LOS ANGELES | Mumford Brewing is a small Arts District brewery from brothers Todd and Peter Mumford that we stumbled across while visiting The Escondite, and we don’t know how we managed to not know of its existence earlier. The bright and spacious taproom offers visitors a variety of ways to enjoy the brothers’ beers. 4oz tasters, flights, half pints, full pints, ‘crowlers’, and growlers are all offered here.
There are 10 beers on tap at any given time – the core range beers and a selection of one-off and seasonal brews. From the core range, we like the Boyd St., which is a classic West Coast IPA done right, and the Five Point O Honey Kolsh, which gets the sweetness levels just right. The Skidrokyou Cafe, a coffee porter with cacoa is fantastic if it’s on at the time.
Those looking for something more experimental will want to keep an eye out for bottle release dates. The current bottle release, “Daaannngggg!” is an Imperial Black Saison that’s been aged in red wine barrels that sounds utterly dangerous and delicious.
There’s a small offering of snacks like Röckenwagner pretzels on offer here, but if you’re looking for a proper feed, you’re more than welcome to bring in your own food.
416 Boyd Street
Wed – Fri: 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Sat: 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm to 7:00pm