A Newhall Gem Unlike Anything Else – Brewery Draconum

by | May 22, 2021 | Old Town Newhall

Brewery Draconum is an independent, family-owned craft brewpub featuring 20 taps with predominantly house brews, a small rotation of regional guest beers, a variety of wine selections and a fresh, varied menu of upscale pub-style recipes. Many of these recipes are infused with their own house brews resulting in such unique flavors they have become community favorites – from appetizers like the exceptional Bavarian Pretzel with house made Beer-Cheese and the Beer-Battered Buffalo Cauliflower to entree staples such as the Saison Beer-Battered Fish ‘n’ Chips and the Porter infused Shepherd’s Pie! They fresh-grind their meats daily and offer desserts that are baked fresh on-site.
The brother/sister owners (brewer/manager-respectively), have created a warm and welcoming environment, which includes an expansive, lush beer garden in the back. When life returns to “normal,” they plan to re-open the on-site bocce ball lanes and corn hole!
Featured on KTLA’s episode of hot spots to watch, Chris Schauble endearingly referred to it as “his favorite…spot” as it has become for so many in the community. A community whose support, the owners say, has been the driving force that has kept them going through this unprecedented time.
Don’t have time to sit and dine? The full menu is available for take out, you can even take Draconum beers to-go in mix and match 16oz crowler cans, pre-made 16oz four packs or 1/2 gallon glass growlers!
Brewery Draconum is a place to enjoy a nice cold brew and some great food, with the option to soak in the sun or sit under the stars.
Brewery Draconum, 24407 Main Street, Newhall -661/568-9160; www.brewerydraconum.com – Instagram: @brewerydraconum; facebook.com/brewerydraconum.



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