• San Diego Beer Week Turns 10 in November

     
    POSTED October 31, 2018
     

    A Sudsy Milestone

San Diego, the Craft Beer Capital of America, will celebrate the 10th anniversary of San Diego Beer Week (SDBW) November 2-11.

Taking place throughout San Diego County at participating breweries, bars, restaurants and more, SDBW showcases beers from more than 130 local craft breweries. This year the festivities are expanding with the addition of breweries from neighboring Tijuana and Baja, Mexico, a celebration of the Cali-Baja culture that makes San Diego a unique destination. Groups can also enjoy San Diego’s beer scene year-round. There’s a new SD Beer mobile app (available for iOS and Android) that makes all the info thirsty visitors are seeking just a tap and a swipe away. Companies like Brew Hop, Brewery Tours of San Diego and San Diego Beer, Wine & Spirits Tour offer customized private tours, such as a Sailing and Brewery Tasting Tour and a Beer Train Trolley Tour. 

Perhaps your attendees have hopped on those electric bikes and e-scooters that are scattered all over metropolitan areas throughout California. That’s old news, no question. Yet it’s a sure bet they’ve never been on a Vintage Electric Cruz Bike, because only 250 of them ever have been made. Mad Dogs & Englishmen Bike Shop in Carmel has a fleet of these smile generators, as well as a fleet of knowledgeable guides to lead scenic group tours. 

 

 

Breweries and beer lovers gathered to learn, network and enjoy Colorado’s craft beer scene.

 

Another great option for portable wine has hit the Colorado market: Molly’s Spirits’ canned sparkling rosé. It’s a great option for when glass isn’t allowed or an outdoor adventure is at hand. Molly’s Rosé Bubbles is crafted in Oregon and boasts aromas of fresh strawberries, candied ginger and rose petals with flavors of raspberry, papaya and honeydew. The wine is available in recyclable 375-milliliter aluminum cans, meaning just two cans is the equivalent of an entire bottle of wine. Available while supplies last.