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Angel City Brewery

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Angel City Brewery

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216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012-4201
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Shanelle wrote a review Jan 2020
Santa Monica, California1,699 contributions71 helpful votes
Arts District brewery and hangout spot. This is a good spot to come to for a big group hangout or for celebrating birthdays. There’s a lot of indoor tables but they fill up super quickly on weekends. You can’t bring outside drinks, but you can bring outside food. There’s usually a taco truck or two outside within a block, so I like getting carne asada fries to have as a snack. There’s usually a good truck inside too but the tacos are double the price of what you can get outside. They have quite an assortment of beers and even have a hard seltzer for gluten-free people. There’s a flight option you can get to sample different ones and is good for first-timers. There’s also indoor corn hole so there’s plenty of things to do to have a chill afternoon or evening. There’s no WiFi and they take credit cards. The bathrooms are in the main room to the right hand side. There’s also self-service water, and they have still and sparkling options.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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dduda3rd wrote a review Jan 2020
Berlin, Ohio9 contributions12 helpful votes
We went to arts district then angel city i like the atmosphere of angel city but of the beers we tried arts had the better beers. I would still go to angel over arts. But overall both were good and close bu so you can try both
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Date of experience: January 2020
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S. Moeller wrote a review Nov 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark261 contributions29 helpful votes
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We were there at dinner time on a normal weeknight. The taco truck parked and served great streetfood – a nice touch. But the best thing about this place is the combination of excellent beers, totally friendly service and great ambience is this old industrial building.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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D G wrote a review Sep 2019
Mission Viejo, California22 contributions6 helpful votes
Decided to try this place out after hearing so much about it. My wife and I stopped in and had a blast. The vibe is fun. There are games to play (dominoes, jenga, cornhole). The bartenders are excellent at explaining the many beers on tap. Their beers are very good also. The taco truck had excellent tacos. Overall, we loved this place. We are planning on taking our craft beer friends very soon.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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TheTravelingAngelino wrote a review Sep 2019
Osaka, Japan15 contributions2 helpful votes
Unfortunately this place has a great location so they have a monopoly on the late night beer tasting. It’s pretty good beer but terrible personality at the door. Our bartender was cool but I couldnt have dreamt up a worse person at the door. @Management, please talk to them.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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