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New Breweries in San Diego

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With over 190 breweries in San Diego, it can be tough to keep up with the newcomers on the block. Why not try out a new brewery for your next weekend adventure? Check out these awesome new breweries and taprooms right here in San Diego.

The Bell Marker – Downtown 

This 15 barrel brewhouse features 28 taps pouring out ice cold beers Bell Marker beers. Combined with a rotating list of guest beers, hand-crafted creative cocktails, it’s easy to find a drink that suits your style. Bell Marker prides itself on offering a vegan-friendly menu as well, providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all.

Must-try pour: Peachside Pale Ale – 6%

Fourpenny House – La Mesa 

A Scottish pub house that brings all the qualities of a traditional bar combined with a full menu a warm environment inviting of all who visit. Fourpenny specializes in bread, beer, and spirits, which honestly is the holy trinity of libation if we’re being honest. From in-house brews to a selection of world-class local and national beers, this is the perfect place to unwind after a long day at the office. Grab some authentic Scottish food to go along with your drinks, and you got yourself a good time.

Must-try pour: St Bernardus – 10%

Beach Grease Beer Co. – Vista 

Paying homage to classic California beach culture, Beach Grease Beer Co. brews five fantastic beers at its state-of-the-art brewing and tasting facility. The tasting room decor is unlike any other brewery you’ve seen, featuring hand-selected art, photography, surfboards, skateboards, and a collection of custom cars and motorcycles. Beach Grease brews are crafted on the principles of being smooth and full of flavor, so kick back and enjoy yourself.

Must-try pour: Surf Reaper Golden IPA – 6.9%

Latchkey Brewing – Little Italy

In a market dominated by big, bold, hopped-up ales, Latchkey is here to fill a much-needed niche in San Diego. The brewers behind Latchkey focus on bringing forth the more nuanced classics, designed to be easy drinkers on hot days, while still be satiating and delicious. Consistency and quality are at the top of the list when it comes to Latchkey brewers, so you know you’re getting a solid craft beer every time you visit.

Must-try pour: OPP (On Point Porter) – 6.8%

1 Comment

  1. Bill Vanderburgh

    September 18, 2018 at 8:23 am

    There are 156 breweries in San Diego (not 190 as the article says), plus 37 of their satellite tasting rooms. See the blog Craft Beer In San Diego dot com for the full list

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