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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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Winter Wheat

‘Tis the season for Anaheim Winter Wheat. This unfiltered beer is a darker version of Anaheim Hefeweizen.  It’s smooth and rich, with a spicy clove-like aroma and a toasty caramel finish. Our Winter Wheat label is a reproduction of a … Continue reading

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Anaheim Winter Wheat in Bottles

Some time around 1910, John Cassou, the owner of the Peerless Saloon glued a holiday label on a bottle of Anaheim Beer.   Anaheim Beer was still being brewed but the third owners of the brewery  had re-named it “Union … Continue reading

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