Anaheim Brewery is fairly new as it opened its doors in a restored 1920’s Packard dealership. I was excited to try the place since my last visit at Umami burger.
Come on in, the Anaheim Brewery awaits!
Anaheim Brewery serves local craft-beer on tap and have a few selection from the looks of the menu. But you have to check out their site as they offer much more such as the Anaheim 1888, Anaheim Gold, Anaheim Red, Anaheim Hefeweizen, Coast to Coast IPA, Anaheim Dark Scotch Ale, Anaheim Tavern Ale.
When we arrived, the one drink “G” was really looking forward, the Anaheim Hefeweizen, ran out! I was joking with him that he always chooses the beer they don’t have even though it’s on the menu! He was so disappointed. But he still had other choices so he was happy.
The interior is really cool to look at. There are plenty of beer glasses, beers on tap, and you can see the beer brewing tanks through the window. This room is 700 square foot Tasting Room with a vintage wooden bar. Did you know it was actually salvaged from an old Covered Wagon Saloon?
The staff is super attentive and nice, asking if we wanted another beer. There are seating inside as well as outside. Nothing to fear if it gets a little chilly out there as there are heaters that will warm you up. I felt like I was melting!
This was my fiancé drink, the Anaheim Dark Scotch Ale. I was too sick to drink any alcohol so I watched my bf (at the time), umbelievable and curiousro enjoy theirs. We forget what it was but he says it was darn good.
While you’re around the Anaheim Packing House or the Anaheim Brewery, check out the cool little park right next to it. It’s family friendly and fun friendly. There are many plants there such as these beautiful sunflowers.
You’ll even find some lettuce plants at the park. Yum, I really wanted to make myself a bowl of salad hehe.
Anaheim Brewery is located at 336 S Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805.