolate Porter! This is an annual release for Bootlegger and while it may not be available right now, keep an eye out for it each holiday season.   

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There are a lot of people in the beer industry who call themselves “Doctor” even though their lack of credentials is staggering. This is not the case with Blue Moon Brewing Company founder and head brewmaster Keith Villa.

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So as a beer geek, I often have bottles from rare or limited edition beers that I keep in a box, thinking that someday I’ll do a cool project with them.

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On Wednesday September 10th the Slidebar Rock-n-Roll Kitchen invited members of the local media into an exclusive event to celebrate Chef Oge Dalken’s new menu! 

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There is a new craft brewery coming to the Inland Empire that is taunting us with Escaping the ordinary. They promise to brew complex beers for advanced palates.

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The Beer Geek Radio crew recently got a chance to visit Bread & Barley in downtown Covina, California to record the final episode of our Saison De Biere Geek Tournament. It was the first visit for all three of us and I can confidently say that we were all very impressed with not only the beer, but the people, the food, and the ambiance as well.

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On Saturday, May 24th, 2014; Brew Rebellion hosted a Pints for Pitties event to help raise awareness for a misunderstood and under-appreciated dog breed: the pit bull. According to their mission statement:

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Angel City Brewery is known for throwing impressive, fun and community-minded events.

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The Los Angeles Beer Competition is one of the most prestigious beer competitions in California. Calling from licensed brewpubs and breweries from the United States and as far as Iceland, Belgium, Japan and other areas. All to enter their beers for judging across all 84 traditional categories. Breweries enter a wide array of beers across these categories and wining is a big deal and is often displayed on brewery websites and hung with pride in their tasting rooms and offices.

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Karl Strauss recently celebrated 25 years of brewing by celebrating the annual Changing of the Barrels. An event that honors the life and reputation of Karl Strauss' beers and the release of their 25th anniversary "Barrel Aged Doppelbock." It was held Saturday, February 8th at the Karl Strauss Brewery and Tasting Room at 5985 Santa Fe Street in the brewery's hometown of San Diego, California.

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The second annual OC Brew Ho Ho fell upon a cold and rainy Saturday morning at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim California on December 7th. For those unfamiliar with the Brew Ho Ho, it's the sister event to the OC Brew Ha Ha. Providing craft beer fans with live music, shopping, and exceptional craft beer from local and out of town breweries. The weather did not stop attendees from having a holly jolly good time with craft beer.

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It's that time of year again, when we (the craft beer fans of LA/OC.) Are blessed with the craft beer dedicated events in and around the greater Los Angeles area for the fifth incarnation of LA Beer Week. Myself being the BierBuzz Orange County Rep, I look forward to the opportunity and chatting with fans of craft beer at these events about BierBuzz.

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On Saturday September 7th, Orange County beer geeks, beer fans, and beer in general. Descended upon the grounds of Oak Canyon Park, the area surrounding Irvine Lake, in Silverado California. This was my first Brew Ha Ha, and I have always heard amazing things so I had high hopes for this beer fest benefiting the Fallen Firefighters Relief Fund. The Brew Ha Ha also had guest speakers David Walker from Firestone Walker, Greg Koch and Dr Bill Sysak from Stone Brewing.

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When the heat sets in, the need to drink something refreshing comes in strong. What beer are you going to reach for (and enjoy) to cleanse and refresh your palate?

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