To celebrate hitting the one year mark, King Harbor Brewing of Redondo Beach will be taking over their parking lot.
More importantly, they will be releasing a special beer, an Imperial Brown Ale with Graham Crackers which has been aging in Corsair Whiskey Barrels. But you may want to work your way through their line-up because your entry fee gets you eight tasters, in a mug.
A twelve-ounce mug to be even more precise. If you missed the fun of Firkfest and crave a cask beer, King Harbor has teamed with Cask Ale LA to procure some casks to enjoy. I highly suggest that you do.
Once you have casked up, I highly recommend Abel Brown and The Swirly which are my favorites from the King Harbor line-up. Make sure you also try whatever Quest Pale Ales are available. The rotating hop series is one of the finer examples of how to showcase the aroma and bitterness of a hop varietal.
Oh and there will be a dunk tank. This might be one of the rare opportunities to dunk a brewer (or strong>Petros and Money co-host Petros Papadakis). Who can pass that up?
The Beer of the Week is the Anniversary IPA brewed for Tony’s Darts Away by Golden Road Brewing that will be released at Midnight tomorrow night! If you can’t stay up that late to savor the extreme hoppiness, you can try the 2015 version of the annual Darts Away IPA throughout their anniversary weekend.
Speaking of anniversary weekend, your Homework is to have a very sour Easter. Double down on your visits to Tony’s Darts Away on Sunday, April 5, to partake of some rare and special sour beers that will be tapped every hour throughout Peter Cottontail’s special day.
Find more of Sean Inman’s writing on his blog, Beer Search Party.