Come join us for Dia de los Cerveceros y Cocineros!! Craft homebrew, food, music, art, and vendors.
All Proceeds will go to support the Vision, Mission & Program Services of El Centro de Ayuda and Plaza de la Raza.
$30 pre-sale / $40 at the door / $100 4-pack / $15 Designated Driver / Must be at least 21
Ticket purchase includes:
Beer tasting from over 30 home breweries. To compliment your beer tasting experience, an array of delicious food will be available for purchase from some incredible local food vendors. For your musical entertainment, 3 live bands, DJ’s and strolling mariachi. To add to the event, an art exhibit and craft vendors.
Called “one of the most important homebrew clubs in the world”, SoCal Cerveceros members are known for brewing competition winning beers using ingredients influenced by culture and heritage. Attendees can expect to taste a wide range of unique craft beer. Styles include an array of fan favorites from IPA, Hazy IPA, Hefeweizen, Lager, to Belgian Saison, Witbier and Golden Stout to name just a few. For drinkers looking to push their palate, there are some more off-centered offerings including; mango habanero IPA, spicy tamarindo saison, café de olla stout, black saison coffee stout, and even a blueberry mojito IPA. For those who enjoy drinking cider, they have you covered too.
Dia de los Cerveceros y Cocineros looks to put an emphasis on food by showcasing an array of independent food vendors from Los Angeles County. Compton based chef, Juan Garcia, brings his Goat Mafia brand of birria inspired dishes. Goat Mafia is quickly becoming known for their creative smoked meat options. With a constant presence in the local brewery scene, In the Cut Kitchen is sure to stand out with their unique style of craft quesadillas. Plenty more food options will be available including vegan fare by Zaneta’s Kitchen. A staple at SCC events, Zaneta Santana’s dishes will have meat lovers reconsidering their options. Many more food vendors will be announced online as the event date approaches.
Taking this festival over the top is a stellar lineup of music. DJ collective, La Junta Sound System, will supply dancefloor magic with their World/Latin party music. Afro-tropical ensemble Tropi Corillo, will have you dancing in LA, but feeling like you’re in Cuba on a Sunday in summer. The soul-funk psych rock of Chola Orange will have you swaying and toe-tapping in a trance-like state. Beer will have never sounded so good. On top of all that, there is a special secret guest performing. The guest is said to be an all-female rock band, hailing from East Los Angeles.