LA-based Golden Road Brewing is making another significant move in Orange County this year, with a new small-batch brewery and full restaurant headed to the recently renovated shopping center known as Peter’s Landing.
As one of LA’s largest breweries, Golden Road Brewing’s pace has been pretty non-stop since its Atwater Village debut in 2011, though an outright 2015 purchase by beer giant Anheuser Busch has certainly helped. The company introduced a Golden Road taproom and restaurant in Anaheim that same year, and have since added outlets in Grand Central Market in 2016, as well as a station in LAX and one in Sacramento.
The forthcoming 8,000 square foot Orange County brewpub will maintain the established Golden Road flavor, with indoor and dog-friendly outdoor seating, corn hole, and bocce ball. There’s not only 30 to 40 taps available, but a seven barrel system for small-batch brewing.
Accompanying the brewery is a full-service restaurant with pubby appetizers, pizza, and sandwiches. And just like the other Golden Road locations, they’ve provided plenty of vegan options for those avoiding animal products, a nod to former co-founder Tony Yanow’s vegan lifestyle. Yanow is no longer involved with the company, having founded the Artisanal Brewers Collective, opening up restaurants and brewpubs across Southern California. A spokesperson anticipates the Peter’s Landing opening for mid to late 2019.
Golden Road Brewing Peter’s Landing. 16390 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach
Source: Eater LA – All