All seating at the brewery is first-come, first-serve. The entrance to the Public House is at the front gate, and you may be asked to wait in line if we are at capacity.
Food by our 3rd party vendor will be available for purchase at the bar. Pick-up can be located inside the Public House at the food truck window.
Dogs are allowed but must remain on a leash and be with their owners the entire time.
Minors are allowed with a parent or legal guardian before 8pm during our business hours. Minors will received an “X” on their hands and are strictly prohibited from consuming alcoholic beverages on the premises.
Our Promise to You
For centuries beer has brought people together – and as craft breweries, we like to believe we provide places to take a pause from the demands of everyday life with those we’re closest to. However, we need to recognize that our industry hasn’t been perfect at ensuring security for all customers and employees, so we here at Angel City want to make this promise to you:
Angel City Brewery is committed to providing a safe environment for our coworkers, guests and partners; free of discrimination and intimidation, where all are treated with respect and dignity.
For this reason, the following behaviors including but not limited to are unacceptable:
- Physical touch without consent.
- Unwanted attention – staring, stalking, or trapping an individual
- Hate speech or attire.
- Inappropriate, disruptive, and offensive behavior that crosses personal boundaries (unwanted nicknames, sexual remarks, remarks on physical appearance).
Guests will be asked to leave if repeated unacceptable behaviors towards coworkers and other guests occur.
Everyone who visits our brewery should feel safe, welcomed and be treated with respect. We will do our part to ensure that we create a positive hospitality experience and ask our community to be active participants in our collective effort to keep our space enjoyable for all.
Thank you to all who’ve been doing your part to create safer spaces wherever you socialize, it’s time for us all to raise the average.