DO YOU SERVE FOOD?
We don't serve food, but we often have food trucks. You can check our calendar here for updates on when food trucks are scheduled. You are also welcome to bring any outside food, or have it delivered to the brewery.
If you have a food truck and want to get on the schedule, please email email@example.com to get more details!
ARE CHILDREN ALLOWED?
Yes, our taproom is family-friendly! We have a wide-range of board games at the brewery. We ask that parents supervise their children closely.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED?
Yes! We have dog bowls on hand for water -- just ask. Please do make sure your pups stay on-leash at all times.
DO YOU FILL OUTSIDE GROWLERS?
We do fill outside growlers, but state law requires that you obscure all identifying marks such as logos, brewery names, etc. before we can fill. We also sell Frogtown Brewery branded growlers in the tasting room for $8.
do you have an on-site parking lot?
No, street parking only. Typically there is ample parking found on Gilroy, Ripple, and surrounding streets. Please make sure to read and follow parking signs closely. Our brewery is also accessible directly from the LA River Bike Path (just exit on Gilroy!) and we encourage our neighbors to bike or walk over! We have bike racks in front of the brewery.
DO YOU SELL KEGS?
Please contact Charles@frogtownbrewery.com with requests.
Can we rent out your space for a private event?
We have limited availability for private events due to our regular taproom hours and our production schedule, but on occasion are able to host private events. If you are interested in having an event at the brewery, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to check on availability and details.
can you Tell Me more about frogtown - where did the name come from? what else is there to do around here?
We love introducing people to our neighborhood and hope that you explore all that it has to offer.
Elysian Valley, aka Frogtown, is a small Los Angeles neighborhood tucked in between the 5 freeway and Los Angeles River. Adjacent neighborhoods include Silver Lake (west), Glassell Park and Cypress Park (east), Atwater Village (north), Elysian Park (south). The neighborhood's nickname of Frogtown originated in the 1930s when thousands of frogs* would come up out of the LA River and cover the streets like a blanket.
*According to more recent reports, it is likely these 'frogs' were actually small western toads. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Be sure to check out some of the other local Frogtown neighborhood gems (listed below):
Food & Drink:
LA River Bike Path