Alesmith Brewing Company, San Diego
About Alesmith Brewing Company, San Diego
Alesmith Brewing Company, San Diego - Address, Phone Number
Address: 9990 AleSmith Ct, San Diego, CA 92126
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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Started in 1995, this artisanal brewery uses European brewing science. It works! They have won many awards. And it's not just their beer that is great. Check out their huge tasting room - over 25,000-square-feet of space. It is the largest in the county, and very stylishly and warmly decorated. There are plans for a beer garden bar, mezzanine, a small museum and an event space. They are dog friendly. Contact them if you want a private tour.
Alesmith Brewing Company Opening and Closing Hours
- Check their website for possible closed dates.
How To reach Alesmith Brewing Company by Public Transport
- Bus 31 stop Miramar Rd & Empire St
- Drive to here.
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We got a couple flights, and the beers here were all awesome. They have a large selection of their own craft brews, so you're sure to find something you like. Food is provided by food trucks outside near the patio. We didn't try anything, but the food we saw others eating looked pretty good. The emphasis here is on the beer, and food is more of a convenience for those who want a small bite. The location is really nice. There's a large patio outside, and large bar inside. Tables and high tops are scattered about for groups. Everything is new and modern. The space feels open and is great for conversing over a brew. There's also a large counter to buy merchandise like t-shirts, mugs, etc. Service was quick and hassle free, as it should be.
We had so much fun here! The beers are great and the food trucks serve some seriously delicious pizza. You'll definitely need a cab home!
Big fan of Sublime so I had to try their Sublime Mexican Lager. Beer is good of course as is expected from Alesmith. The location is still under expansion but fully operational. Inside is a fantastic museum dedicated to Mr. Padre himself Tony Gwynn. That alone is worth driving there and get a beer to top it off.
Beers are decent. Very true to style but, at the end of the day, boring. Brewery is sterile and predictable. Patio is OK but again looks like something out of "building a brew pub 101"
San Diego's largest tasting room with onsite museum and speakeasy. Love the new upstairs area.
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