It's that delicious time of the year when the Oktoberfest suds start flowing and our go-to spot is the Tustin Brewery! Established in 1996, Tustin Brewery's the type of place where it's not unusual to see the local Little League teams have a pizza party, then Grandpa and Grandma comes in for dinner followed by rival softball teams settling things over tasty craft beer.
Towne Park Brewing was established in 2014 at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado Canyon by Brett Lawrence. Brewing craft beer on his family's ranch was just one of many Stetsons that Brett has worn as he helped run Rancho Las Lomas, which hosts about 130 events a year and is also a wild animal preserve complete with tigers, zebras and a parrot named Darwin. And these good times are about to get better.
Saddle up your Lyft ride and mosey on down to the newest brewery in the LBC—Signal Hill represent! The father-son team of Dan and Jesse Sundstrom welcome you to Ten Mile Brewing, a truly family affair with even the cuñado pitching in by finding the building for the Sundstroms to set up shop. It's named after the creek in the Sierra Nevadas where the family has owned a cabin for five generations. And that rustic feel is evident in the tasting room décor and spacious tables.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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