Anaheim,CA. is one of the fastest-growing beer destinations in the state, with 15 breweries and counting. Three of the city’s notable offerings are the Anaheim Brewery (closed during Prohibition but re-established in 2010 after a 90-year hiatus) and less than two miles away from each other, Noble Ale Works and the Old Orange Brewing Company. Plus many delicious others, worthy of trying out.
Address: 2210 E Orangewood Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806
Phone: (714) 912-4015
About: Golden Road’s year-round offerings include Wolf Pup Session IPA and Mango Cart, as well as small batch releases of experimental beers combining old world brewing standards with California lifestyle and ingredients. The location is across from Angel Stadium and includes California pub fare, local beer from over 30 taps and a large outdoor space. Dogs are allowed in outdoor spaces and there is plenty of room for large groups.
Address: 1540 S Disneyland Dr #201, Anaheim, CA 92802
Phone: (714) 687-9813
About: Located at Downtown Disney District, the brewery and kitchen features award-winning beers (porters, amber ales, IPAs and more) fresh from the tap. There is a tasting room, indoor dining, and a rooftop patio complete with an outdoor bar and lounge area.
Address: 2390 E Orangewood Ave, STE 100, Anaheim, CA 92806
Phone: (714) 940-1772
About: Karl Strauss (real person and master brewer) made its debut in 1989. The Anaheim brewpub layout features an outdoor patio, tasting room-like bar area with 24 taps for guests to enjoy an ever-changing list of rotating beers. With reclaimed wood and exposed brick, the space has an industrial feel that includes garage doors which open to a large outdoor patio overlooking Angel Stadium. Brewery tours are also available where are Certified Beer server will walk you through the various stages of the brewing process and the brewery’s equipment.
Address: 2610 E Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806
Phone: (714) 634-9200
About: Located in between Angels Stadium and the Honda Center. JT Schmid’s has their own handcrafted brews along with several local craft beers. Handcrafted brews include IPAs, Stouts, Amber Ales, Honey Ales, Hefeweizens and much more. There are plenty of food options from tacos and French dips to fresh salads, grilled burgers, seafood, steaks and ribs.