Each autumn, the Great American Beer Festival is held to celebrate brewing, tasting, enjoying and comparing the sudsy drink. This year, Denver’s Colorado Convention Center saw ten different nations send 220 judges to choose among more than 5 thousand beers. There were 90 separate categorizations of prizes, and our local brewing industry, on the rise for many years, did quite well. 14 medals were presented by the Brewer’s Association to breweries based in America’s Finest City.
Once again, the calendar turns, the seasons change and now it’s fall, and that means beer and German food and celebrations. For autumn, here’s four different Oktoberfests being held soon all around San Diego County: Karl Strauss 25th Anniversary Oktoberfest in Pacific Beach, Pacific Arts Movement Oktoberfest in Liberty Station, The Taste of North Park Oktoberfest in North Park and German American Societies of San Diego, Inc. Oktoberfest in El Cajon.
The 14th Annual Taste of Adams Avenue will take place Sunday, June 29 from 11:00 to 3:00 pm along Adams Avenue from University Heights through Normal Heights to Kensington. Word to the wise, it may take you all four hours to get through the massive list of participating restaurants. If you’re not familiar with the neighborhood, […]