Un des ''iconic'' salon de dégustation dans Miramar/Mira Mesa. Depuis l'achat d'Alpine et le développement de Cellar 3, la liste de fût est toujours à la hauteur. Pour ce qui est de l'ambiance, c'est assez loud quand tous les travailleurs locaux décident que c'est vendredi même si c'est mardi. Heureusement on peut s'évader à l'extérieur et commander au food truck, une bière à la main.
Large place with garden outside. Visited on Sunday, the place was packed. They had 27 taps on, mostly GF and Alpine, some from Cellar 3. Quality wise beers were quite good. Service was very good, no long lines despite the crowds. Tasters available, good value for rating. Well worth visiting.
Great brewery, over 20 taps, went there on friday night an it was not too bad, busy but doable, plenty of seating outside. The beer was great, they also had a green flash food truck outside, I had just 1 dish and it was good, maybe not outstanding but good, the beer was pretty inexpensive.
Visited on a Wednesday evening in February 2017. A large place with a pleasant open area with a large bar. The selection was nice and the service was excellent. I really liked the industrial vibe of this place. Would love to visit again.
Visited Saturday 7/2/2016. Gigantic facility. Looks like it could accommodate hundreds. Dog friendly. About 20 Green Flash beers and 8 Alpine Beer Co. beers on tap. Prices were $4.75 for a full pour, $2.50 for half pours, and $1.25 for tasters. There were also a couple of rarer beers available and at least 1 cask beer. Bottles available to go. Despite it being packed, we didn’t have to wait in line very long to get our beers. Excellent service. Food truck available.
Big, huge warehouse with a nice little backyard. Food truck available with good burgers. Service was excellent, there were tons of beer on tap to choose from, as well as loads more, bottled in the fridge. Prices were very fair!
From the outside, this looks like a gi-normous industrial facility, but it’s not in a normal industrial setting. Once you enter thru the oddly narrow entry hallway, you enter a cool open area right inside the brewery, with a solid view of the shiny vats and seasoned aging barrels. They had at least 20 Green Flash and Alpine selections, a little schwag shop, and nice outdoor patio. They also have a free shuttle to/from their Cellar 3 spot. Big, but not as pretentious and snooty as at least one other San Diego craft beer pioneer. Brewery #731.