Summer and beer go together like, well, any other season and beer – it’s always a good time to drink beer, people!
It’s that time of year again! For a full week, LA Beer Week invades the Los Angeles area to residents that are more than welcoming.
We’ve turned Angel City inside out to bring you the very best mixology instruction available. These classes will make you a mix-master in no time.
We have searched far and wide, leaving no stone unturned, to find you these truly remarkable hidden bars that pay homage to the shadowy glamour and clandestine fun of the Prohibition Era.
Those heading out Saturday night can drink for a good cause at “Crawl 4 Nepal,” a fundraiser where participating bars donate proceeds from specialty beers to the earthquake relief effort.
The California Assembly has approved legislation that would make it legal for hair salons and barbershops to offer customers free beer and wine.
Unwind, drink and dine with this list of best happy hour spots that are sure to rid you of your “Monday Blues” any day of the week.
The price to watch the fight from home in high-definition is $100, and it is reported that commercial establishments are being charged $600 to show the fight. However, it is possible to save some money and watch the fight due to a program by Tecate beer.
Planning a first date can be challenging, but not to worry, these Orange County date destinations are sure to impress no matter your interests or mood.
Finding entertainment in Los Angeles doesn’t have to be limited to bar-hopping and celebrity stalking. There are tons of exciting events that will make for an incredible and unique night out in Los Angeles.
Tailgate Fan looks at the best tailgating foods, course by course. Dig in, and drink up.
Equal parts yester-year time warp, small town charm and disarm, with Hollywood spotlights thrown in for good measure, Culver City boasts some of the best “Cheers” heirs in the biz. When you’re looking for a place where everyone knows your name, check out our favorite local go-to bars!
As the craft beer boom continues to explode, Los Angeles is slowly but surely proving that you don’t need to travel to Orange County and San Diego to get your SoCal hop and malt fix.
Nobody wins when you drink and drive, so why not find a great parking spot and pub crawl your way through downtown Seal Beach!
Nothing goes better with football than an ice cold beer. Chad Polenz, author of The Handbook Of Porter’s & Stouts, has 10 beers to try at your next watch party.