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lostcoastbrewery

Lost Coast Brewery is an award-winning brewery in Eureka, California, USA, which produces year-round and seasonal products based on the owners' experience and research on English beers. Lost Coast Brewery founders Wendy Pound and Barbara Groom developed the idea in 1986 and spent three years on research and development including visits to English and Welsh pubs, home experimentation and refining their techniques.

Here is just a portion of what Lost Coast brews:


Downtown Brown

Downtown Brown was the first beer distributed by Lost Coast Brewery. It's a lightly hopped dark malt ale, without the brawny taste of a more robust beer. From 1997 through 2000, Downtown Brown was voted the number one beer in the Time Standard Reader's Choice Awards as well as first place at the 2000 West Coast Beer Fest. In 2002, Downtown Brown received a gold medal at the LA County Fair and another gold medal in 2003 at the California State Fair.


Great White

Great White is an unfiltered, Belgian Witbier. Its base is malted barley and unmalted wheat with citrus and Humboldt county herbs. In 2002 and 2003, Lost Coast's Great White Ale was a silver medalist at the California State Fair.


Alleycat Amber

Alleycat Amber is a burgundy-orange ale with a sweet aroma, a caramel flavor, and slight bitterness. At the 1997 California Brewer's Fest, the AlleyCat Amber won both a gold medal and Best in Show. At the California State Fair in 1999 and 2002, AlleyCat was the Bronze Medal beer.


8-Ball Stout

8-Ball Stout is a robust ale where malts are roasted like coffee beans to give the beer its color and flavor. This stout was a two-time gold medalist at the Los Angeles County Fair in 2004 and 2005. It also won silver medals at the California State Fair in 2002 and 2003.