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San Diego Beer Week Kicks-Off

Brewers Takeover



San Diego Beer Week starts tonight with the week’s premiere event, the Brewers Takeover. Held at Broadway Pier, the event features rare and specialty beers from San Diego’s award winning breweries plus tastings from local restaurants. For a full list of the selections being poured tonight, click here.

The festivities continue on Saturday with the Brewers Guild Festival at Broadway Pier. Guests receive a commemorative tasting glass and can try up to 15 different samples from local craft brewers. Food trucks and restaurants will be onsite with food for sale. Check out Brazil on Wheels and Underdogs Gastro plus restaurants including Slater’s 50/50 and Sessions Public.

San Diego Beer week runs though November 10th. Over the 10-days, breweries and restaurants will host over 600 craft beer events. San Diego Beer Week is the country’s premier craft beer destination. For the full lineup of events and tickets, visit here.

Event Details:
San Diego Beer Week
November 1 – 10, 2014

VIP Brewers Takeover
November 1, 2014
Broadway Pier, 6-9 p.m.

Brewers Guild Festival
November 2, 2014
Broadway Pier, 1-5 p.m.

For complete schedule and tickets visit here.

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