Laguna Beach Beer Co. (LBBC) is opening its third tasting room and kitchen in North Huntington Beach at Bella Terra — an outdoor dining, shopping and entertainment hub — centrally located at the 405 Freeway and Beach Boulevard in Surf City, Calif. The location will open on Friday, Aug. 7, 2020. Its two existing locations — its Rancho Santa Margarita brewery, tasting room and kitchen and its namesake, the flagship Laguna Beach spot, which is also a tasting room plus kitchen, are popular destinations for locals and tourists alike. Now those in Huntington Beach and North Orange County can enjoy LBBC’s wide range of brews, delicious lunch, dinner menus and Instagram-worthy outdoor beer gardens.
”Early on in LBBC’s formation, we opted to embrace a tasting room business model whereby we could sell a majority of our beer direct to our consumers,” said Brent Reynard, CEO and cofounder of LBBC. “We are extremely excited to bring our brand, craft beer and food offerings to the amazing Huntington Beach locals and to enable other North Orange County residents to have an LBBC pub option closer to them. We love the Bella Terra development, and we have high hopes for the location. This is the third of what we hope will be many more LBBC pubs to come.”
From IPAs to cream, red, blonde, pale and brown ales and pilsners, lagers, stouts and porters, discerning beer lovers look forward to LBBC’s frequent new beer launches, enjoyed with artisan flatbread pizzas, fresh salads and delicious sandwiches. Also part of the fun at LBBC is an event calendar full of live music, trivia nights and more for the community. According to the press release, LBBC’s pivot to meet the demand of Covid-19 restrictions has made it easy for all customers to keep enjoying LBBC, either outside with patio dining, in the beer gardens or at home with curbside pickup for beer and food.
Laguna Beach Beer Company was founded in 2014 out of a passion for craft beer by two Laguna Beach natives and childhood buddies, who sought to bring the laid-back and local vibes of their home town to the beers they drink.