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  1. Bob Vodicka
    September 17, 2019 @ 8:28 am

    In September of 2016 I was visiting Los Angeles from Chicago and visiting breweries in the arts district. I walked from the Arts DIstrict brewery to Iron Triangle brewery. While walking myself it was a very isolated walk with very few people and loads of abandoned buildings as I remained vigilant throughout the hike. As I walked down the lonely street to my destination I marveled at the exterior of Brewery and loved the idea of renovating an old warehouse into a Brewery. Inside was just as spectacular….This area reminded me of the West Loop in Chicago. It’s a shame that this brewery did not get the support it deserved……my hats off to the owners who took the risk and hopefully the area will continue to grow and a new owner can carry the torch……..

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  2. Ben
    June 26, 2019 @ 12:12 pm

    Beyond being of poor taste, Alfred is incorrect. Nate and Kale (the owner and COO respectively) are fiercely independent. They had an awesome vision and brew a very tasty, award-winning brew. Beyond the personal financial loss, it’s never a positive for to lose a solid business, especially one that contributes to the overall vibe of the community. I wish them well and remain hopeful that an angel might purchase last minute and keep the good times rolling.

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  3. Alfred
    March 30, 2019 @ 3:48 pm

    They were not independant. They were not craft. They are now fucked. Good luck iron.

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