Are you looking to branch out from the usual beer options on the shelf? Maybe you're just trying to live a more conscious lifestyle and find Black-owned brands? If you love a good beer, we have just the thing for you. Why not try out some of the best and freshest Black-owned beer brands based right there in Los Angeles County? These breweries provide unique and delicious flavors that are sure to tantalize your taste buds! Whether it's an IPA, stout or lager, they've got something to please every kind of beer lover. Read on to discover why these beers deserve a spot at your next gathering
Crowns & Hops Brewing Co.
Crowns & Hops Brewing Co. was founded by Teo Hunter and Beny Ashburn in 2018. Their goal was to create a space where people from all walks of life could come together and enjoy good beer. Crowns & Hops Brewing Co. is known for its bold and flavorful beers, including the BPLB (Black People Love Beer) Stout and the South Central IPA. They also have a commitment to social justice and community engagement, which is reflected in their events and collaborations with other organizations. Currently, you have the opportunity to indulge in Crowns & Hops Dopest IPA at the Disney Food & Wine Festival, which takes place from March 3rd through April 25th in Anaheim at the California Adventure Park.
People's Republic of South Central
People's Republic of South Central (PRSC) was founded by two friends, U.C. Berkeley graduates Craig Bowers and Samuel Chawinga in 2018 who wanted to bring great beer to the South Central community. The brewery has quickly gained a reputation for brewing bold and innovative beers, such as the Legacy Hazy IPA and the Summoning West Coast IPA. PRSC is also committed to giving back to the community and supporting social justice causes through events and collaborations with local organizations.
Warcloud Brewing is a brewery that takes inspiration from the Wu-Tang Clan and creates beers with unique and bold flavors. Some of their popular brews include the Strawberry Infused Rocket Man and the Honey Hazy Double IPA. Warcloud Brewing also supports various community organizations and has hosted fundraisers for local nonprofits.
We recommend checking the brewery's website or social media pages for information on where to purchase their beers or to contact them directly for more details. By supporting these Black-owned breweries, we can not only enjoy delicious beer, but also contribute to the economic success of these businesses and the greater Los Angeles community. So, next time you’re in the mood for a cold one, be sure to check out one of these breweries.