Craft beer fans, rejoice! The Brewers Association has declared this week American Craft Beer Week.
The event has become the "largest national effort focusing on American craft brewers," according to CraftBeer.com, an association website.
One local bar, in particular, will be reveling in suds: has several events planned throughout the week.
On Monday at 8 p.m., the bar is celebrating a New Belgium and Allagash Collaboration release by serving the rare Vrienden beer. Additionally, Naja's Place plans to serve other beers from New Belgium and Allagash breweries.
Wednesday's festivities are scheduled from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. The night's theme is "Barrel Aged," with the following on tap: Flying Dog Gonzo (bourbon barrel-aged), Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary (Brewers Reserve), Deschutes Mirror Mirror, Allagash Curiuex, the Bruery Cuir and Rogue John John Junioper.
Thursday's Drink Local Night will highlight at least six Los Angeles craft breweries and their beers from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. Beers on tap will include Strand Brewing's 24th Street Pale Ale, Cistmontane Brewing Company's First Anniversary, Tustin's Imperial Russian Stout and more.
The bar will end the week Saturday with a Meet the Brewers event featuring Strand Brewing Co.
Local will also offer special pricing on craft beers from small breweries, according to CraftBeer.com's official events calendar.