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Behind the Brews

Stories about San Diego's craft beer community

10 San Diego Beers Perfect for Summer

This year's Rhythm & Brews offered high temperatures and refreshing brews to match

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San Diego Brewers Shine in International Competitions

The spring awards season wraps up with big wins for local breweries

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Have a Beer with Rouleur’s Rawley Macias

The cycling-themed Carlsbad brewery just celebrated its first anniversary

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Bagby's Beerleaders Program Teaches Brewing Basics

The community beer education program offers a day in a brewery making beer

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Brews with Views: San Diego’s Top 6 Scenic Sipping Spots

Where to enjoy a cold pint with an ocean view

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Have a Beer with SouthNorte Brewer Ryan Brooks

Brooks is San Diego’s “brewing ambassador” to Baja

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Is San Diego Beer Growth Leveling Off?

Even Green Flash Brewing Co. has to call it quits

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Getting to Know the Ensenada Beer Festival

Mexico’s largest beer event spotlights a new world of craft

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Have a Beer with Bitter Brothers Brewer Tyler Tucker

Bay Ho’s brewery gets a new member of the family

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Mother Earth Brew Co. Adds Wine and Food to Its Portfolio

The newly opened Mother’s Provisions brings wine, cheese, and charcuterie to downtown Vista

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Has Anything Really Changed Since Ballast Point Sold to Constellation?

More than two years after the acquisition, misinformation and misunderstanding still abound

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Beer to the Rescue Taps into Year 4

The campaign to raise awareness and money for the Lupus Foundation of Southern California is bigger than ever

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Have a Beer with Burgeon Head Brewer Anthony Tallman

Looking back on a year that brought awards, respect, and lots of new fans (and a beer made with donuts!)

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Stone Brewing Takes the Fight to Big Beer

The San Diego icon files a lawsuit against MillerCoors

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10 Beer Festivals to Add to Your Bucket List

Sip your way around the world, from Chicago to China

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A Salute to the Bitter Brothers Family Dinner Series

Feeding craft beer fans to help Feeding San Diego

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Have a Beer with the Belching Beaver Brew Team

Troy Smith, Peter Perrecone, and Thomas Peters share the view from inside one of San Diego's fastest growing breweries

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Around the World in Beer

An international look at the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage

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Have a Beer with the Eppig Brewing Team

Clayton LeBlanc, Nathan Stephens, and Stephanie Eppig discuss the North Park brewery's magic formula

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A Look Back at San Diego Beer in 2017

The events, trends, and brews that made the year in beer

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