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Best Coast Beer Fest Returns March 11

Over 75 breweries take over Embacadero Marina Park South




On March 11, Best Coast Beer Fest will return to Embarcadero Marina Park South for its third year. With over 75 breweries, a food truck alley and local bands all set on San Diego Bay, this is one of the must attend beer events of the year.

Tickets are currently on sale and include options ranging from general admission, which includes unlimited beer samples from 2-5pm to VIP which includes extra hour of tasting and access to the VIP area including food, a rotating tap of limited reserve brews, executive restrooms and more. For the ultra VIP there will also be a limited amount of private cabanas available.

Best Coast Beer Fest benefits Cancer for College, which provides cancer survivors with college scholarships.

To re-cap: You. Beer. Music. Food trucks. San Diego Bay. The whole shebang. There is no physical way in the universe you can enjoy a day better than this. We’ve done the research. It’s science.

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