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It's LA Marathon Time

For the second year running, we are proud to be sponsoring the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon on March 19th! Whether you’re running or not, join us at the brewery on March 18th to carb up before the race.
How have we been training? Check out the video…
Party Mile
If you want to spectate like a champ, find us along Mile 11 at Hollywood and Orange! DJ Michael Rockstar will be spinning tunes and beer will be flowing all along the route.
Finish Festival
After you finish the race or find your runners, hit up the Finish Festival and join us for a pint! We’ll be pouring the good stuff to those over 21.
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Here for the Beer
So what’s new? Citrus Wheat just hit shelves in a shiny new 6-pack.
Pilsner got a fresh new paint job courtesy of artists Christina Angelina and Fanakapan.
And then there’s our ever-rotating lineup at the Public House!
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Public House Happenings

Queen Calafia, Goddess of California Gallery Opening
March 9  ||  5:00 pm – 9:30 pm

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Citizen Science & Suds – Part 2!
March 9  ||  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Vinyl Tap
March 16  ||  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Ale Academy: Beer and Cheese Pairing!
March 20  ||  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Full Calendar
No, We Didn’t Forget…
Live music, corned beef tacos, green ice cream and delicious beer await!
Plus our friends at LYFT will be parked outside to ensure you get home safely. New riders can use code ANGELCITYLAX to get $10 in free rides.
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