Lost Coast Brewery
Lost Coast Brewery is based in Eureka, California. Started by two young women, Wendy Pound and Barbara Groom. they had the great idea to start Lost Coast Brewery in 1986 and the rest, as they say, is history.
The ladies were ahead of the curve. They understood that craft, small volume beers would be a great market to be in.
They make great beer. I think we can all agree to that.
After 10 years, they opened a second bottling facility to keep up with customer demand.
The Lost Coast has a restaurant as well. Check it out next time you visit the brewery.
Lost Coast Brewery Beers
Downtown Brown is a
SMOOTH, FULL-BODIED NUT BROWN ALE, LIGHTLY HOPPED WITH A HINT OF ROASTED AND CRYSTAL MALTS. THIS ALE IS DARK IN COLOUR WITHOUT THE HEAVY TASTE OF PORTER OR STOUT
INDICA IS A HOPPY, FULL-BODIED ALE. IT HAS A HIGHER THAN AVERAGE ALCOHOL CONTENT BALANCED BY RADICAL BITTERING FROM COLOMBUS HOPS, THEN DRY HOPPED WITH GENEROUS AMOUNTS OF WILLAMETTE AND CENTENNIAL HOP FLOWERS.
Just Like the shark, Great White is A CRISP BEER WITH A HINT OF CITRUS, MADE WITH TWO-ROW MALTED BARLEY, UNMALTED WHEAT, A SECRET BLEND OF HUMBOLDT HERBS, CRYSTAL CLEAR MOUNTAIN WATER AND ALE YEAST.
8 Ball Stout
NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED! THIS STOUT REWARDS THE PALATE WITH ROBUST FLAVOURS OF RoaSTED MALTS (MALTS ARE ROASTED LIKE COFFEE BEANS) AND HEAVY HOPS. A CREAMY SMOOTH SURPRISE.
Where to find Low Coast Beer
You can find them at target, online, at there brewery. And don’t forget to check them out at the local brewfest in San Diego, CA.
I know some of the Brewfest and Beer festivals are postponed this year – but guess what. They’ll be BACK. And I think they’ll be back stronger and better than ever.
Hope to see you there!
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