Los Angeles Breweries Are Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic With Creativity, Tenacity, and a Lot of Four-Packs
Taprooms have become a major part of craft beer culture, but with COVID-19, social gatherings are off-limits and a huge piece of revenue has been cut from businesses where margins are already narrow. Pivoting to new moneymaking models hasn’t been easy, but the pandemic has brought out the ingenuity in both craft beer lovers and brewery owners. This is how four local Los Angeles breweries are navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
"We're very conscious of who's reflected behind the bar. We want everyone to walk in and feel like they're included in that space.”
For those times when you want a couple pours AND you need to pick up cans to-go.
Los Angeles may have taken a while to catch up with the craft beer scenes in nearby San Diego and close-enough San Francisco, but you know where we’ve long been killing the game? At our bottle shop-craft beer bar hybrids.
There’s nothing quite like slamming your laptop shut knowing the only thing between you and a long, much-needed vacation is… packing. Whether you’re about to hit the road for a three-day weekend full of scenic drives and brewery visits or you’re hopping on a plane to GTFO and see something new, these are a few choice items that will make your trip even better.
It's been more than three years since cartoonist Noelle Stevenson originally conceived of bringing She-Ra back to life, which has now taken form as the Netflix reboot, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. Though the origin story and rich history of the character have remained intact, season one did see Stevenson and her team deviate from the original in a few ways. Here she talks about what to expect from new episodes and her inspiration.
Once upon a full moon, beer and witches (well, the concept of witches) went hand in hand. In medieval times and more recent history, alewives were the ones brewing. While alewives are a thing of the past, there are still spooky breweries to visit to get you in the spooky mood this Halloween season.
One year after a Men's Right Activist sued Eagle Rock Brewery, co-owner Ting Su reflects back on how it's caused her to change her business practices but also fight for new laws in California, all while still running the Women's Beer Forum and being a forerunner in the Los Angeles beer scene.
'My Favorite Murder' Hosts Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark Are Building a Killer Empire (Exclusive)
In the world of podcast fans, there are casual listeners and there are ravenous communities hankering for new content. Murderinos, the pet name for mega fans of My Favorite Murder, are easily one of the most passionate crews around -- and this army now has an entire empire to rally behind.
Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff are the hilarious comedic duo behind the macabre podcast, and after a year and a half of planning, they announced on Wednesday the first four shows that will debut this...
Highland Brewing Co., Birdsview Brewing Co., and Heater Allen are three of just a handful of father-daughter craft beer teams in the United States. Just in time for Father's Day, we found out how well these duos work together and what the dads really thought of their daughters joining in the family business.
Best known for her role as Jo Polniaczek on the hit '80s sitcom 'The Facts of Life,' Nancy Mckeon will be strapping on dance shoes for season 27 of 'Dancing With the Stars.' The 52-year-old actress talks to ET exclusively about working with her pro partner, 'national treasure' Val C., opens up about working with Demi Lovato, and shares favorite memories from working with Kim Fields, George Clooney, Charlotte Rae, and Jon Hamm.
The Twin Peaks revival has been everything dreamt of... and then some. Sure, some of the episodes barely resembled the original show and took place hundreds of miles from Washington state, but they’ve been equal parts incredibly weird and engaging, with gorgeous cinematography, giddy cameos and new players (shout out to Laura Dern and her portrayal of kween Diane), and a winding plot that was so David Lynch, we’re surprised it didn’t implode unto itself.
And now that the finale upon us, we’re...
As far as podcasts go, Wolverine: The Long Night is quite the ambitious one.
Not only is it the first scripted podcast from Marvel, it’s also the first of its kind, in that no other major media brand has stepped into the fertile grounds of the podcasting world yet. Plus, this is a new version of Logan we’re seeing, not Hugh Jackman’s big-screen take or recent comic book iterations, but an even darker look into his psyche that steers us closer to his roots -- which is all writer Benja...
My 5: Michael Ian Black's Best Pieces of Advice After Many Years of Being the Funny Guy on Set (Exclusive)
One could be forgiven for thinking that Michael Ian Black has already figured out how to be amazing. After all, the 46-year-old comedian was a member of the comedy troupe and show, Stella, and the beloved comedy group and subsequent MTV series, The State; a mainstay on the various I Love The... series on VH1; and McKinley in the cult Wet Hot American Summer franchise. But despite a busy acting and comedy writing schedule, Black's podcast focuses on just that.