Ballast Point Long Beach Opens Today

imageFrom Ballast Point:

We love the Fourth of, cocktails, grilling, and all other other things that make America so great...and this year we are even more excited because we can finally celebrate right on the water at our newest spot in Long Beach. Located right in Alamitos Bay (110 Marina Dr, Long Beach, CA 90803), we are opening the doors of our new tasting room, kitchen, and brewery today. Our staff has been working day and night to get this place open, and we are ready for you to celebrate your 4th of July weekend with us. 

We also have you covered in San Diego and Temecula too. All of our locations will be open normal hours this weekend and on the 4th with growlers, crowlers, and 6-packs stocked and ready. Plus our kitchens at Temecula, Miramar and Little Italy will be serving up tasty grub, and we will have a food truck in the back of Home Brew Mart. If you want to bring your furry friend - Scripps Ranch is your spot with our dog friendly patio! 

Now the question is...what to drink? This weekend may also be a great excuse to try out our newest release
Orange Vanilla Fathom. The piney and citrus hop aromas of our Fathom IPL combines with sweet orange and creamy vanilla – while staying true to classic lagering techniques. Brewed with a touch of nostalgia, it may remind you of a childhood treat, but this one is just for adults. It is available now in our tasting rooms in 22oz bottles, and will be hitting store shelves over the next few weeks. Perfect for warm weather it's creamsicle in a glass.

About Bil Cord

Founder, owner, author, graphic designer, CEO, CFO, webmaster, president, mechanic and janitor for Producer and Co-host of the WILK Friday BeerBuzz live weekly craft beer radio show. Small craft-brewer of the craft beer news sites and one-man-band with way too many instruments to play.

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