Ballast Point Brewing And Spirits, San Diego

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Ballast Point Brewing And Spirits, San Diego - Address, Phone Number

Address: 9045 Carroll Way, San Diego, CA 92121, USA

Phone: +1-8586952739

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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This was the first micro-distillery in San Diego after the Prohibition. Founded in 1996 by UCLA graduates, this eventually also became the first of San Diego County's breweries to become a public company. Their beers cover German and Belgian varieties and also IPAs, ales, stouts and lagers. From Tuesday to Sunday various food trucks serve at the brewery. This only one of their several locations around the city, but apparently this has the best beer.

How To reach Ballast Point Brewing And Spirits by Public Transport

  • Bus 964 stop Willow Creek Rd & Old Grove Rd.

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  • This place was awesome! We did the tour and our guide was great and our waiter Martin was fabulous and the food and beer was fantastic! They have an excellent selection of beer and the “boob job” was superb (I’m more of a wine-o but I found tons of flavors I enjoyed)! Definitely give them a try - you won’t regret it!

  • Great selection of beers on tap, and the food is delicious. A great place for a nice meal or just drinks with friends! They have tons of seating and different vibes for formal/casual kinds of nights.

  • One of my favorite breweries in San Diego, mostly due to their selection and types of beer. The food is pretty good here and the vibes are great. Good for a small or large amount of people. Sculpin IPA is a classic.

  • Feels more like a massive restaurant that also happens to brew beer. There is a huge selection of beers on tap, and the bartenders have great suggestions. If you're looking for cozier breweries, skip this one. The tours are free, but no tasting included.

  • I've been here a few times and the food is always great. The tour was fun, and the beers are nice. I'm not really a fan of IPAs which is their big thing but they have a lot of other beers to try that are also very good.

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