Just behind the railroad tracks in Atwater Village, hides L.A.’s biggest hometown brewery. The yellow house at Golden Road Brewing opened its doors to Los Angeles with the introduction of its new pub– serving up to twenty original beers on tap and accompanied with an organic fresh selection of menu items. Founded in 2011 by co-owners, Tony Yanow and Meg Gill, the brewery offers guests an eclectic selection of beers that mirrors the eclectic nature of the city.
Marked by its three colorful warehouses (red, blue and yellow), Golden Road Brewing is easy to spot against the lush greenery of the Santa Monica Mountains. This unusual location, nuzzled between Griffith Park and some railroad tracks, offers the right amount of “different” that Los Angeles bar-goers expect when going to this hometown brewery.
Choose a cold pint from Golden Road Brewing’s twenty different home-brewed beers– featuring a selection from their anytime beers, carpenter’s cellar, and custom IPA’s. The Squirrel Co. favorite is the Golden Road Hefeweizen ($4), a South German beer with “a pinch of California influence,” and aromas of banana, spice, orange, and lemon. Pair your beer with one of the pub’s locally grown menu items, including Yukon gold potato fritters with parmesan served with paprika cream ($4).
Golden Road Pub is now opened seven days a week, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. or visit them anytime at www.goldenroad.la