Visited on a Wednesday evening in February 2018. A rather small and clean place that was not crowded at all during the visit. The service was good as was the selection. Located close to our Hotel, Courtyard by Marriot. Limited hours but we managed to drink some pleasant beers before they closed.
Came here 15.7.2017. Better than the other place I have been before. 20 beers on tap. Surpringly good beers - Liked the Mango Tart. Other than that, a pretty average location, no differentiation. Service was more dealing with themselves - no customer orientation.
Pretty standard-looking brewery in an industrial park, with an obvious surfer theme. Good variety of taps, available in tasting flights or single pours. Staff are very generous with samples and very friendly. Beer quality itself was quite good, with a few standouts. Worth a stop when in San Marcos.
Small place with a very friendly, funny staff. Locals were very welcoming and friendly. Few barrels as tables and a small bar with few seats. Fits 20 comfortably. Relaxed atmosphere. Beer was great with about 15 taps or so.
So the beer here is good and there is a large selection and wide range of styles. However, the staff are kind of full of themselves, at least on the night I visited. They do have food trucks stop by and offer tasty morsels to the crowds, but my time here will be limited as long as they employ the same folks.
Kind of a smaller place, good beer. Hard to compare with the other breweries in the area. Friendly staff, only serve their beers. Nothing bad to say about the place, it’s just in an area with so many great places that kind of take away from Rip Current.
One of my favorite places during our stay in the San Diego area. Loads of their own beers and you can have them all in small tasting glasses. Beers were held in very good condition and some of them were really small batches. Food from the truck outdoors was really nice. We were even given a brewery tour by Chris (stawn). Huge thanks for that!
Got here at a pretty busy time, 5pm on a Friday. There’s 30 people in here and the seating options might handle 20. So it isn’t cramped but there’s no place to go and relax and enjoy their offerings. There are a few barrels used as tables and the bar area for seating. Overall a pretty small space. The staff was friendly, funny and efficient. I see a 15 to 20BBL brew house off to the left along with the fermenter farm and bright tanks that are basically in the tasting area space (or the tasting area space is in the brew house area). On the opposite wall is a floor to ceiling vintage beer can display with lots and lots of interesting looking cans. There’s a nice atmosphere here, patrons are friendly and I love the tiny tulip shaped taster glasses. I tried two hoppy beer offerings and they were stellar. Wow! I need to come back.