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We are so excited to finally have Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde in distribution. We could not be happier or prouder of the final product. Not only does the can art look absolutely stunning with its gold metallic shine, but the liquid inside is refreshingly delicious.

Bidi Bidi is a palate pleaser. It's light and crisp, the kind of beer you can enjoy any day of the week. Each sip delivers subtle notes of tangerine from the Mandarina Bavaria hops. It's got a pleasant hop presence that works perfectly to achieve a well-balanced beer.

At 5% alcohol by volume and 18 IBU (International Bittering unit), Bidi Bidi goes down easy and will go toe to toe against any 805 blonde, Kona Golden Wave, Golden Road blonde or any macro light lager you reach for. It's that good!

We are doing our best to meet demand and expand our distribution reach throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. Bidi Bidi has been stocked in various locations in Los Angeles County including the following retailers:

Eagle Rock, East LA, Boyle Heights, Lincoln Heights, Norwalk, Downey, Whittier, Pico Rivera, Long Beach, Covina, West Covina, San Dimas , Azusa.

We are working to get a Beer Locator online soon. It'll have every location you can find Bidi Bidi in. Be sure to follow us on Instagram for announcements where you can purchase Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde.

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Our inaugural batch of Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde has been brewed! This delicious blonde ale is now happily fermenting in a tank at Eagle Rock Brewery. In about two weeks from now this beer will be packaged in 16-ounce cans and kegs for distribution to retailers across SoCal. We'll be announcing beer release dates soon!

Our "Mexican American Blonde Ale" is single hopped with Mandarina Bavaria. This dual-purpose hop tends to be tropical and fruity with notes of tangerine and citrus. Mandarina Bavaria is aromatic with a moderate bitterness. We're really excited about having tangerine/mandarin notes in the Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde.

Bidi Bidi comes in at 5% abv making it refreshingly crushing. It's going to be the perfect beer to sip any day of the week and great for celebrations or when relaxing at home.

We can't wait for you to try Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde!

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Words by Niko Krommydas (originally published by Good Beer Hunting)

Ricky Rivera has helped lead the push to remedy the lack of Latino representation in craft beer.

In 2015, Rivera was among the seven founders of Los Angeles-based SoCal Cerveceros, which aims to organize, educate, and support Latino homebrewers pursuing the hobby in spite of an industry that has historically neglected to engage with their community, save for calculated advertising by macro brands emphasizing unfounded stereotypes to sell Mexican Lagers. Since then, the club has grown to 250 members—women comprise 30%, the effect of a consistent focus to create a more diverse and inclusive environment—and has proven instrumental in developing a new generation of brewing talents who have turned pro, changing the makeup and shaping the future of Southern California’s beer scene. The latest example of that evolution is Rivera himself. Earlier this year, he ran a successful Indiegogo campaign to take his Norwalk Brew House brand commercial, and plans to release his first beer, Bidi Bidi Blonde Blonde, in January. Ahead of the launch, he began collaborating with area breweries like Eagle Rock Brewery and Brewjeria Company to benefit local Latino nonprofits, true to Norwalk’s mantra of “Make Good Beer, Do Good Things.” To date, he has helped raise more than $10,000 for these organizations, many of which have been hit hard by the pandemic. (The last four collabs were spurred by Rivera’s past as a professional musician, supporting the Rhythmo Mariachi Academy, which lost its beloved founder and mariachi pioneer, Gabriel Zavala, to COVID-19.) Rivera is also in the final stages of starting a distribution company for Latino- and other minority-owned beer startups, continuing to expand and evolve his estimable efforts to topple well-established barriers and diversify the industry.

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