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  • Beachwood BBQ and Brewing

    Beachwood BBQ and Brewing

    210 E. 3rd St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-4020

    http://www.beachwoodbbq.com In the age-old debate over dry-vs.-wet rub when barbecuing, Beachwood BBQ and Brewery in Long Beach fiercely makes a strong case for dry – although defiant diners will nonetheless find a variety of sauces on their tables. The younger sister of the original Seal Beach location is hog heaven if you like pigging out on long-marinated and slow-smoked North Carolina-style pulled pork and baby back ribs that go perfect with the brewery’s 36 craft beers, including a few house-made ones. If you don’t swing the way of swine, try the brisket, lamb and beef ribs or smoked chicken. Though the ‘que here is the main attraction, don’t gloss over the appetizers and sides, which feature typical Southern fare, from fried green tomatoes to macaroni and cheese, as well as more modernized comfort food like the tater tot casserole with duck gravy, vanilla-scented pecan yams and lamb corn dogs. There’s even a late-night happy hour menu for stragglers that includes a pulled pork sandwich for a mere five bucks. More >>

  • Belmont Brewing Co.

    Belmont Brewing Co.

    25 39th Place Long Beach, CA 90803-2806
    562-433-3891

    http://www.belmontbrewing.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    600 Brea Mall Drive Brea, CA 92821
    714-990-2095

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com BJ's is famous for crafting delicious brews in-house. The Brea location inhabits a space once known as the Gas Lamp Grill. The, multi-tiered room features sweeping brick archways, old-timey ceiling fans and a rich, dark-wood bar housing a large range of top-shelf whiskeys, vodkas and Scotches. The main event, though, is the beer, which ferments in large steel cisterns behind massive glass windows on the building's west side. There's the Jeremiah Red, Harvest Ale and the ever-popular Piranha Pale Ale. BJ's now serves selections from Placentia's craft factory The Bruery. It's a sweet spot to grab a pint, catch a football game on one of the flat-screens, and relax after fighting the hustle and bustle of the Brea Mall. More >>

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    16060 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92647
    714-842-9242

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    200 Main St. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-374-2224

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    13130 Jamboree Road Irvine, CA 92602
    714-665-8595

    http://www.bjsrestaurants.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    280 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-3802

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    24032 El Toro Road Laguna Hills, CA 92653
    949-900-2670

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    5258 E. Second St. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-439-8181

    http://www.bjsrestaurants.com If you've been to BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, then you already know the deep-dish is delish, the Pizookie is not to be passed over, and the brewed-in-house beer selection will satisfy any aficionado. The Long Beach location is in the heart of Belmont Shore, and it's one of the original BJs to open along the SoCal coastline. It is a quarter the size of the newer BJ's Restaurants and still carries the earlier "Chicago Style" logo, yet the red-brick walls and TVs perpetually tuned to ballgames give the place the familiar BJs feel of a firehouse turned sports bar. Though it doesn't feature a full bar, there are plenty of craft beers available, all brewed at the Brea location (Pumpkin Ale, anyone?). And don't forget to try one of the most delicious pale ales on the planet, Pirahna. More >>

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    106 Main St. Balboa, CA 92661
    949-675-7560

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com

  • Bootlegger

    Bootlegger's Brewery

    130 S. Highland Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-2337

    http://www.bootleggersbrewery.com The tasting room at this brewery in an unlovely part of Fullerton features 12 to 15 house-made beers at rock-bottom prices. The left side of the beer menu remains more or less constant, including an excellent rye IPA and a very good chipotle-coffee stout; the right side of the menu houses the experimental batches, such as wine-barrel-aged lambics and sour beers. Drink the beer from Mason jars ($2.50-$3.50 per half-pint; $4-$6 per pint). This is also one of the best places to get in on the upscale-food-truck fad; a truck parks at the brewery each day it's open. More >>

  • Bottle Logic

    Bottle Logic

    1072 N. Armando St. Anaheim, CA 92806

  • The Bruery

    The Bruery

    715 Dunn Way Placentia, CA 92870
    714-996-6258

    http://www.thebruery.com According to the massive sign on the wall of the Bruery's tasting room, the Placentia brewery's dedicated space has been open for just more than a year now. Sporting a fancy electronic menu and crisp wooden surfaces, the Bruery tastes like paradise to all of the hops-loving beer connoisseurs. Whether you're at the bar sipping the fragrant Trade Winds triple, along the walls with the pitch-black Tart of Darkness sour stout or setting down a glass of the hop-tastic Loakal Red at beer barrels turned into beer tables, anybody who wants to have a great time tasting suds will be right at home here. Relatively inexpensive beer flights can coax beer-based conversation out of even the most unrefined tastes, but don't come here to get drunk. (Leave that for the Goat Hill Tavern, kids.) If you do end up off-balance, food trucks occupying the parking lot Thursdays through Sundays will get you back on kilter. More >>

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