On Sunday, January 14, seven local breweries will gather on the triangle-shaped lot at the corner of Rose and Traction and give beer enthusiasts the opportunity to taste a bunch of great brews for a great cause. DTLA Breweries United is hosting its annual festival, which features limited-edition and specialty beers. All of the festival proceeds go to Keep a Breast, a nonprofit organization that educates people about the prevention and detection of breast cancer. The theme of this year’s DTLA Breweries United Fest is barley wine, and each brewery is bringing one. Here’s what each brewery plans to pour at the fest:
Angel City will have their Sunbather: Amarillo (sour pale ale), Faux Snow IPA (white IPA), and Brett Bloke 2018 (old ale).
Art District will be pouring Christmas Miracle (American barley wine), Nigel (nitro English pale ale), and Cole’s (honey brown ale).
Boomtown is featuring Brier Noctum (their new English barley wine, finished with blackberry and boysenberry), Ignorant (double IPA), and Nose Job (West Coast IPA).
Dry River is bringing its Four Roses Bourbon Barrel Aged Barley Wine, F1 (foeder-aged saison), and Sasha (blackcurrant saison).
Indie Brewing’s special-edition beer for the festival is the Bad N’ Boozie Barley Wine, and it’ll also be pouring IPA Del Rey.
Iron Triangle will serve the 2015 vintage of its Mulholland’s Stash Barley Wine, Civil Monument (Bavarian Hefeweizen), 1581 Pale Ale, and the flagship Iron Triangle Dark.
Mumford is offering Something Borrowed (sour New England IPA with peaches and lactose), Laces Out (West Coast IPA), and its second anniversary barley wine.
DTLA Breweries United Fest, Triangle Lot, 224 Rose St., downtown; Sun., Jan. 14, 1-5 p.m.; tickets are $45, which includes unlimited tastings and a commemorative glass.
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