USA, CA: Rad Beer Co. to hold grand opening on May 21
The partners behind Rad Brat, a newly opened specialty eatery in Dana Point, are pleased to announce the grand opening of brewery and tasting room concept, Rad Beer Co. at 12 p.m. on Friday, May 21, 2021. Located at 1301 S Lewis Street in Anaheim, Rad Beer will be open daily, Brewbound reported.
Friends, entrepreneurs, and craft beer enthusiasts, the all-star team behind the brand includes Cameron Collins, (Founder of Brew Ha Ha Productions), Dylan Mobley (former head brewer at Bottle Logic Brewing and current head brewer of Helmsman Ale House of Newport Beach), Joe Wilshire (Docent Brewing / Project Social) and Steve Martin (Project Social). As natives of the Golden State, the partners wanted to ensure that the spaces they create embody the best of California culture by merging a lively and unpretentious ambiance with solid beers and a killer soundtrack.
Anaheim has an incredible craft beer scene, said Cameron Collins, partner of Rad Beer. Were stoked to bring a rad new destination to the beer hub and give people a place where they can discover their new favorite beer, listen to some great music, and enjoy being social again.
Rad Beer is housed in a 4,550 square-foot space with a tasting room that showcases a vibrant, floor-to-ceiling mural by a California-born artist, adding to the aesthetic of a 90s skate shop while celebrating the Anaheim community. Catch the MMA fights and the big games from the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Angels on the massive video wall featuring a ten-foot by six-foot projected image.
Behind the counter, youll find the brands show-stopping signature Rad Red eight-foot draft beer system with room for 20 handles of fresh hops brewed onsite. The state-of-the-art draft system will offer pours for guests to enjoy in the tasting room or at home with 32-ounce crowlers available to-go. Rad Beers introductory beer list will include a German Pilsner, Mexican-style Lager, West Coast IPA, Double West Coast IPA and a Hazy IPA, crafted by Partner and Head Brewer, Dylan Mobley. Well have Rad Beer staples which will remain on the menu, but well also leave room for seasonal flavors and special releases, said Mobley.