These photos were taken Wednesday afternoon at Naja’s Place in Redondo Beach, where they are holding their 10th annual IPA Festival. The annual event started Wednesday afternoon and will run through May 23, with over 80 IPAs to be served over the course of the week.
If you have never attended Naja’s IPA Festival, it works like this. Naja’s pretty much turns 80 taps from a variety of beers to just IPAs; Session, West Coast, New England, Hazy, Black, Doubles, and Triples. Attendees pay $15 for their first pour, which comes in a commemorative mug, and you get a commemorative bottle opener. From that point on, you just bring back your mug and you can refill it for $6.00, $7.00, or $8.00. Take the mug home and return any day of the festival to get it filled for those prices.
There will be “Specialty Days” that will feature certain breweries; on Thursday, Knee Deep Brewing will be the featured brewery, followed by Pizza Port on Friday, Ballast Point on Saturday, and Societe Brewing on Sunday.
Naja’s Place opens at 2:00 PM on weekdays, but will open at 11:30 AM on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Naja’s Place is located at 154 International Boardwalk in Redondo Beach. Cheers!
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