Beer Up – Indie Brewing Company Has Finally Opened Their Doors to the Public in Downtown Los Angeles

Posted: August 12, 2016 in Beer, Events, Los Angeles
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For as much as Los Angeles pushes their local culture and mom & pop shops, the majority of the locals still believe in mass media and prefer big brands. When it comes to beer selection, much of Los Angeles still prefer their Corona, Heineken, and Budweiser. Local microbreweries may do what they can, but businesses appear based on the preferences of the local community, which partially explains the lack of microbreweries in Los Angeles. Trends have changed recently, leading to the establishment of a handful of breweries in Downtown LA’s Arts District. Once you expand beyond Downtown, you go back to the trend of preferring macro beers, especially if you venture eastward. In order to reach out to new grounds, one much take one step at a time, which Indie Brewing Company has done.

After years of brewing and distributing, Indie Brewing Company has finally opened a public tasting room at their brewery near Downtown Los Angeles. Located just off the 101 freeway in Boyle Heights just past the Arts District, Indie Brewing has floated around the beer industry for some time without having a physical presence to attribute to their business. They had already distributed to local bars and shops with kegs, bottles, and cans. This past Saturday afternoon, they opened up their facility to allow the public to come in and taste the brews in person.

The folks at Indie Brewing have enough experience to stay in the industry, but with competition rising, they need support from the local community. Show Indie Brewing some love by liking them on Facebook and following them on Twitter. Their tasting room does not have consistent business hours, so make sure you look at their social media posts to see when they will open. For example, they mentioned that they will open TONIGHT for business, but beyond that, keep an eye on their social media pages.

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