Best Brewery between Anaheim & Escondido

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  1. jra173

    jra173 Initiate (0) Jan 19, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I have an upcoming work trip to Anaheim and am trying to connect with a cousin that is currently working in San Diego. I have been to most of the San Diego breweries and the only Anaheim/Orange Co. brewery I have been to is The Bruery. I was looking for something in between (doesnt have to be exact) Anaheim and Escondido/SD. Any input?
  2. wheelzntoys

    wheelzntoys Initiate (0) Nov 10, 2013 California

    First stop would be Noble Ale Works in Anaheim, this Wednesday Nelson Showers is coming out.

    Of course there is Stone in Escondido.
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  3. DashFaster

    DashFaster Initiate (0) Jan 22, 2014 California

    Pizza port Carlsbad or San Clemente are both excellent places to stop for both the beer and the food.
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  4. jra173

    jra173 Initiate (0) Jan 19, 2012 Pennsylvania

    i have heard pizza port in Carlsbad can get pretty crazy. I was thinking about going on a Monday late afternoon/early evening. Any insight?
  5. Vegcore

    Vegcore Initiate (0) Jan 16, 2014 California

    Cismontane brewery in rancho santa margarita. A pretty good middle point between Anaheim and San diego.
  6. hopsputin

    hopsputin Grand Pooh-Bah (4,029) Apr 1, 2012 New Jersey
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    Anaheim I'd say also hit Bruery

    Escondido - Stone then drive 5 minutes down the street to Lost Abbey
  7. ClippersSD

    ClippersSD Zealot (500) Jul 17, 2013 California

    Rip Current is in San Marcos off the 78 & Las Posas. Mother Earth is also off the 78 and Vista Way. Both smaller and underrated in my opinion.
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  8. mhksuccess

    mhksuccess Maven (1,472) Jul 7, 2012 California

    I love pizza port carlsbad totally chill spot and good pizza
    has a lot of guest taps and pizza port beer is awesome and it is right off the 5 frwy so easy access
  9. jasonmason

    jasonmason Zealot (658) Oct 6, 2004 California

    San Clemente Pizza Port should be right about exactly halfway in between.

    I've always liked the feel of that PP the best, even if they occasionally have a couple fewer beers than Carlsbad. Plus you can sit on the patio and look out down the street at the ocean, which never gets old.
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  10. 01Ryan10

    01Ryan10 Initiate (0) Sep 10, 2011 California

    I'd say this is incorrect. As the crow flies, yes, but not driving.
  11. SDReaper

    SDReaper Pooh-Bah (2,150) Aug 15, 2013 California
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    But also Belching Beaver is conveniently close to Lost Abbey as well. I'm a big fan of their milk stout.
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