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Where to Drink in San Diego, California Destinations by

Home to more craft breweries than any other county in the state, San Diego’s beer scene is widely spread across the county, with hotspots in Miramar (aka “Beeramar”), Downtown, and North County.

Gypsy Brewers Put Down Roots News by

From Mikkeller to Grimm Artisanal Ales and To Øl, several so-called gypsy brewers have recently invested in permanent residences.

Beer News News by

Excavation uncovers Shakespeare’s brewhouse; Steve Anderson dies at 53; Magnolia Brewing Co. files for bankruptcy protection; George Washington’s small beer recipe; Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project closes; and Mikkeller to open San Diego tasting room.

Coffee, Beer Chaser: Roasters Gain Ideas, Inspiration From Brewers Feature by

Across the country, craft breweries have coffee specialists going far beyond mere coffee-beer collaborations. Taking notes from beer, coffee shops hope to increase conversation and connectivity between the parallel crafts, opening both to new customers and ideas.

Pat McIlhenney Going Pro by

Since the day McIlhenney opened Alpine’s doors, demand has outstripped supply—by a long shot. The tiny brewery is now readying an expansion that will include a new BBQ pub and a tripling in brewing capacity. Only triple? That won’t be nearly enough.

San Diego: Beyond the Pale (Ales) Destinations by

San Diego’s brewers played an integral role in the resurgence of India Pale Ales in America, and they practically invented the Double IPA.