Valiant Brewing Celebrates Their 1st Year Anniversary by Keeping It Simple

Posted: March 5, 2014 in Beer, Events, Orange County
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The brave can conquer anything. It takes guts to stand up to the colossal giants in this world. It must feel daunting when in a situation of feeling like a small person in a big crowd. When 1% of the world holds 99% of the wealth, corporate megalomaniacs can influence multiple aspects, from the top levels of government down to the common populace. To stand out from the crowd, you need something to set you apart from the rest. Society tends to conform to what the media feeds the people, listening to what they deem good or bad. When people snap out of the brainwashing, they break their creative chains to unleash their potential and dreams. Everybody has different goals, but when you want to go big, look at how Valiant Brewing approaches their craft.

Just over a year ago, Valiant Brewing opened their doors to the public to ravishing reviews. This past Saturday, the folks behind the brews celebrated the first year of their brewery with an all-day celebration at their tasting room. With a total of 26 different beers available to the public, many of which the public have not yet seen, Valiant brought out their big guns to this party. Frequent guests may have noticed a handful of barrels missing from their normal corner of the brewery, which could finally see daylight and reach the glasses of every guest. Visitors could order beer either normally as if simply visiting the tasting room, or as a “beer fest” package that costs $25 and comes with ten 2oz beer tasters plus a souvenir glass. With food vendors available all day, plus free mini cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes, visitors of all ages would appreciate this oasis away from the rain.

The murky weather did not appear to discourage guests from visiting Valiant Brewing on this day. Due to inclement weather, Valiant canceled the originally scheduled mini hot-rod collection that would park outside the tasting room. However, the show continued on, and in fact the weather may have caused more people to visit Valiant than without the clouds. On a weekend full of beer events, Valiant held up their own, and proved that they have garnered a solid following over the past year. Perhaps we will see more of Valiant around Southern California this year, as they aim to distribute to a wider geographical area, both in bottle shops and in restaurants/bars. Until then, check out their tap room in Orange, open Thursdays through Saturdays, for a full glimpse of what they have brewing up.

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  1. […] this so well that any other brewery that also only focuses on strong brews, such as The Bruery, Valiant Brewing, and Four Sons Brewing, may colloquially receive the unofficial nickname as the “Lost […]

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