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66 /100 6520 CANOGA AVE
“The coolers are in the back left corner and the beer shelves are in the back right corner. Go figure... Fairly basic selection, nothing really out of the ordinary or special release-wise. A couple random imports I don’t necessarily recall seeing. No singles, prices a bit on the high side.“
brokensail 3690 days ago
84 /100 21927 SATICOY ST
“This is my kind of bar. It’s pretty much just a dive that happens to serve some good beers. Pretty cheap cocktails and a few beers on special each day that are $3 a pop (Sculpin for $3 is kind of hard to beat). None of the taps are really run of the mill stuff other than maybe Stone Pale Ale. Friendly service, free popcorn, and a good Mexican place next door. I’d definitely spend some time in here if I was a local.“
brokensail 3696 days ago
84 /100 21927 SATICOY ST
“Summary: I love that this place is walking distance from my house. I love that it has all craft beer taps. I love that they let us hold bottle shares here. I love that my favorite Mexican place in the valley is right next door. Instant Replay is the best craft beer bar value in the west SF Valley, hands down. You get 8 quality craft taps at an excellent price (tap list updated on their website regularly). The staff is very friendly and extremely accommodating. I hope people read this review because even though I don’t give exceptionally high marks for atmosphere, I don’t think the vibe of the place is poor - it actually works really well with the location, the personality of the older regulars (the ones not there for craft beer), and the look & feel. But I don’t want anyone showing up expecting something like Tony’s or Mohawk or Blue Palms. Because it’s not, but that’s one of the reasons I really enjoy going here. It’s chill in the best way without attracting snobby assholes. So seriously, if you live in the area, please stop in and have a pint or two. If you’re passing through the area or looking for a place to watch the games on Sunday, give IR a shot. This is a perfect example of the places that I wish LA had more of - bars that are willing to risk not having BMC on tap in order to promote good beer at a fair price. In order for the craft scene to grow in LA, to compete with San Diego, we need more places like Instant Replay. And the best way to convince more bars to follow this model is for the existing places to succeed. Cheers!“
Tieman 3898 days ago
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