Came here on 14.7.2017. An average San Diego brewery located in an industrial estate typical for Southern California. Very visible brewhouse and tanks. Had 6 beers available. Tasted the ’Lifted Embargo’ IPA, absolutely ok.
Expansive and rather grungy brewery. I visited on a February evening and it was quite chili inside, making the experience rather unpleasant. Decent taplist, but not the most exciting beers. Decent service and reasonable prices. Not especially impressive, but with Toolbox just a minute or two away, you might want to visit here too.
Walked up here after visiting Toolbox (just over a 1/2 mile walk). Decent amount of beers on tap and they serve individual taster sizes. Worth a stop if you are the area as these Breweries are all a stone’s throw from each other!
t0rin0 (1529) Do Not Resuscitate, California | December 8, 2014| Updated December 25, 2014
Visited December 6, 2014.
Surprised that I haven’t rated this yet since this is at least my third visit. It’s in the old Green Flash location which gives it a bit of a nostalgic quality. I ended up here this time because we were at Toolbox before and I thought the road looked familiar. Sure enough this is just the next shopping center up. Once again there was a drunk bus there. At least we already had seats at the bar so we didn’t have to fight the beer bros for service. The server was nice and seemed to deal with the flood of fat bros pretty well. We got a couple of tasters and for whatever reason a full glass of the North County IPA which was quite good. Most of the beers are just average but every once in a while they come up with a hit, like this or the coffee stout they did a year or two ago. Not much else to say really. It’s in a business park, kind of quiet. Prices aren’t bad.
Another warehouse/brewery tasting room in the San Marcos area. Not complaining, I love these places. Cheap 3ish oz sample pours. 12 draft options with one additional nitro pour. Solid and clean beers overall. Nothing great, but nothing off either.
Large tasting room inside the production brewery. Really friendly staff. Can do tasters of everything on tap, which had an extensive list of about 15 beers plus a cask and randall offerings. Quality was mixed with some decent stuff and some very bad ones. Seemed to be a much more popular place than Mother Earth. Enjoyed it here, but again the beers are mostly scroll past. No food truck.
Solid spot. Twelve beers on tap. Great prices for tasters - one buck for the standard stuff, two bucks for the special stuff. And they are big tasters, too. Plenty of seating, wifi (pw: lat33brew on my visit), friendly staff. The beers I had were decent. A few snacks available. It took me a minute to find the place but I’m sure most people won’t have any trouble.