Cellador is unique in LA - it’s the only spot in town (and one of the only places in the country) that oak-ages all of its beer, which means that they are extremely funky. And we love it. The beers often have limited runs and Mad Libs-esque descriptions - “bourbon barrel wild ale with coffee,” “saison sour with apricots,” “barrel-aged Brett sour with red raspberries” - and they rarely repeat recipes, so you can go over and over again without ever having the same thing. If you or someone you know is extremely into beer, and you haven’t made the trip to North Hills for Cellador, we’re really not sure what you’re waiting for. Go now.
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