Hey Hey! First, major apologies for the lack of blogging…It’s been a summer. Wanted to give you a small update: Construction at the brewery has been ongoing the entire year, with it slowly but surely coming to an end for Phase 1. With losing power for 3 months, and some hiccups with the city, small […]
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In case you missed it, here is the text to my article in Beer Paper LA from December 2015. Catch my second piece in the June 16 issue now! You may have noticed a lack of blog posts since March 2015. Oops! Hope to be more active soon. Cheers! -Kevin Back in May, I was […]
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Cellador is the literal interpretation of the British pronunciation of the phrase ʺCellar Door.” It is widely said that the phrase Cellar Door is the most beautiful sounding in the English language. Our name is a play on the fact that the correct spelling is irrelevant to this idea. Art and beauty in all its […]
There’s something special about beer. From my first homebrewed batch in my kitchen, I was instantly hooked. I tend to focus on a thing with insane attention, and pretty soon I had almost completely converted my obsession with philosophy to brewing. Fast forward a few years. I’ve spent time working in the breweries at Golden […]
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Craft brewery producing unique and exceptional ales that are 100% oak barrel-fermented using high quality local and organic ingredients.