Tag Archives: The Great L.A. Beer Run

Ramirez Liquor

Where exactly the tip came from, we don’t remember. But a few long blocks from Mariachi Plaza, on a potholed stretch between 7th Street and Whitter Blvd. in East Los Angeles, there’s an impressive tequila wonderland that more than minors … Continue reading

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Act Now!

We’re 5 days away from the second coming of LA Grand Crew… According to the weather service, the rain will be gone in two days time, meaning Saturday will be a sweet and swell day for biking and merrymaking: sunny … Continue reading

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LA Grand Crew ’08

What happened, where did the time go? It’s been nearly 18 months since the smashing, first-ever annual LA Grand Crew beer-bike ride and we at Hot Knives HQ completely slacked on organizing our second event. But we’ve got it together … Continue reading

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Red Carpet Wine

Our sixth shout-out in a series of shout-outs to standout beer collections in the city of Los Angeles. And next stop on the Great L.A. Beer Run, slated to take place sometime in the next couple weeks. If you’re not … Continue reading

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Wine House

By Guest Knife Mike Meanstreetz This beer poem is the fourth installment of our on-going love letter to the best booze aisles in L.A. With the extended Hot Knives crew still recovering from a mad dash up to Portland this … Continue reading

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Galco’s

Number three in an ongoing roll call of L.A.’s best beer buying bodegas. This, for the record, was our first home away from home: our first beer store in California. On York and Ave. 57 there is a modest Mecca … Continue reading

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7-11

This is the next installment in an on-going series highlighting some of the best, and brightest, beer fridges in Los Angeles. Beer heads muttering “7-11…WTF Hot Knives?” please read on! We’ve always known there was something strange about the 7-11 … Continue reading

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Cap’N Cork

This post is the first in an on-going series we’ll be doing on some of our favorite beermongers in the L.A. area. These stores include everything from a 100-year-old mom and pop grocer to a high-end wine and spirit purveyor … Continue reading

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