If you're looking for the best craft beer bars in San Diego for nightlife, you've come to the right place. Encinitas Ale House is a great place to start, with more than 350 bottles of beer and 32 draft beers. They also offer an “80 beers in 80 days” club, which raffles paid trips around the world for those who can enjoy 80 beers in 80 days at the bar. Plus, they have some of the best burgers in town.
Taproom is PB's version of a craft beer bar, with more than 40 faucets and more than 80 bottles of beer, a whole team of certified beer waiters and incredible wings. Neighborhood is a hipster atmosphere with 40 beers on tap and some of the best bar food you'll find. And if you're looking for something stronger, find the “hidden entrance” to the Noble Experiment speakeasy next to the restrooms. San Diego is home to 155 licensed craft breweries, making it the most in any county in the United States.
From California IPAs to black IPAs and even the unique flavors of tropical IPAs at one of the city's most famous breweries, Coronado Brewing Company, this is the ideal city to treat yourself to Indiana Pale Ales. The brewery is modern and modern, and they serve some of the best hamburgers in the city. SD Tap Room has one of the widest selections of craft beer in the city, with 50 local craft beers on tap, more than 100 bottles to choose from and delicious gastropub food. Common Theory has about 30 different swivel faucets that actually spin all the time, so you can try something new every time you visit.
And if you're looking for quality and comfort, you can't go wrong with Neighborhood.What you would get if you took the craft beer craze and mixed it with the best gastronomic trends of the millennial generation? That's what you'll find at Common Theory. It's trendy and delicious in every sense of the word. And while it's known for its brunch sandwiches and its flights with mimosa, you'll also find excellent craft beer here. They serve everything from Imperial Porters, IPA and drunk kombucha to a delicious Belgian Strong Golden Ale.San Diego has more than 100 breweries and a lot of incredible bars.
The Danish brewing company originally partnered with AleSmith Brewing Company to acquire its traditional brewery in San Diego and make new beers using AleSmith's 30-barrel brewing system. Stone Brewing has a new headquarters in Escondido, which is a little outside of San Diego, but they also have another headquarters in Liberty Station inside the city. My friend and I were like kids in a candy store, with a good selection of craft beers, many of them difficult to find in San Diego.San Diego is home to a strong IPA culture, which means you'll find this “beer with hops” in just about every best craft beer bar in the city. These beloved San Diego breweries offer classic IPAs and stouts, as well as unexpected flavor combinations such as strawberry, chocolate, caramel and more.
Located in Alpine, just east of San Diego, Alpine Beer Company is one of the most loved breweries in the San Diego area. Dedicated to sustainability and to pure, quality ingredients, this brewery was founded by a couple from Southern California who traveled to Costa Rica before settling back in San Diego.San Diego has a great beer scene but it clearly lacked great craft beer taverns, especially in the city center. That's why SD Tap Room was created - it's spacious, modern, and full of great local craft beer bars to try. So if you're looking for an unforgettable night out with friends or family while enjoying some delicious craft beers from around San Diego County or even around the world - these are some of your best options.