J'avoue que spot là m'a pris par surprise. C'est à une heure de marche de chez nous et parfaitement sur le chemin de nos escapades. Un food truck intéressant toujours sur place. À l'intérieur, c'est arrangé de façon à te faire oublié que t'es dans une assez grosse brasserie. Considérant que je suis assez neutre face à Coronado, c'est un incontournable dans le coin.
Stopped by on a Tuesday and was treated to a private tour of the brewery with one of the top guys there, gave us a good perspective on where they came from and where they are headed. Tasting room has a nice view of the brew equipment and the rows of barrels along with a great selection of their beers, which I felt were all good and better. Looking forward to seeing where these guys are headed.
Visited at lunch time on a Wednesday. Weird industrial location with limited parking. Inside there’s a gigantic brewery to your right and a tasting room to the left. They’ve kind of gone with an English pub vibe here with a large bar and lots of polished wood. Tons of beers on tap, most of which were just ok. Nothing really inspiring or something I would go back to. The service was friendly and pretty knowledgable. Pretty comfortable, but it was deafeningly loud in there due to all the brewery activity. It really kind of spoiled my experience here, but I wasn’t really planning on staying long anyway. Overall, I could take or leave this place. They did a pretty good job with the tasting room, but between all the noise and average beers I don’t see myself returning any time soon.
Quick stop before heading to the airport. Space is really cool - wide open warehouse with a direct view of the brewing equipment. Decent sized bar area. Doing a brisk business on a Tuesday afternoon. Lots of taps running as well. They had tasters, but I had time only for a single half pour, which was dirt cheap. Must have been happy hour prices. Staff was friendly. Place allowed dogs inside. Pretty cool.
Kind of tucked away on a small street, but not too far from the freeway. Huge warehouse location with tons and tons of fermenter space. A large bar area to hang out and drink as well as a little side room with a few tables. The place was quite crowded and the service was a bit slow, but really only two bartenders and one person washing glasses to deal with a large number of patrons. About 25 taps and tons of new beers and small batch stuff to try. Prices on flights are pretty decent, too. Unfortunately, most of the beers were very underwhelming. Very watery/bland overall. Would definitely return as it’s a cool place, there’s lots of stuff to try, and Coronado can make good beers.
> A hyper popular, higher quality beer tasting room with excellent decor and excellent food truck symbiosis
>> Tons of house beers on tap in this massive open tasting room inside the production brewery, which was immaculately clean and organized. Larger than normal tasters all put in organized taster trays with labeling you do yourself. Fill out a card with your beer selection and it is served in that order so you can’t mix it up. I don’t understand why more places don’t use this simple solution. Dogs allowed, kids allowed. Very loud, but very fun. Would return. Beware, it is located down a semi sketchy industrial zone.