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Eagle Rock Brewery

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BEER AVG
3.76/5
Based on:
41 Beers
651 Ratings
Place Score: 86
Ratings: 47
Reviews: 19
rAvg: 3.77
pDev: n/a
Taps: 8
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar ]

3065 Roswell St
Los Angeles, California, 90065
United States
phone: (323) 257-7866

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @eaglerockbrew

Notes:
Place added by: SShelly on 12-08-2009

Tasting Room for the brewery is open Friday and Saturday Evening and Sunday Afternoon
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3.25/5  rDev -13.8%

Very small taproom. A little hard to find but nice when you do. Quite a few of their beers on tap with bottles available, and a small fridge with some others. Food trucks show up with some pretty good stuff. Had a good time there...

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4/5  rDev +6.1%

When a brewery opens 15 minutes early for you you start to wonder if you've found your true love. Unfortunately, this relationship won't quite work out, not because of anything Eagle Rock did, but because of the distance between us. If she were closer, I'd be all in those thighs on the often.

The vibe is industrial meets coffee shop, with seating space very precious (although I recently read of a new location coming) and an enthusiastic crowd setting up board games and claiming every spare inch of space.

It's been quite some time since I was here (December 2013), but the standout beers were: Stimulus with Intelligentsia coffee added and Solidarity.

Stimulus was one of the few beers I've had (Stone's Dayman being the other) to be a non-stout ale to utilize coffee. The result was a pleasant surprise. The coffee didn't dominate the beer but added a layer of new flavor to the otherwise malty red ale.

Solidarity again surprised me for it's incredibly low ABV combined with a robust, malty flavor. It was somewhat like drinking a big hefty stout with all of the roasted malt, chocolate and coffee notes, but with the lightness of a pilsner. I loved it. I wish I'd had more.

The beers were fairly priced, the flight pours healthy, and the service polite. Nothing at all to complain about.

This is a good spot for y'all Angelenos. Enjoy.

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vibe: 3.75 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3.75 | selection: 3.75

Eagle Rock Brewery is located just of CA-2 in an industrial neighborhood, and at first impression is very difficult to find from the street. Parking is already very ,limited on the street, and once where you find where the brewery is located, there are a few "double space" parking spots located at the front door, and luckily I was able to snag a spot without being blocked in by another car.

Inside, the taproom is small but clean. There's a small tasting bar and a handful of tables for seating. A small window allows you to look into the brewery itself from the taproom.

Behind the bar is the posted taplist, pouring a combination of house beers (six Eagle Rock beers, including a Ruby Mild and Belgian Pale Ale), and four guest beers (Pumpkinweizen from Wolf Creek), with beers being poured into standard shaker pints. House beers run at $5, which for Los Angeles looks like a bargain. Growlers and bottles are available for purchase to go.

Nice little place in the area to hit up. I'd hit it up again in the future.

Photo of chugger14
4.13/5  rDev +9.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 3

Hard to imagine the Eagle Rock is the grand daddy of all the Los Angeles breweries, it being only a few years old. But it is so, this little brewery (which by the way isn't actually in Eagle Rock - but then again Lagunitas isn't in Lagunitas either.... I digress) has become a staple on the LA beer scene.
Jeremy and Ting are lovely people who are passionate about their beer.
The vibe in the little tasting room is super chill and very friendly. All of the staff is great. A real family feeling throughout. A big glass wall in the bar area shows off the small but artfully laid our brewery. If you're lucky, they'll walk you through.

They don't have any food but sometimes have food trucks.

The house beers are always great but don't change too often. They also have a guest beer or two which is usually a great selection. They also have some bottles for sale.

Yearling and Solidarity are my faves but if they have Red Velvet, get it.

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Eagle Rock Brewery in Los Angeles, CA
86 out of 100 based on 47 ratings.