BOOMTOWN BREWERY is thrilled to announce that they have reopened their taproom to the public in accordance with the social distancing rules in Los Angeles. Boomtown has modified its sprawling location (which normally accommodates hundreds of guests) to offer ample spacing for safety purposes, to say nothing of the fact that beer is inherently sterilized. Photos of the new tap-room arrangement can be found here.

With an abundance of caution, Boomtown’s staff are doubling down on sanitation efforts, while donning safety gear like gloves and masks, and will have their temperature taken daily. Guests will also have their temperature taken in addition to wearing masks when not eating or drinking. Food purchases are also required in the taproom, but thankfully, Boomtown has partnered with the likes of Corazon LA, Highland Hickory and others to ensure that rule provides nothing but a good time. Guests must make a reservation to enter the taproom and have a two-hour visit limit and six-person maximum party for each slot. Make reservations here. While the brewery is still available for contactless pick-up every day from 12:00pm-7:00pm, the new taproom hours are as follows:

Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday and Thursday: 4:00 pm– 10:00 pm
Friday: 4:00 pm – 12:00 am
Saturday: 12:00 pm-12:00 am
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

In honor of reopening the taproom, Boomtown will release the next installment in their renowned canned artist series–the first since quarantine began. The aptly named Brighter Dayz was created with artist Bunnie Reiss and is set to release on Friday, June 26th with a portion of all sales going to Ghetto Film School, a nonprofit founded to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great American storytellers.

Boomtown’s managing partner John Rankin says, “Boomtown Brewery, like just about everyone else in the entire world, has been feeling the impact of many heavy life moments in recent months. From the shuttering of our beloved tap room during the quarantine due to a worldwide pandemic, to the wrongful death of George Floyd and the ensuing worldwide heartache and anger from the institutional racism felt by so many, there has been much to reflect on and many changes yet to be made. Seeing the world band together and step up to fight both of these diseases and look out for one another has been inspiring to say the least. While there is still a long road ahead of us, we feel we can see glimpses of hope and Brighter Dayz ahead.”

This canned release will be followed by several more with details to be announced, giving Los Angeles beer lovers plenty to look forward to as we ease out of quarantine.

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