To celebrate their 3rd Anniversary, Ladyface Ale Companie and their brewpub, Alehouse & Brasserie, are planning a full week of events highlighting their award-winning ales. Monday, all taps begin pouring Ladyface creations and, over the course of the week, guests will be able to enjoy special releases, archived vintages, barrel aged brews, collaborations, brewer’s one-off creations, casks, and more.
Monday also sees the release of Ladyface’s 3rd Anniversary Ale, a Belgian Dark Strong Ale with a deep garnet hue and a dense white foam head. Aromas of soft caramel and toffee are layered between earthy spice and fruit. Hops are faint but enough presence to balance. Flavors of rum-raisin and fresh baked bread are followed quickly by warming alcohol. A strong Belgian yeast character is present and exotic Asian teas add subtle layers of vanilla and dark chocolate truffle. Limited edition 3rd Anniversary glassware, with a year-long discount program, also goes on sale.
Tuesday, January 22nd sees Ales From The Vault, on Wednesday Chef Adrian Gioia and Brewmaster David Griffiths present a reservation-only Brewmaster’s Dinner, then Thursday is Barrel-Aged Beer Night. Event details, including is music and prize drawings, can be found on the Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie Facebook page and at www.ladyfaceale.com.
Ladyface Ale Companie was established in late 2009 along with its restaurant Ladyface Alehouse & Brasserie. Named an international RateBeer.com Best Brewpub in 2011 and 2012, Ladyface is known for their award-winning Belgian, French and American style ales. La Blonde, La Blanche Wit, Blind Ambition Abbey Ale, Trois Filles Tripel, and seasonal ales such as La Trappistine® Belgian Dark Ale, Bluebelly Barleywine and Dérailleur® Bière-de-Garde are brewed onsite. Ladyface is one of Los Angeles County’s first modern day microbreweries, and the first brewpub in the Conejo Valley. Visit www.ladyfaceale.com for more information on Ladyface beers, tours and special events.
Company: Ladyface Ale Companie
Contact: Robyn Britton