Lancaster, Calif. –More than a year after government-mandated lockdowns began in March 2020, California businesses are still recovering from tyrannical COVID-19 restrictions enacted by counties empowered by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s virus power streak.
Right up the road from Los Angeles and tucked away in the desert between mountains and the City of Angels lies Bravery Brewery Company in Lancaster, a city on the edge of Los Angeles County. The brewery is a hotspot for veterans who feel celebrated by founder and co-owner Bart Avery’s flag tribute and picture display honoring U.S. veterans and troops such as his grandfather who died in World War II.
The newest addition to the brewery’s walls features pictures of the 13 U.S. service members who lost their lives in Kabul, Afghanistan after President Joe Biden, whose administration has endorsed Newsom, rushed to withdraw troops. Their pictures appear above the brewery’s slogan “Live your life with bravery.”
Bravery isn’t just the name of Avery’s brewery, which was named for his son Brian Avery. It’s also a standard by which the Lancaster resident lives.
Avery first found internet fame in February after The Federalist and other outlets reported that Los Angeles County inspector Jatinder Chhabra danced in the Bravery brewery tasting room after demanding a Bravery employee shut down the building operations immediately due to a COVID-19 restriction she wrongly interpreted. The employee had to leave customers waiting on their freshly brewed pints after Chhabra ordered an authorized individual at Bravery to fill out nearly a dozen bureaucratic forms filled with language fueled by COVID security theater.
Owners of @BraveryBrewing gave me permission to post a video on superbowl a LA County health inspector Jatinder Chhabra wrongfully shutdown the business for several hours. She then dances in celebration. Bravery Brewing was just featured in our documentary last month. pic.twitter.com/gJVEMEgtqV
— Jorge Ventura Media (@VenturaReport) February 16, 2021
During the height of COVID restrictions, Avery said the brewery was also forced to dump kegs of their precious beer out after local restaurants and stores stopped serving customers to comply with lockdown orders.
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