Category Archives: Anaheim Brewery

Anaheim Oktoberfest

Drink your Anaheim Oktoberfest Lager from a traditional salt glaze stoneware stein. Continue reading

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Porter, Stout, Stout, Porter

“Peerless Porter” is named after John Cassou’s Peerless Saloon at 106 N. Los Angeles Street (what we know as Anaheim Boulevard).  According to advertisements in the Anaheim Gazette, the Peerless sold fine wines, liquors, and cigars, and  “Anaheim Beer on draft.” … Continue reading

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The Drive, the Delay, and the Glass

How Anaheim Brewery’s owners discovered their iconic beer glass. Continue reading

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Oktoberfest and the Mayor’s Mallet

Back in 1950, the organizers of the Munich Oktoberfest got the bright idea to have the mayor tap the first keg to kick off the event. Mayor Thomas Wimmer wasn’t exactly a natural. It took him over 15 hits with … Continue reading

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50 + 5 Anniversary

Join Anaheim Brewery to celebrate their 50 + 5 Anniversary! Continue reading

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Throw Back 100 Years: Anaheim Beer Sign circa 1916

We like to say Anaheim Brewery is “where the past has presence.”  The oversized black and white photos of pre-Prohibition bars in Anaheim give you the feeling of sharing the Tasting Room with folks from the past. If you look … Continue reading

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Collect ’em All

How’s your Anaheim Brewery glass collection?  Do you have every glass, stein, and mug ever made?* Well, here’s another one to round out the bunch.  It’s a one third liter (33 cl) logo-ed glass.  We use them for high alcohol … Continue reading

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