Angel City Brewery Opens its Doors to the Public

The craft brewery opened in downtown Los Angeles in June

Los Angeles Brewing veteran, Angel City Brewery, opened its doors to the public in LA’s Art District this month, Chow is reporting.

Recently renovated, Angel City Brewery said on their website that they seek to bring “old-world, small-batch, craft brewing to the new world of the expanding Arts District.”

After a long series of changes to the infrastructure that have been taking place since January of 2012, Angel City Brewery has finally become a full-time craft brewery that is accessible by the public.

The renovated factory has an industrial feel, and has over ten beers on tap including an amber ale called “Belligerent Bloke” and a golden lager named “The Pen is Mightier.”  Though they do not serve any food, there are a host of food trucks that set up outside and available to bring into the space, as well as the option for food delivery.


Taqueria el Severo, Southern Fried Vegan, and the Flying Pig Food Truck are three food trucks that patrons can expect outside of Angel City Brewery this month.