After nearly five years without a permanent home, Brouwerij West has planted roots in one of two WWII-era Navy warehouses at the Crafted at The Port of LAsite, a massive 120,000-square foot building built in 1944. Their tasting room and full-production brewery is in full swing, but you'll also find a bottle shop and cafe opening inside the brewery in the near future. So what makes this brewery stand out among all the other South Bay beer houses? A commitment to green energy, with an entire roof covered in solar panels and an eco-friendly Meura 2001 Micro mash filter to brew its ales, a century-old method that extracts more flavor while using 30 percent less water than traditional breweries use. Speaking of beer: You'll find plenty of saisons, blonde ales and wits here, all with beautiful artwork from various local artists donning the bottles.