Beer Up – Four Sons Brewing Marks The Latest Entry Into The Orange County Craft Beer Scene

Posted: September 12, 2014 in Beer, Orange County
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Craft beer has boomed substantially in the past few years across the nation, and it has boomed just as much in Orange County. These days, microbreweries pop up everywhere you can think of, but generally in geographical clusters for closer proximity and because some cities do not want breweries at all. In recent years, some areas have seen quite a number of breweries popping up, such as the South Bay, the San Gabriel Valley, and now Huntington Beach. Earlier this year, Huntington Beach saw the opening of its first production brewery with Beach City Brewing. This past weekend, Huntington Beach welcomed the addition of another microbrewery under the name of Four Sons Brewing. Located in an industrial park directly next to a CrossFit gym, Four Sons Brewing has established a name for themselves with their usage of unique ingredients on their brews, such as coconuts or raspberries. They have gained exposure at recent beer festivals, such as OC Brew Ha Ha or OC Beer Fest, providing them with an ample fan base prior to their opening. Although I have to determine the direction they intend to head in with their beers, they appear to have a bold approach to their brews, similar to Valiant Brewing‘s lineup of in-your-face beers.

Craft beer fans should not hesitate to check out Four Sons Brewing at 18421 Gothard Street in Huntington Beach. Four Sons joins the ranks of the few Orange County breweries with a tasting room open seven days a week (Bootlegger’s, The Bruery, and Noble Ale come to mind), so you can visit them at your leisure. Remember to like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter to receive updates on new brews and events when they occur!

  1. HBartnanny says:

    RAD can’t wait to check it out!! Soooo thirsty… -;]P

  2. […] 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 Abbey” of […]

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