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The Brew Review: Westwood Brewing Company

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Hello everyone and welcome to The Brew Review. This is your one stop shop for what is going on in world of delicious beer in Los Angeles.

Today’s episode: The Westwood Brewing Company

The Westwood Brewing Company is a medium sized brew pub boasting an indoor bar/ restaurant as well as a large enclosed patio. Contrary to the name, this Westwood Company does not do any brewing of their own. Inside, the bar had the usual assortment of large TV’s, neon beer signs and random paraphernalia. There are plenty of tables to sit and eat, as well as room to sit at the counter, socialize and drink.

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I arrived at the Brewing CO. at about 7:30 to watch Monday Night Football. The place was less than crowded, with a majority of the after-work patrons glued to the football broadcast. Other than the game, there wasn’t much going on at this bar, but after all, it was a Monday. I plan on returning on a Friday or Saturday to see what the difference is. Around 9:30-10 the scene picked up a bit, as a few college aged groups sauntered in, but the flow quickly died out by 11. If you are itching to mingle on a Monday, this isn’t the place. Happy hour runs from 11:30 am to 6 pm but only covers certain drinks. Otherwise a pint will run $5.50.

Now for the good part.