San Diego’s Top Breweries

With plenty of local brewers sprinkled throughout the county, it's no wonder San Diego is the Napa of craft beer. Cheers to a brewery near you!

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The Coronado Brewing Company is located just a few minutes from downtown San Diego. Sit down and enjoy their signature beer "Coronado Golden", while watching your favorite team on one of many HD TV's. Open 7 days a week from 10:30 a.m. Their address: 170 Orange Avenue, Coronado Ca, 92118 .For more information visit their website.
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Mission Brewing Company famous for its “Ship Wreck” beer is located in downtown San Diego at 1441 L St. Check out their website or "hop" over there for happy hour.
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Karl Strauss Brewing Company famous for “Amber Lager” beer and has multiple locations throughout the county, including Sorrento Mesa, La Jolla, and Carlsbad. Check out the award-winning beers during their happy hour, when beers are only $3.
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Green Flash Brewing Company, located at 6550 Mira Mesa Blvd., is famous for its signature beer West Coast IPA. The brewers have wonmultiple awards and have a tasting room you can check out Tuesday through Sunday.
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We couldn't get away without mentioning one of San Diego's most famous beer spots: Stone Brewery. The monolith brewery/restaurant is a testament to San Diego's craft beer powers, and it's unusual location doesn't deter beer fanatics from making the pilgrimage up I-15 to Escondido.
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Pizza Port owners started brewing beer as a hobby, and as their production started “overflowing,” the company expanded into three other locations: Port Carlsbad, which offers the Carlsbad Cream Ale, Port Solana Beach offers California Honey Ale, and Port San Clemente offers Pier Rat Porter.
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The after-game crowd can usually be found at San Diego Brewing Co., which is located in Mission Valley. The brewery/restaurant pairs its multiple beers with delicious food.
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