May 17th, 2013 by CCBA
Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens ~ Liberty Station is now open.
Located at: 2816 Historic Decatur Rd #116
San Diego, CA 92106
Previously a U.S. Navy mess hall, the restaurant features the use of metal, concrete, reclaimed wood and other organic materials. Enjoy indoor and outdoor dining, bars, bocce ball, gardens and outdoor cinema space.
And the bar features 40 taps of craft beer.
Visit Stone’s website for more details here.
February 16th, 2013 by CCBA
Natalie and Vinnie Cilurzo, owners of Russian River Brewing received a Senate Resolution by State Senator Noreen Evans and Senator Alex Padilla on Wednesday February 13th. The resolution was co-created by Assemblyman Wesley Chesbro and Senator Evans to “recognize Russian River for their “outstanding community and customer service, exemplary business ethics and liquid craftsmanship that have provided the county with huge local economic benefits through jobs, sales and distinction.” Congratulations Russian River Brewing Co!
See Sean Paxon’s You Tube of the ceremony here
February 4th, 2013 by CCBA
This is a major CCBA fundraiser!! Come Celebrate with us
Tickets and details here
January 10th, 2013 by CCBA
Coronado Brewing Company’s Knoxville Production Facility is now open, located in the Bay Park neighborhood of San Diego at 1205 Knoxville St. The 22,000 sq. ft. facility has a 750 sq. ft. tasting room and 30 bbl brewhouse.
Congratulations CCBA member!
Visit their website here
December 13th, 2012 by CCBA
The enormous success of America’s Craft Beer renaissance has given rise to a flowering of small businesses and local employment all across this great nation of ours. It has also spawned a wonderful Craft Beer culture and made a lot of people very happy. But….and this is a Big But; this dynamic “grassroots” development hasn’t gone unnoticed. For various reasons, and by various means, the makers of mass-produced beer have decided to try to get in on the “action”. In an enlightening article in today’s St. Louis Dispatch, Charlie Papazian, Bob Pease and Dan Kopman of the Brewers Association give a little background on this story.
Read full story here
December 5th, 2012 by CCBA
The consumption of alcohol overall went down by half in the 1920s; and it remained below pre-Prohibition levels until the 1940s.
The Repeal of Prohibition in the United States was accomplished