285 West Huntington Drive, Arcadia, CA 91007
10:00am to 5:00pm
The world’s greatest have to start somewhere. And for the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, that somewhere was Hollywood Park, 30 years ago. What began as a one day, 7-race event has grown into a two-day, $26 million extravaganza attracting the best horses, trainers, and owners from across the globe. It has also become the unofficial end and culmination of the thoroughbred-racing season, often with the Breeders’ Cup Classic being the deciding factor in Horse of the Year. And while these two days have seen legends born, history made, and fortunes won, the greatest part is that the best is still yet to come.
The gates are open and the race is on for the best seats! And as a friend of the Breeders’ Cup, you get a head start on purchasing tickets to 2014 Breeders' Cup World Championships before they go on sale to the general public. Don't miss your opportunity to witness the best of the best compete at beautiful Santa Anita Park on October 31 and November 1.
110 E. 22nd St, San Pedro, 90731
12:00pm to 9:00pm
The Festival 2014: Presented by Shelton Brothers and Sharefest, in collaboration with Brouwerij West
Location: CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles, 112 E 22nd St #10, San Pedro, CA
Session 1: Saturday, November 8, Noon to 4 p.m.
Session 2: Saturday, November 8, 5 to 9 p.m.
Session 3: Sunday, November 9, Noon to 4 p.m.
Session 4: Sunday, November 9, 5 to 9 p.m.
Some of the world’s greatest and smallest artisanal beer, cider, and mead makers will join us to meet festival attendees and share their stories and knowledge. You’d have to spend months and countless dollars for a chance to meet this many world-class brewers. We’ve saved you the trouble and the expense — they’ll all be on hand personally to talk about their work and to pour for you. And many will be creating special brews specifically for the event — you won’t be able to find them anywhere else!
Admission to the festival gets you our special-edition sample glass, plus the opportunity to meet more than 70 of the best beer, cider, and mead makers in the world. The cost of admission also goes to covering the costs of the festival, including bringing these incredible brewers in from all over the world. Additionally, a portion of admission ticket sales will go directly to our local nonprofit partner, Sharefest. (Seriously, check them out. They're awesome and they do so much for Los Angeles.)
Upon arrival, you'll have the opportunity to purchase drink tickets, the entire proceeds of which will go to Sharefest. Each ticket is worth a two-ounce pour, and the pricing is as follows: $5 for 5, or a special deal of $20 for 24.
Every producer listed will be on hand to talk about their creations. Never before have this many small-batch artisans been gathered together in one room — well, maybe at last year's festival. This is currently just a partial list, and we'll be updating it on Facebook, and on our website (sheltonbrothers.com/festival).
Join us and meet all these brewers:
Baird (Japan) ▪ Be.Er Brewery (Belgium) ▪ Birra Toccalmatto (Italy) ▪ Blaugies (Belgium) ▪ Brasserie Dunham (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Brekeriet (Sweden) ▪ Brewfist (Italy) ▪ Buxton Brewery (UK) ▪ Ca L’Arenys/Guineu (Spain) ▪ Cantillon (Belgium) ▪ Cidrerie du Perche (France) ▪ Companyia Cervesera del Montseny (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ De La Senne (Belgium) ▪ De Molen (The Netherlands) ▪ De Ranke (Belgium) ▪ Dieu du Ciel! (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Drie Fonteinen (Belgium) ▪ Freigeist (Germany) ▪ Fyne Ales (Scotland) ▪ Het Nest (Belgium) ▪ Jandrain-Jandrenouille (Belgium) ▪ Le Trou du Diable (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Les Trois Mousquetaires (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Magic Rock (UK) ▪ Mahr’s (Germany) ▪ Marina (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Mikkeller (Denmark) ▪ Nøgne Ø (Norway) ▪ Oersoep (Netherlands) ▪ Oliver’s Cider and Perry (UK) ▪ Page 24 (France) ▪ Pays Flamand (France) ▪ Peckham’s Cider (New Zealand) ▪ Rappi Bier Factory (Switzerland) ▪ Renaissance (New Zealand) ▪ Ribela (Spain) ▪ Ritterguts (Germany) ▪ Rooie Dop (The Netherlands) ▪ Shiga Kogen (Japan) ▪ Siren (UK) ▪ Struise (Belgium) ▪ The Monarchy (Germany) ▪ Thiriez (France) ▪ To Øl (Denmark) ▪ Trois Dames (Switzerland)
AEppelTreow Winery (Wisconsin) ▪ Allagash (Maine) ▪ Arizona Wilderness (Arizona) ▪ Artisan Beverage Coop (Massachusetts) ▪ Crooked Stave (USA) ▪ Hair of the Dog (Oregon) ▪ Hill Farmstead (Vermont) ▪ Jester King (Texas) ▪ Jolly Pumpkin (Michigan) ▪ Mystic Brewery (Massachusetts) ▪ Oxbow Brewing (Maine) ▪ Prairie Artisan Ales (Oklahoma) ▪ Pretty Things (Massachusetts) ▪ Saint Somewhere (Florida) ▪ Shmaltz (New York) ▪ Side Project Brewing (Missouri) ▪ Tree House Brewing Company (Massachusetts)
Bagby Beer ▪ Beachwood BBQ ▪ Brouwerij West ▪ Cellarmaker ▪ Faction ▪ Firestone Walker ▪ Rare Barrel ▪ San Pedro Brewing Company ▪ Sante Adairius ▪ Tahoe Mountain ▪ The Bruery
We'll also have some fantastic chefs and food vendors on-site, as well as local iced coffee and kombucha producers for the designated drivers (and everyone else, of course).
For general inquiries, please contact: [email protected]
5905 WILSHIRE BLVD , Los Angeles, CA
Ray’s & Stark Bar, in conjunction with LACMA and in partnership with ArtBites, are proud to announce the next installment of the Cur-ATE dinner series. Through the blending of fine art with culinary art, ArtBites founder Maite Gomez-Rejón will trace the role of food in a historical and social context as displayed in art through a series of gallery tours followed by a three-course meal inspired by the evening’s theme by Chef Viet Pham of Ray’s & Stark Bar.In November, guests will indulge in a night of Japanese gastronomy and the Art of the Samurai featuring the special exhibition Samurai: Japanese Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. The tour lead by Maite Gomez-Rejón of ArtBites will conclude with a dinner featuring Japanese dishes indicative of the exhibition.Theme wine menus will be available for additional cost at each dinner.Japanese Gastronomy and the Art of the Samurai - November 11, 2014 Exhibition tours begin at 6:30 p.m. Three course dinner at Ray’s & Stark Bar immediately following tours$90 for LACMA Members/ $100 for Non-MembersPrice includes exhibition tour and dinnerWine pairings available for additional costReservations are required and can be made by contacting the LACMA box office at (323) 857-6010. Reservations for these exclusive programs close Wednesday the week prior to the event date at noon. Space is limited. All reservations are final.