DTLA Craft Brewery Features A Pumpkin Ale & Other New Craft Brews
One has a name appropriate with the season, Devil’s Delight. It is the the next installment in its artist series, Devil’s Delight. This Hazy DIPA design was created by Keenan Shur (@not.shur), who brought an old-school graffitied twist on everything creepy to house flavors of Orange Marmalade, Honeydew, and Herbal Tea. The beer clocks in at 8.2% ABV. If you can’t make it to the brewery, you can order it online here.
Another new Halloween-inspired craft beer is the Pumpkin Ale which is, as the name implies, a pumpkin-flavored ale.
For the day after those Halloween parties, the brewery is also releasing Imperial Pastry Stout, which is full of bourbon vanilla beans and cold brew coffee.
Also look for Wet Hop Ale made from the Turkel Family Estate hops this month.
Earlier in October, Boomtown released Cool Kids, a classic Hazy IPA.
In other news, Boomtown has modified its sprawling location (which normally accommodates hundreds of guests) for social distancing and has re-opened its tasting room.
Keeping safety and cleanliness as top priority, Boomtown’s staff are doubling down on sanitation efforts, while donning safety gear like gloves and masks, and will have their temperature taken daily. Beer lovers will also have their temperature taken in addition to wearing masks when not eating or drinking.
As is the case with any bar or restaurant in California, people are required to order food with any purchase of beer. For the month of October Corazon LA will be providing food on site. Reservations will be required via open table.
The brewery is still available for contactless pick-up everyday Monday through Friday from 2-7 p.m., and on Saturdays and Sundays from Noon-5 p.m. The new taproom hours are as follows:
• Thursday-Sunday: 5-9 p.m.
• Monday-Wednesday: Closed
Boomtown Brewery is located at: 700 Jackson St, Los Angeles
Its website is: www.boomtownbrew.com