A One Night Stand With Cismontane Brewing: 8/28

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(Cis-mon-tane): The side of the mountains. In reference to coastal Southern California. Cismontane Brewing Company, rooted deeply in south Orange County, has been crafting California focused ales for the past three years. Owners Evan Weinberg and Ross Stewart seek inspiration from the high peaks and green valleys of their surroundings in creating well balanced and interesting beer with a local influence. With names such as Pandion Pale, El Modeno Mild, and Holy Jim Falls XPA, these are California brews through and through.

We look forward to hosting the Cismontane crew for what will surely be another fantastic One Night Stand. Our tap list so far includes the following:

Coulter IPA Citizen Black's Dawn Holy Jim Falls XPA ABZ IPA La Crema 3rd Anniversary Belgian Strong Buckwheat Oktoberfest 2012 Session Saison


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Update: This will be a special event on the back patio (yes, it will be ready!) Space will be limited so please try to come early.

 Beer Belly

Sunday, July 28, 2013 

Come join Celebrator Beer News Tomm Carroll for “Viva la Birra Italiana,” a crash course in Italian craft beer at Beer Belly from 1 to 5 p.m. Enjoy flights of innovative beers from the country’s ever-growing birra artigianale scene, which grew out of Italy’s Slow Food movement. Featured will be brews from such birrificios as Amiata, Baladin, del Borgo, Brûton, Grado Plato, Italiano, Montegioco and Troll.

Beer List below:

Birrifiicio Amiata:

  • Contessa

Birreria le Baladin:

  • Wayan
  • Nora

Birra del Borgo:

  • Genziana
  • Enkir
  • My Antonia

Birrifficio Brûton:

  • Brûton di Brûton
  • Momus Birrificio

Grado Plato:

  • Chocarrubica

Birrificio Italiano:

  • Tipo Pils

Birrificio Montegioco:

  • Quartra Runa

Birrificio Troll:

  • Shangrila Fume

Viva Italia: Italian Beers With Tomm Carroll


On Sunday, July 28 we will be hosting an event dedicated to the beers of Italy with a tap list curated by Tomm Carroll. If you haven't yet met Tomm, you really need to. The man is one of the most knowledgable beer people in all of L.A. His passion for craft is unending and we are very much looking forward to spending an afternoon with him.

Most people think of Italian beer as the green bottled macro-lagers of Peroni and Moretti. Italy is obviously awash in a variety of fantastic wines, but did you know that there is an increasing surge of craft beer as well? And in a land of wine, cheese, and truffles it's no surprise that craft loving Italians are demanding flavorful beer. The Full Pint recently published an article about their three favorite Italian breweries.

Save the date and stay tuned for the full tap list for the event. Salute!