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Golden Road Brewing Expands to Include Cozy Private Bar

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Golden Road Brewing is about to get a little bit fancy pants. The brewery, who recently celebrated their one year anniversary, will be opening up a private area called Chloe before the end of the year. Though it won't be as hoity toity as a Hollywood nightclub, it'll be a little more upscale than their chilled-out, astroturf-clad pub.

Says the Times:

"Yet unlike the more boisterous pub next door, which now features an Astroturf lawn and an old English pub game named Aunt Sally, Chloe's has a more reserved, club-like feel. In fact, when the space is officially up-and-running toward the end of this year, Yanow expects Chloe's, decorated in vintage beer signs from long-defunct L.A. beer makers such as Maier Brewery, to host weekly gatherings open only to those in the beer industry ...Think of it as kind of an invite-only Golden Road-run beer guild."

The space will seat about 200, and thought it will hold industry nights, there will also be times when it will be open to the public. They also anticipate that it will be rented for corporate meetings, educational dinners, and even "beer geek weddings." That sounds like a Pinterest board waiting to happen.

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