Founded in 2016 in Burbank’s prestigious industrial quarter on Verdugo Blvd, Trustworthy started life as Verdugo West Brewing under the expert guidance of brewer/chemist/mastermind Chris Walowski, formerly of Smog City Brewing. An Eagle Scout in his youth, Chris’ love for the principles of scouting infused both the values of the brewery and many of the beer names. Chris handed off his mantle to assistant brewer Zach Johnson in 2019, and a name change and global pandemic later Trustworthy Brewing, under Zach’s leadership, has carried the torch.

Their lineup of core beers runs the gamut of classic styles, all honed to perfection over many years. Between Gigil Rice Pilsner, T-Shirt Weather Czech Pilsner, Alpenglow IPA, Trustworthy Mosaic IPA, Showroom Ready Hazy IPA, Brass Jar Hoppy Amber, and What Plane? Oatmeal Stout, you’re sure to find something you love. And if variety is more your thing, they have one-off and rotating releases throughout the year to keep things fresh.

With a rotating cast of food trucks, popups, and in-house pizza providing nourishment and a range of events including trivia, bingo, drink n’ draw, and Super Smash Brothers tournaments filling out the schedule, there’s always something happening at the taproom. So come on down and find out what it truly means to be Made in Burbank. Cheers!

Average Review

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5 out of 5 stars

It's a nice local brewery that I can walk to after work to grab a few drinks. The gentlemen who work here are friendly and Zack was great with his suggestions.

- Prices are reasonable and in the same ballpark as other breweries.
- Good selection although I'm not too much of a sour tasting beer fan and they have quite a few such as the sour plum
- Unlimited peanuts on tap! Lol
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5 out of 5 stars

Yoooo this is the new spot. 100% FIRE.

Been on a "let's go to breweries alone" kick lately because it's the holidays and stumbled upon this place. Got a flight (four 5 oz pours for $10) and they were all delicious. Special tip of the cap goes to the Gigil's made with jasmine rice and has tremendous flavor. Full Review

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