CicLAvia Kicks off 2024 Season 

CicLAvia has partnered with Los Angeles Ale Works to kick off the 2024 season and launch a beer collaboration with a West Coast IPA affectionately named seek-la-VEE-ah. This venture is all about the “miles of smiles” that Los Angeles’ extremely popular open streets events create.

From the press release:

Where:  Los Angeles Ale Works, at the Ivy Station Complex, 8809 Washington Blvd, Culver City

When:  Friday, February 16, 2024Culver City Arts District Night Market is open 5-10 pm, LA Ale Works open 12 pm– 2 am

Why:  To kick off CicLAvia’s 2024 events schedule and debut a West Coast IPA affectionately named seek-la-VEE-ah. A portion of the proceeds from the event, and all future sales of seek-la-VEE-ah will be donated to CicLAvia, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. 

Outside of LA Ale Works’ tasting rooms in Culver City and Hawthorne, the beer will be available in cans and on draft throughout Orange, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. From neighborhood craft beer bottle shops up to larger retailers such as Whole Foods, Sprouts and Total Wine. Partners who are interested in carrying the beer, please contact LA Ale Works. 

“Near and dear to our hearts, our team has participated in CicLAvia events since the early days of the organization. We are inspired by how CicLAvia safely brings Angelenos together, the positive environmental impacts it makes, the connections we feel to our communities during the events and the promotion of public transportation. We believe so strongly in public transportation that our new Culver City location is literally built into the Metro E Line station.”

Los Angeles Ale Works Managing Partner Andrew Fowler.

This event is Free. No RSVP required. The event will be in conjunction with the where there will be several food trucks, music, games, local vendors, and kid-friendly activities including The Ballusionist balloon artist. CicLAvia will be on site selling merchandise and sharing information about the 2024 schedule. All ages welcome.

Beer Style:  West Coast India Pale Ale, ABV: 6.5%, Hops: Wakatu, Azacca, El Dorado, and Idaho 7.

Description:  Catalyze your senses with vibrant notes of stone fruit and California citrus as we celebrate active transportation, public spaces and car-free streets. Available on draft and in 4-packs of 16 oz cans. 

About CicLAvia:

CicLAvia is a nonprofit organization working to connect neighborhoods to each other across a sprawling city, creating a safe place to walk, skate, roll, bike, play and dance through Los Angeles County. CicLAvia engages with people to transform our relationship with our communities and with each other. Participants of all ages and abilities will enjoy a day to sightsee, play and explore local gems, while experiencing the joy of safe, people-powered transportation on car-free open streets.




About Los Angeles Ale Works:

Los Angeles Ale Works is a production brewery and tasting room in Hawthorne, CA. Breaking ground in 2016, the South Bay aerospace corridor influenced the direction of the brewery from the start. Meeting the demands of its place and people meant providing fun and accessible beers in enough variety to suit a diverse range of palates.

Best known for its lively outdoor events, welcoming staff of beer lovers, and mercurial feline mascot by the name of Scrappy, LA Ale Works is established daily. As LA Ale Works reaches new neighbors at Ivy Station in Culver City and beyond, it continues to evolve its representation of the scrappy spirit of Los Angeles.




About Ivy Station:

Ivy Station is a Culver City mixed-use development along the Metro E Line that includes office & residential buildings, retail, restaurants, a hotel, and public park.

Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.

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