Forget mimosas, drink craft beer with your brunch
In Los Angeles, brunch is a dearly held weekend tradition, and for good reason. A languid pace and cheat-worthy foods that straddle the divide between eggs-and-bacon and soup-and-salad, all alongside boozy beverages served long before the sun gets above the proverbial yardarm, make the meal into an indolent escape from workaday realities.
When you think brunch, you probably think of the decadence of bottomless mimosas or a parade of bloody Marys baroquely adorned with all manner of wild garnishes. They’re classic brunch tipples for a reason, but the best beverage for a lazy brunch might well be beer. Beer’s affinity for food is finally becoming more mainstream, and the vast variety of styles and flavors means there’s a bottle for nearly every food and every mood.
We’ve covered some of the most brunch-friendly beers in the past, but to really get a feel for how well-suited craft brews are to the brunch table, you should take advantage of the variety of L.A. beer bars that serve up fantastic brunchy dishes and pour the craft brews to match.
Blue Palms Brewhouse — Hollywood’s marquee craft beer destination serves up a little-known weekend brunch alongside 24 taps. The catch is that the brunch […]