Late last week, Stone Brewing Company surprisingly laid off about 75 employees, and it had the craft beer community in utter shock. Immediate reactions ranged from “that sucks”, to the company is not doing well, to a buyout is looming.Read more
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Hot weather calls for refreshing, lighter bodied, low in ABV crushable beer! Here’s our picks for which locally brewed San Diego craft cans to enjoy during summertime.Read more
We don’t review every Enjoy By bottle, but want to be sure to check out each of their new variation releases when they drop, like the debut of this Enjoy by 05.30.16 Tangerine IPA.Read more
The end result was one pissed off bastard that packed a wallop at 12.7% ABV. This barrel aged monster (err… gargoyle) was not for the faint of heart, and I will admit I underestimated it to start.Read more
We try to recommend local San Diego craft beer related businesses and/or products whenever possible, but in the case of Doggie Beer Bones, we trusted our four legged friend’s opinion.Read more
Enjoy By 11.27.15 Black IPA was the first run of bottles in Stone Brewing’s new subset of their highly acclaimed Enjoy By series. Billed as the “dark side of fresh”, it was limited to California.Read more
We bought our bottle of Enjoy After 10.31.15 Brett IPA in September 2014, and cellared it for the recommended year. The beer was properly stored until opening on 11.1.15, one day after its “Enjoy After” date.Read more
This is our list of Top 10 California Pale Ales. These are not wheat-based, blondes, or seasonal — just straight-up year round offerings brewed somewhere in California, regardless of region.Read more
Erin Mosbaugh at First We Feast wrote a fantastic article about the evolution of the West Coast Style IPA.Read more
Congratulations to all the local San Diego breweries who took home a medal at the Great American Beer Festival last weekend.Read more
This was Enjoy By 07.04.14, and we cracked ours at 8:10PM on June 20th, leaving 13 days, 3 hours and 50 minutes of guaranteed freshness. Just like is said on the bottle, it was “Devastatingly Fresh.”Read more
The craft beer market is booming, but Noah Davis doubts consumer demand will be enough to sustain the many new breweries jumping into the marketplace.
He examines the impact of the larger brewers on the market, and also interviews the Kimmich’s from The Alchemist, and Greg Koch, founder of Stone Brewing.Read more