Microbrewery: Anaheim Brewery brew days…

Got a last minute text from Barbara Gerovac of Anaheim Brewery letting me know they were brewing the following day. Unfortunately that pesky thing called work got in the way and I was only able to catch the very end of the brew day. This particular day they were brewing their Anaheim Red. They had already brewed half batches of their Anaheim Red and Anaheim 1888 and were now in the process of brewing the second half.

The Gerovac’s have been busy bee’s getting the brewery ready and it is looking awesome. The last time I was in there the tasting room didn’t have dry wall and the brewery still had bare concrete floors. Needless to say a lot had changed since my last visit. The tasting room looked pretty close to finished and the old bar from the Covered Wagon looked absolutely incredible. They were also nice enough to give me a sneak peek of their labels and growlers. Like every other aspect of the brewery it is obvious that they are paying very close attention to the details and taking their time to make sure everything is the way it should be.

I plan on going back to shoot the earlier stages of the brew process, but in the meantime enjoy these photos and check out Anaheim Brewery’s website for updates on their progress. You can also follow Thee Beer Book on facebook .


4 thoughts on “Microbrewery: Anaheim Brewery brew days…

  1. Pingback: We’re Ready for Our Close-Up | Anaheimbrewery's Blog

  2. You two should be wearing surgical gear, the place looks is so shiney and clean! Beautiful photos…

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