These photos were taken at the ribbon cutting for Torrance’s latest craft brewery, Scholb Premium Ales; which was held at the production brewery’s tasting room in Torrance on Friday afternoon. The Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) ribbon cutting was attended by friends and family of the Schulz’s and Kolb’s as well as the City of Torrance Mayor Pat Furey and city council members Kurt Weideman, Heidi Ashcraft and Mike Griffiths along with many TACC representatives.
For their grand opening, Scholb introduced a couple new beers to their taps, bringing the number of brews currently available to eight. Today they offered their SoCal Blonde, Roll With It Brown, Cherry Wood Smoked Brown, Columbia Street Pale, Havanuther Session IPA, Dad’s IPA, Not Lyin’ Rye IPA and my current favorite, Bat Ray Red IPA.
In addition to the cookies and snacks that were provided by Scholb, PG Tacos & Sliders was there to provide some warm food to help absorb the libations.
Judging by the turnout and people’s first experience with Scholb, they are going to do quite well. Scholb Premium Ales is located at 2964 Columbia Street in Torrance. In case you are wondering, it is in the same industrial park as Absolution Brewing; maybe 200 yards west. If you visit one, you owe it to yourself to visit the other. Congratulations to the Schulz’s, Kolb’s and Scholb Premium Ales on a great start to what should be a great future. Cheers!
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