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Altar Society

Altar Society Brewing Company – soft opening Gary Neshanian | October 18, 2023 ( • Google-map • Instagram) I had the pleasure of attending one of the Altar Society Brewing Company’s soft openings back on September 29th and received a walk-through tour of the historic building. I met Jon Sweeney who explained he and his

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Villain’s Brewing Company – opening weekend Gary Neshanian | June 11, 2023 ( • Google-map • Facebook • Instagram) After months of anxiously waiting I attended the Villain’s Brewing Company opening last weekend in Anaheim. The old Modern Times – Leisuretown brewery was bought by brewmaster Brad Kominek from Noble Ale Works & Green Cheek

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To Live and Drink in LA

To Live and Drink in LA (post pandemic-prohibition) Gary Neshanian | April 7, 2022 First, there was Prohibition from 1920 to 1933, temperance after the 18th Amendment – Volstead Act. National Beer Day – April 7, now celebrates the signing of the Cullen-Harrison Act by Franklin Roosevelt, allowing light beer and wine to be made

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Las Vegas (Nevada)

Las Vegas – Breweries Gary Neshanian | December 1, 2021 Las Vegas .com .gov · sun herald review weekly • Transport · Monorail • Google-mapNVBeer · SNBrewersGuild • Vegas travel tips · Conde Nest traveler • BreweryRow · 15Best · brewCruise Brew District (Arts District) • BreweryRow-map  Beer District Brewing* • 914 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 · (702)

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Brewery Train

California Brewery Train – Amtrak Gary Neshanian | July 1, 2021 (Google-map • Facebook • Instagram) {after my driving 500+ miles/5 days} California breweries – GoogleAmtrak · Plan Your Trip · Amtrak San Joaquins Route 7 · Wikipediamap • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)map Sonoma-Marin Train (SMART) • Sonoma County Transit (SCT)Sonoma County Beer Trail

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Brewery Tour – C21

California Brewery Tour – 5 days/500 miles (Covid escape 2021) Gary Neshanian | June 1-5, 2021 (Google-map • Facebook • Instagram) Santa Rosa to Orange County, 5 days/500+ miles of US-101.My celebration of the end and escape of Covid in 2021. Thinking about a train next time after 7 ½ hour drive up… Russian River

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California breweries reopen as COVID-19 restrictions are being reversed Breweries, after over eight months, are are allowed to operate outdoors statewide — even if they don’t serve food. Breweries are beginning to open indoors as their counties progress, capacity at first will be limited to 25% or 100 people, whichever is fewer. Breweries that serve

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Delivery – To-Go (Away)

Los Angeles • Orange County • San Diego Support your local micro-breweriesduring social distancingDeliverable & To-Go beer, gift cards, staff GoFundMes…email adds/changes: Gbrews-Away( Brewing Resources & News BA – Coronavirus Resource Center (Brewers Association) Virtual-GABFBIG – COVID-19 pandemic (Brewing Industry Guide)CCBA – COVID-19 resources for craft breweries (CA Craft Beer Association)CHB – Safer at Home

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Barley Forge, thank you…..

Barley Forge – Thank you for five great years Gary Neshanian | December 18, 2019 (Costa Mesa, CA) Barley Forge was a family-owned craft brewery founded by Greg Nylen and his wife Mary Ann Frericks.  They opened their doors in Oct. 2014, pioneered the craft micro-brewery scene in Costa Mesa, and were the cornerstone of

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