NOW'T BUT STOUT

What: Beer Festival

When: Saturday - March 17, 2018 @ 12:00PM to Saturday - March 17, 2018 @ 05:00PM

Where: Yorkshire Square Brewery, Torrance, California
Join Yorkshire Square Brewery and TreePeople on March 17th, 2018 (aka St. Patrick’s Day!) for our first annual N’OWT BUT STOUT FESTIVAL, showcasing dark beer (on cask and keg) from breweries selected by Yorkshire Square’s head brewer, Andy Black, for their skills at making fantastic dark beer. Consider this the opposite of your boilerplate beer festival with cookie-cutter, mass-market IPAs. We're here to raise the flag for the malt; beautiful specialty malts with their gorgeous coffee notes, toast, roast, and chocolate.

Starting at 12pm, attendees can work through the selective beer list from our 3 bars and Cask Marque accredited tasting room. Interested in how cask ales are made? Or do you wonder about the splendor of malty beer? Yorkshire Square’s head brewer will take you through the process of brewing for cask from start to finish. If Andy's rambling isn't enough, at 2pm we're hosting a panel of brewers and beer writers for a moderated discussion on all things dark beer followed by a brutally honest audience Q&A.

Hungry? There will be several food trucks on-site to soak up all of that delicious beer. Get your discounted Early Bird tickets now for one of the most exclusive cask ale festivals in the US!

So, what does a ticket actually get me?
- Snazzy commemorative glass
- Infinite pours of all beer from 12-5pm
- Access to the Brewer Panel

EARLY BIRD PRICED tickets can be found at the link above. 21+ over only. Please bring your ID for entry into festival.

Featured Breweries (check back regularly for updated list)
Beachwood Brewing
Craftsman Brewing
Eagle Rock Brewery
El Segundo Brewing Co.
Firestone Walker - Propagator
Green Cheek Beer Co.
Highland Park Brewery
Mikkeller Brewing San Diego
Smog City Brewing
Stereo Brewing Company
Yorkshire Square Brewery

About TreePeople
TreePeople unites people and government around the power of trees and nature-based solutions to grow a healthy, green city in the face of climate change’s increasing impacts. Together, we grow a greener, healthier and more water-secure Los Angeles for present and future generations. For more information, visit treepeople.org.

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