Winter 2019

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Behind the Brews

Stories about San Diego's craft beer community

5 Questions for Mo Nuspl, Owner & Brewer, Deft Brewing

Love for European styles has grounded this small (and relatively new) Bay Park brewery

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Museum of Beer San Diego to Open in East Village

This beer center will be California’s first immersive hands-on beer experience

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Pink Boots Beer Is Coming

Celebrate women in brewing by raising a few pints of collaboration beer

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Have a Beer With Pariah Brewer Brian Mitchell

This North Park brewery is on a quest for “offensively flavorful” beer

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The Other Stone

San Diego’s largest independent craft brewer has another (big) beer business

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Have a Beer with Matt Zirpolo, New President of the San Diego Brewers Guild

Burgeon’s co-founder takes the helm

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Green Flash Is Not Dead

New management and a big rebranding campaign bring Mira Mesa’s largest brewery back into the game

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Brooklyn Brewery's Beer Comes to San Diego

The East Coast icon is now on tap around town

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Kairoa Opens in University Heights

One of San Diego’s hippest neighborhoods finally has a beer to call its own

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Karl Strauss Turns 30

San Diego’s iconic brewery is credited with “starting it all” on Columbia Street

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