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The Bruery, Placentia
(4.5/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Great brew and awesome atmosphere for someone from the East Coast! It was difficult to find and needed better seating however the beers made up for it. Loved it! 
  • I enjoyed every beer in my flight. I like the fact that you choose which beers you want on a slip of paper which includes a brief description of the beers. I can be indecisive so being able to take my...  more »
  • If it's not a porter or a stout, or maybe an exceptional red or brown, it will not make its way past my lips. This place has some exceptional seasonal dark full bodied beers that I have enjoyed ( espe...  more »
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  • I don't know what to say... I mean, it's The Bruery. This was a bucket list brewery for me. I got to try several beers on the Reserve Society and the Hoarders tap list. We had a bunch of samples and really enjoyed the vibe. They had a sushi food truck out front, too. Good stuff!
  • Incredible selection with super friendly and knowledgeable staff. Always a great variety on tap covering a considerable breadth of the beer spectrum. Superior quality
  • Some of the best beer in the country served in a beautiful tasting room. Yes I'm a fanboy but only because the place is great.
  • I've drank Bruery beer for years but only went to the tap room for the first time. Lines are outrageous. No seats. I understand. Good beer = lots of people. That's why it gets 4/5. Minus one since I had to get back in line the second I got a pint filled in order not to wait between drinks.
  • I used to really love The Bruery, but the past few years have been really trying. Their membership programs have really suffered as their beer production has suffered. That's what happens when you have serious and systemic infection problems I guess. But so little has been done to make it up to members, and so little has been done for local members that this is the last year I will be a member. You guys really need to focus on your loyal customers and stop it with the self-congratulatory marketing hype machine. Having interacted with Patrick several times, it just seems counter to the actual head brewer himself. Also, it would be great if you could have reasonable bottle formats for the big bears. No one needs 6 750's of a 20% abv beer.