April 24th, 2019 | Amy Smith,
Transplants Brewing in Palmdale is known for its hoppy west coast ales and creative specialties. We strive to brew inventive and flavorful creations and are always brainstorming new ideas and approaches for our beer. Just as Los Angeles attracts collects random people from all over the world (our team originally hails from Chicago, New York & Missouri), our specialty beer recipes draw from diverse, worldly and ethnic influences which often blur the lines between culinary and brewing sensibilities. In both senses, Transplants Brewing Company truly is “Ales for the Unrooted.”
Art also plays a huge role at Transplants; monsters, creatures and other oddities are conjured up to pair nicely with their liquid counterparts. The art and beer are always created with each other in mind, resulting in a satisfying union of delicious beer and transcendent artwork. It’s not hard to pick out one of these iconic designs from a bottle lineup, but the amazing artwork really comes to life in the immersive designs and murals in the taproom. Located in the high desert about an hour north of Los Angeles, Transplants Brewing Company in Palmdale is a destination for beer lovers and a convenient stopover for anyone attending Bluesapalooza.
Transplants Brewing will be pouring Saturday and Sunday, August 3rd and 4th, 2019!
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