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Craft Beer Darlings 'Three Weavers' Is Throwing A 1-Year Anniversary Party
Time flies, and it seems like just yesterday that the female-run craft beer brewers, Three Weavers, opened up their Inglewood brewery and tap room to the masses. It's been a year now, and they're celebrating their first anniversary this Saturday with an event that's just like a kids party, but with a lot of delicious beer.
Think beer tastings, live music, hourly pinatas, tasty food offerings, large-scale lawn games and maybe even balloon animals at their massive brewery. They'll have 18 different beers on tap, including their first anniversary IPA called First Rodeo, their Hibiscus Saison, and their Mocha Southbounder Stout on nitro.
A general admission ticket, which is $25, will get you a commemorative glass, five 5 oz. pours, and access to the day's festivities from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. You can purchase additional beer tickets if you're feeling extra thirsty. Folks who purchase $40 VIP tickets get an extra hour of partying, with entrance at 1 p.m. and pours of extra special beers.
Hey, and you can do some good while you drink Three Weavers beer. Proceeds from the event will go towards the Inglewood charity One For All that empowers youth in the community through social programs. Win-win.