Phantom Carriage is one of the newest breweries to join the craft beer scene, and we’re really glad they did! Named after a 1921 Swedish horror film, Phantom Carriage specializes in sour, wild, and wood-aged beers, usually named after contributors to that particular film age. Examples include the Lugosi, a strong dark sour named for the actor who portrayed the original Count Dracula, and the Cushing, a strong blonde sour whose namesake is a British actor who played both Frankenstein and Van Helsing. Their location in Carson is 7,000 square feet and boasts a pilot-batch brewhouse and screening room in addition to a busy tasting room. Founder Martin Svab plans on screening multiple horror classics in events at the brewery. Just this last Saturday, they hosted Night of the Living…Barrel-Aged Dead, where live zombies roamed the premises while guests enjoyed 10 rare guest beers and a screening of the 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead. Be sure to check out http://www.phantomcarriage.com/brewery/ for more awesome events.
Phantom Carriage is bringing their unique flavor and style to Taste of Brews in Long Beach on Saturday, August 22 at Lighthouse Park. Share this new brewery with your friends by checking out the group ticket rates at http://www.tasteofbrews.com/LBTOB.html!