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Beer Hopping: Three Spots to Drink Beer at the Redondo Pier

Your weekend guide to beer hopping to breweries, beer bars, and bottle shops across SoCal's best neighborhoods.

Most times, you’re lucky to have a single decent place to drink when you’re at a tourist attraction like the Redondo Pier. But that’s not how Redondo Beach does things: they have a slew of excellent places on their giant pier to sit down and grab a cold one. From a classic seafood shack, to an old school beach bar, to a local staple of a brewery, here are three of our favorite spots to grab a beer on the Redondo Pier.

Naja's Place

154 International Boardwalk | Redondo Beach

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Naja’s Place is an oceanside hangout that’s been around since 1979. It’s an authentic beach dive in the vein of Manhattan Beach’s Ercoles 1101 and Jim Morrison’s Venice favorite Hinano Cafe, but their beer list is anything but dated. They have hundreds of bottles in the cellar, plus 88 taps pouring the likes of South Bay neighbors Smog City and Common Space. Their open air bar fills up quickly on weekends, but you can usually find a spot amidst the low-key crowd of worn-in locals.

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King Harbor Brewing Company

132 International Boardwalk | Redondo Beach

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A few doors down from Naja’s is the waterfront taproom for King Harbor Brewing, also right on the boardwalk. This South Bay classic has stunning views of the sunset each night, but there’s more to life than pretty vistas – there’s also very solid beer here. They keep the tap list tight, but constantly changing. Right now, perfect for summer, they have Permanent Vacation, a wheat ale with pineapple and vanilla: their take on Disney’s classic Dole Whip.

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Quality Seafood

130 International Boardwalk | Redondo Beach

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You’re going to have to eat something amidst all this beer, and as soon as you get a whiff of whatever’s cooking in the friers at Quality Seafood, you’ll know that’s the place to do it. This is a giant double-decker restaurant lined with tanks of live shellfish, lobsters, crabs, and fish, plus a whole bunch of draft options for beer. Their tap list includes West Coast standards like Stone, Ballast Point, and Fremont, but what you really want to go with your fried seafood platter is one of their excellent clamatos – perhaps the best in Los Angeles.

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