Where’s The Beer?

Posted by Darryl | Bars, Breweries & Alehouses, Craft Beer, Educate Me, Restaurants | Posted on December 9th, 2011

In Finding Joy in a Cancelled Event I shared how my friend Mike and I had a great time discovering little out of the way places with great craft beer; specifically that day we found Mohawk Bend and Tony’s Darts Away. While that day’s journey was by happenstance, we’re doing a planned trip to head into the greater Los Angeles area and discover more great places with more great craft beer on Thursday, December 15th. The problem is: I don’t know all the choices and they’re looking to me to map out the day. This is where I need your help.

Take a moment to post a comment below and let me know of a place you’d recommend in the Los Angeles (or surrounding) area. It doesn’t need to be a brewery, or restaurant, and doesn’t need to be open for breakfast/lunch, but if you know the hours and/or the website of the place you like please include it.

Once I get the day’s itinerary all planned out I’ll post it here and maybe you can come Drink With Darryl! (that’s me btw)


UPDATE: I’ve now posted the agenda for the day out.

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2 Responses to “Where’s The Beer?”

  1. Kelly says:

    Naja’s Place at the Redondo Beach International Boardwalk is my ‘home’. 88 taps, big bottle selection, on the water. Divey, mediocre bar food, no nonsense service but great craft beer selection. They open at 2pm, and close sometime between 12am and 2am, depending on the crowd. there are plenty of places to eat around there, including seafood markets if you don’t want to indulge in the litany of fried foods (yum, hot wings!). website is najasplace.com. If you go, drop my and Mark’s names. That is, if we aren’t there with you 😉
    Have a great time, wherever your day takes you!

    • Darryl says:

      Thanks Kelly! Unfortunately, Redondo Beach is going to be too much out of our way for our trek on the 15th, but I will certainly remember it for the future!

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