We are excited to bring on our newest venue in the Los Angeles area, Iron Triangle Brewing. They offer a great selection of craft beers that is popularly sold throughout the city.
Look for these Painting & Brews painting events on the calendar every 2nd and 4th Monday starting in January. Forget about sitting in crazy LA rush hour when you can come down to enjoy a paint and sip class with your co-workers or friends after work. Our beginner acrylic painting classes are better then happy hour because you get to create your own piece of art to cherish forever.
Here is a little info about the venue:
Where does the name Iron Triangle come from?
At the turn of the 20th century, Los Angeles had a population of just over 100,000. Struggling with an all too familiar issue, a lack of water. William Mulholland, Fred Eaton, and Joseph Lippincott aimed to rectify that by building one of the largest public works projects in U.S. history, the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Within a decade of completing the project, Los Angeles vaulted to the 10th most populous city in the United States, and has steadily climbed the chart for almost one hundred years. Mulholland, Eaton, and Lippincot's relationship was known as an Iron Triangle, a powerful alliance among the three agencies needed to build the monumental structure. Iron Triangle Brewery takes its inspiration from these men’s strength and vision, as well as the golden age of Los Angeles.
Why open a brewery in Downtown LA?
From the 1920s to 1950s, downtown Los Angeles was the artistic, cultural, and business hub of the west coast. Art Deco theaters, banks, and public works buildings lined the streets. A bustling rail system was the envy of every other city on the West Coast, and Hollywood made the city
Learn more about their great beer selection by checking their website: IRON TRIANGLE