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Best Lady Hopheads Los Angeles 2011 

Eagle Rock Brewery

Leave the appletinis and gossip to the Sex and the City gals — this ladies' night is more about IPAs and home-brewing tips. Every third Wednesday of the month gals are invited to Eagle Rock Brewery for the Women's Beer Forum, to taste, learn about and discuss rare and delicious craft beers. You need not be a microbrew enthusiast to attend. The event is as much for the beer-curious as it is for aficionados. Venue co-owner Ting Su founded the forum last March, in part to educate ladies about beer in a space that feels less judgmental than, say, that sketchy dive bar on your block. It draws a diverse crowd, and serves as a rare opportunity for suds-minded women in L.A. to meet each other and make new friends. There's nothing but beer on the agenda, but, sorry fellas — no boys allowed. 3056 Roswell St., Atwater Village. (323) 257-7866, eaglerockbrewery.com.

-Andrea Domanick

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