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The Bruery
Today 12:00 – 10:00 PM
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717 Dunn Way Placentia, CA 92870
717 Dunn WayUSCaliforniaPlacentia92870
$$BreweryToday 12:00 – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 12:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday 12:00 – 10:00 PMThursday 12:00 – 10:00 PMFriday 12:00 – 10:00 PMSaturday 12:00 – 10:00 PMSunday 12:00 – 10:00 PMMonday 12:00 – 10:00 PM

Our calling is to create beers with character and depth using the simplest and purest of means. We do not filter or pasteurize our beers. The majority of our bottled beers gain carbonation through 100% bottle conditioning, allowing carbonation to naturally occur through a secondary bottle fermentation. We strive to use unconventional ingredients, and we will proudly state what we put in our beers.

We are inspired by those in the brewing community who are pushing the limits of what 'beer' is. We wouldn't be here if it weren't for great brewers who came before us. We aspire to be an influential force in craft brewing.

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Craft brewer offering pours of its Belgian-style, barrel-aged beers in a buzzy tasting room.- Google
"Good EXPERIMENTAL BEER, sours, farmhouses, reds and more."
"Great tasting room experience."
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Garrett Gerhart
a week ago
Great sours and barrel aged, but don't come here expecting an ipa, they don't make one...but thats ok trust me. Often have food trucks our front.
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Sam Richins
2 weeks ago
Great location for craft beers. Their always have interesting sour, strong, and barrel aged beers and they are doing a great job on all fronts.
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lianna ostiguin
3 weeks ago
The best experience I had Kyle was very helpful in every way to help me figure out what I like
Steven C
a year ago
One of my favorite breweries. I like how small and intimate the setting is. I also like the variety and flavors of beers they have...they specialize in tart beers and they do a great job at it. I really like the fact that they allow customers to bring in their own food (as they do not provide any food), and sometimes food trucks will come as well. One day I hope to become a member and get all the exclusive beers :)
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Mark Griewahn
5 months ago
Great for the "Off the Beaten Path" experimental beers. For those who's perfect beer is a Coors/Bud or if you are like 'Gone Drinkin' and don't read up on the place your headed to you may be disappointed. The Bruery does collaborations and experiment with ingredients/flavor and they are forthright with the I formation online and so are the reviews below. Anyways... Good EXPERIMENTAL BEER, sours, farmhouses, reds and more. Come with an open mind and taste fresh ideas.
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a year ago
Great experience on my first visit out! It was a little crowded, but that was to be expected seeing as how it was the night before Thanksgiving. Awesome selection of tasty beers and very knowledgeable staff. The growler price was phenomenal and it's pretty damn nice looking. I would always come visit here when I am in town. Keep up the good brewing guys and gals!!
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Pete Shieh
10 months ago
The Bruery rapes me all the time. Bone dry. They have so many good beers, but they charge a premium. If you want the exclusive beers like Grey Monday and Black Tuesday, you have to be in their club. That is, if you can get in. They have a crapload of beers. For me to list all of them would be insane. They have regular beers, seasonal beers, collaboration beers (one with Bottle Logic soon) , beers in oak barrels, beers in whiskey barrels, special collection, seasonal collection, reserve member beers....and more! Next thing you know, they will have mini bottles and magnum bottles. For easy drinking try the Loakal Red For you sours fans try Sours in the Rye If you are a Reserve Society member (you shouldn't be reading this): Try Chocolate Rain, better than Black Tuesday IMO. There's so much selection and exclusions here, it does get quite confusing even for an almost everyday beer drinker like me. So you can always get a flight of tasters if you are new year. They have different selections with that as well. You can make your own or select from the set they have. Usually all around $10 range. What I can tell you from my experience here is that the tasting room is quite nice. It gets crowded very quick. There are no food. They have food trucks from time to time (Yes, visit my buddy at A Bite Truck there usually on Sundays). The bathrooms are clean (Yes 1 for men and 1 for women). Thumbs up for that ! So come early, score a table, make some friends. I love this place and I've been trying to get a job here part time but no avail. Maybe I'll just be volunteer at one of their events again because I had a great time meeting folks and enjoying their beers.
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Ayla Baha
2 weeks ago
Great selection of hand crafted beers!