38 Degrees 4th Anniversary Photos

These photos are from the 38 Degrees Ale House and Grill 4th Anniversary Celebration, held today in Alhambra. 38 Degrees Ale House and Grill is a gastropub that I visited for the first time back in February when they had their Pliny the Younger release party. Even though it is a 30 mile ride out there, I knew that I was going to have to return; their guest tap list was pretty impressive and the food looked and smelled good. When I heard they were having their 4th anniversary celebration I knew that this would be an outstanding event.

We got there shortly after the scheduled start time and the 38 Degrees fans were already beginning to fill the place up and I could not help but notice the number of flights that were being purchased. Of course, when you look at the list of beers they had available it is easy to understand why. From their Facebook page, the taps were pouring:

Alesmith Barrel Aged Speedway
Allagash Odyssey Oak Aged Dark Wheat
Ballast Point Barrel Aged Indra Kunindra
Ballast Point Coedo East To West IPA (Fresh batch brewed in San Diego)
Beachwood Hop Ninja
Craftsman Ursa Minor
Dogfish Head Immort Ale
Eagle Rock Tart Noir
Eagle Rock Templeton Rye Barrel Aged Threes Anniversary
Epic Brewing Smoked and Oaked
Figueroa Mountain 2nd Anniversary Ale Aged in Grenache Wine Barrels
Firestone Walker XVI Anniversary
Firestone Walker Sucaba
Great Divide Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti
Hebrew Funky Jewbelation
High Water Old & In The Way 2011
Ironfire Coffee Stout Aged in Rye Whiskey Barrels
Ironfire Merlot Barrel Aged Dead on Arrival DIPA dry hopped in barrel
Kern River Just Outstanding
Logsdon Oak Aged Seizon Bretta
Lost Abbey Brandy Barrel Aged Santa’s Helper
Lost Abbey Deliverance
Lost Abbey Older Viscosity
Lost Coast Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial 8 Ball 2012
Nectar Black Xantus
New Belgium La Folie 2012
Noble Ale Works Naughty Sauce
North Coast Old Rasputin XV
Russian River Consecration
Russian River Pliny The Elder
Russian River Sanctification
Stone 15th Anniversary Aged In Scotch Barrels
The Bruery Melange #8
The Bruery/Beachwood Mrs. Stoutfire

It was a great afternoon for beer. With so many to choose from my only regret was that I did not have a designated driver, so once again I had to be responsible. I did get an opportunity to try a few of their sliders this time and found the pork sliders to be very flavorful and the hamburger sliders were cooked just right. One day I will be able to return without the burden of driving home afterward; with the promise of good food, that should not be too difficult.

Congratulations to 38 Degrees Ale House & Grill on their four years of serving excellent beers and I look forward to visiting many more times. I hope you enjoy the photos.

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