LA Beer Bloggers – Winter Situational Recap



The fourth LA Beer Bloggers event, co-hosted by Golden Road Brewing, was coined early on as Cam & Fran’s Winter Situational with the LA Beer Bloggers.  What a mouthful.  Suffice it to say, this was the most successful and highest attended LA Beer Blogger meeting to date.  With nearly 150 people showing up to meet, greet, and tweet, the house was packed.  Bloggers and beer media types from all over came to congregate and celebrate LA’s burgeoning beer scene.

The night was MC’ed by the Golden Road social media team Cambria Griffith & Franny Fullpint.  Special guests/beer gurus Drew Beechum & John Palmer spoke and answered various home brew and business related questions, and even Wil Wheaton made it out.

It’s a great time to beer a lover in Los Angeles.  Thank you to everyone for making it out to support Golden Road and the LA Beer Bloggers.  Special thanks to Golden Road for hosting the event at Chloe’s, and very special thanks to Drew & John for speaking.


Next Meeting

Be sure to keep your eyes out for the next event slated for April.  The venue is TBD, but you can rest assured it’ll be a fun and informative time.  Be sure to check out facebook page, twitter, and website for updates! You don’t want to miss the next event!

*Special thanks to all those who provided pictures! *BP – Brett Padelford (Featured Pictures), *JV – Julie Verive (Gallery), *KB – Kip Barnes (Gallery), *BM – Bernard Morris (Gallery)

About Kristofor Barnes

Kip is the founder of Bierkast and co-founder of Los Angeles Ale Works. Picking up home brewing after college, he has since become an accomplished award winning home brewer, LA Beer Blogger, and author of the Beer Lover's Guide to Southern California. Kip is a graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Cinema Television. He lives in Inglewood, CA with his sciency wife Katie. Follow him @bierkast or #FollowTheLAAW @laaleworks

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