Ladyface Ale Companie has announced the release of its latest seasonal ale–Reyes Adobe Red. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the new imperial red ale will be donated to the
The ale’s namesake, Reyes Adobe, was built around 1850 and is Agoura Hills’ first permanent home, representing over 160 years of California history. The Reyes Adobe Historical Site has preserved the unique legacies of the early families who lived there to help visitors understand the political, social and economic changes that have shaped present day culture.
“Since we opened our doors,” said Ladyface co-founder, general manager and long-time Agoura resident Cyrena Nouzille. “Ladyface Ale Companie has been a proud sponsor of Reyes Adobe Days, the fall festival organized by the City of Agoura Hills Parks & Recreation Department. We see our donation to the Reyes Adobe Historical Site and Park as part of our ongoing commitment to our community. If you’ve never visited the site, grab your family and a picnic and go get a glimpse into Agoura Hills’ past.”
The company will also be cellaring a special barrel of Reyes Adobe Red for Reyes Adobe Days, said brewmaster David Griffiths, another long-time Agoura local. “Ladyface will be serving at the Night at the Adobe kickoff event as well as hosting a beer garden during the festival. But in the meantime, come by the brewpub and have a pint or take home a growler and support our local landmark.”
Reyes Adobe Red joins other Ladyface ales with local and historical connections, including Chesebro IPA IPA, Picture City Porter and Ladyface IPA which, like the brewpub, is named for Ladyface Mountain.