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72 /100 680 FLINN AVE, #31
“Visited December 14, 2014.

Finally made it out here. I’ve been looking at this place on a map for several years and never wanting to make the trip up and back on 118. I finally looked a little more closely at the map and if you come over from 210 across 118 through Northridge and Simi and afterwards go out to 101 through Somis and Camarillo, it’s not so bad. Actually the drive along 118 through Simi Valley is beautiful. There are some really nice looking rock formations out there. Moor Park is in a nice area too. Then you get into the industrial park where the brewery is and its just another warehouse brewery. Oh well, that was to be expected.

My first experience with their beers a couple years ago was not positive but I’ve heard good things about them since then. Well, the beers certainly are better than what I had at LAB Brewing two years ago but I wasn’t so impressed that I’d make the trip out again just for this brewery. They have 8 taps going but during my visit there were only 5 pouring. A full flight wasn’t too expensive. They had a pale ale, a DIPA, an imperial red ale, a "session black ale", and an altbier. They also have a few left over cases of the third anniversary beer which is a doppelsticke aged in bourbon barrels. So to recap: they had 4 hoppy beers and 2 altbiers on tap. I guess I can’t complain about that since I didn’t have to suffer through the usual blonde ale, steam beer, and stout. They were all OK.

The server was friendly but I didn’t interact with him much beyond asking about the anniversary bottles sitting on the counter. $15 for the bottle, $22 gets you the bottle and two glasses. It sounds like they’re going to move soon, or at the very least they’re in the process of building a larger brewery. Not sure if they’ll be scrapping the current one.“
t0rin0 2222 days ago
80 /100 680 FLINN AVE, #31
“A short detour off of Highway 23 in the back of a business park. Small tasting room and bar. Looks like they had about 8 taps, but only 5 beers on tap during my visit. Really friendly service and one of the brewers was there hanging out and was chatting with all the patrons. Prices on the tasters are about $1.25 for the most part. Two sizes of growlers available, bottles of anniversary beer, and lots of different glasses for sale. Beers were all at least drinkable. Not a bad spot.“
brokensail 2703 days ago
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