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Bike to Beer

Los Angeles and “beer scene” haven’t always gone together, but that’s changing. Upstart breweries are earning accolades across the Southland and so are the bike trails that lead to them. Here are three bike-to-brews rides that go down smooth.

Week 02.24.2015
Regions Southern CA

On MacLeod Nine

Bike Ride to MacLeod Ale Brewing Company

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MacLeod Ale Brewing Company is gaining notoriety for its tasty dark ales, but it’s bright green that dominates the scene as you bike towards this beer haven. The 8-mile (round-trip) pedal to the brewery starts from Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area and its 2,000 acres of green…
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Meat & Greet

The Best Meat Delivered with AgLocal

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I'll Have a Segundo

Bike Ride to El Segundo Brewing Company

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Three of our favorite B words come together to make this adventure happen: Bike. Beach. Brewery. Own your thirst on this 18-mile (round-trip) beach-and-brews ride in the South Bay. Set out from Torrance Beach at the very south end of Marvin Braude Bike Trail. This paved two-lane…
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That's Progress

Bike Ride to Progress Brewing

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Barley, hops, and yeast get all the attention, but water is the main ingredient in every beer. It’s also one of the main ingredients at Peck Water Road Conservation Park, your starting point for a 12-mile (round-trip) bike-to-brews ride down Upper Rio Hondo Bike Trail to Progress…
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