Tucked away in an industrial park. Inside is a clean, angular, trendy tasting room. Small with a few tables. We were allowed to do a $7 all you can drink deal of tasters. They had about 8 beers on tap, all house beers, with some one-offs and seasonals. You can do a nice brewery tour, the facility is small but they do sours and barrel aged stuff. We had their unfinished Flemish red and it was very promising. Staff was very kind, talkative, knowledgeable. Very passionate about their product. Beer labels are very cool- colorful art deco of sorts. Growler fills available. Bombers available to take-away.
Just a little brewery working in an industrial park. Enjoyed the Eagle Rock Deuce, nice flavor in a heavier tap. Reasonably priced. Lot of locals in there, many bringing in growlers for refills. They even had some friends bring in food trucks for some sandwich service. Welll worth the trip if you like the "real brewery" experience.
Had bigger hopes for the place being so close. Beers seemed like they needed to ferment longer, not as developed as I would like. They are new so I could see them improving. Will try again.
gd4evr (31) Mar Vista, California | June 15, 2011| Updated November 17, 2011
In LA, no one does it better than ERB. This little brewery that could has a very classy setup. I love getting growlers filled and looking through the glass at the brewery equipment. It is an authentic brewery experience right in town.
Top marks for service and vibe. The beer is great but limited due to their size. They do have some guest taps on usually, but I go for the local fresh stuff.
Ting is one of the owners and is a pleasure to see. The father and son brew team is usually around too.