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Grab A Pint At The New Mumford Brewery In The Arts District This Weekend
Starting this weekend, the Arts District will have a brand new destination for all of your locally-brewed beer drinking needs.
Mumford Brewing will open its brand new taproom doors this Saturday and Sunday, just a short stumble from the neighborhood's other craft beer purveyor, Angel City Brewery. Started by brothers Peter and Tom Mumford (no relation to the band!) with the help of Tom's wife, Tien, the brewery will be offering tasting flights, half pints, full pints and growler fills of their four current offerings. The beers are brewed on-site and include an American Black Ale, a California Cream Ale, and two IPAs, according to their website. The taproom will offer pretzels as snacks, and guests are encouraged to bring in their own bites or order from neighboring restaurants like The Escondite.
The opening weekend will kick off with a soft-opening party from noon to 6 pm on Saturday and will remain open until 8 pm. For anyone who misses out on the Saturday fun or immediately falls in love with the beer and wishes to return, they will also be open from noon to 6pm on Sunday. After this weekend's opening the brewery's taproom will be open on weekends only for those same hours, and eventually offer extended hours.
With Iron Triangle Brewery slated to open a massive brewery complex in the neighborhood sometime later this summer, the Arts District is soon to be a treasure trove for craft beer.
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