Eagle Rock Brewery

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At the end of a dingy street in Glassell Park, you’ll find a true LA original. Eagle Rock Brewery, the city’s first brewery in 60 years, opened in 2009 but still feels like a well-guarded secret. Most patrons arrive in pairs to this clean, 30-person taproom. Smiling bartenders tactfully venerate the politically-themed drafts brewed 50 feet away, including many bold IPAs and the award-winning “Yearling” Flanders Red Ale. Co-founder Ting Su leads a women's forum on the third Wednesday of each month, when the beer-curious and old pros can taste a four-beer flight and discuss with the brewer herself (for $10-$20). ERB also hosts free tours on Sundays and regular food trucks, but for some of the most ambitious modern cuisine around, try their sister location, Eagle Rock Brewery Public House.

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Venue name: Eagle Rock Brewery
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Address: 3056 Roswell St
Los Angeles
90065
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 4-10pm; Sat, Sun noon-10pm
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Parking might be tricky here, but this brewery is worth circling the block a few times for. The tasting room is small and friendly, and compared to a lot of other breweries in LA, there aren't that many frills - no performance spaces or popcorn machines providing free popcorn. What they do have in spades is a sense of community, and I especially love going for their Women's Beer Forum, which usually takes place every third Wednesday. It's run by Ting Su, co-owner of the place, and features a new brewery or style of beers every meeting to share among some bad ass, beer loving women.