Eagle Rock Brewery has a fancy new place to enjoy their suds straight from the tap, and it's called Public House. Taking over the former Fatty's on Colorado Blvd, which had lain dormant for quite some time despite fantastic frontage in a neighborhood eager for new concepts. Here's the result of months of construction (with design from Wick + LAND), which was directed by brewery owners Jeremy Raub, Ting Su, and brother Jerry Su.
Since founding the brewery in 2009, Raub and wife Ting Su have managed to not only launch, but truly elevate the craft beer scene in Los Angeles. Though their main brewing operation will continue to be based a few miles down the road, this Public House will be the kind of place where the community can come together for a few pints and some tasteful bites of Jerry Su's cooking.
With experience at places like Bouchon, Momofuku, and most recently at Son of a Gun, Su has compiled a friendly menu of root vege pot pie, pork cheek with pearl onions, kale salad with white anchovy and egg, and oysters on the half shell.
The opening beer menu (seen below) offers all of the brewery's current beers, though a tight list of wines and sours will be available, with more coming over time.
The official debut is December 10, with hours running 6 to 11 p.m., closed Tuesdays.