Summer 2019

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Behind the Brews

Stories about San Diego's craft beer community

Last Call

Thank You, San Diego Brewers

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10 Revealing Statistics About the Beer Industry

Here's how San Diego, California, and the U.S. stack up against other beer regions, according to 10 different studies

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It’s Brewery Anniversary Season!

Stone will cap off a trio of “twenty-something” celebrations

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5 Fruited Beers for August

Hot weather is the perfect time to explore lighter brews that refresh with summer flavors

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3 New Breweries Join the Scene

My Yard Live and Double Peak in San Marcos, and Original 40 in North Park

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A Q&A With Border X Co-Founder Martin Favela

One of Barrio’s brewery pioneers speaks about beer, business, and building community

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San Diego Magazine’s “Best Of” Collabs Debut

Three distinct local images grace the just-released cans

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How Good is Petco Park's Beer Lineup?

The Padres’ home hosts an impressive list of craft brews alongside the usual mass-produced options

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Now You're Cooking With Beer

Log Cabin Day at Pure Project highlighted cooking with craft brews

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