The Aliens recognize that you humans like to celebrate things, and this Friday is one celebration we are happy to get on board with. April 7th is the observance of when beer became legal again in the United States after the Cullen-Harrison Act was enacted allowing the brewing and sale of beer in the United States as long as it was under 4% ABV.

So raise a pint and cheers to the fact that you can drink beer! Here is a small compiled list of San Diego happenings in the beer world this Friday.  

Pure Project Brewing (located at 9030 Kenamar Dr, # 308, San Diego, California 92121

These 2 beers will be sold in 4-packs with a limit of 3-4 (4-packs) depending on availability, per person, per beer style. They will be sold out of the tap room on a first come, first serve basis. FYI BRING YOUR OWN BAG!

Pure Project is getting green and asking those who will be purchasing 4 packs bring their own reusable bag. If you forget one there will be bags available on site for purchase. 

Murklands – $16.00 + Tax & CRV
Pale Ale w/ Citra and Columbus Hops
5.5% ABV | 30 IBU

Our crowd favorite Citra Pale Ale brewed with Citra and Columbus hops utilizing Organic Rye to create a crushable, spicy backbone. The yeast adds fruity esters of peach and citrus that layer over the trademark dank hop aroma.

Triple Dry Hyped – $20.00 + Tax & CRV
Triple India Pale Ale w/ Nelson, Citra and Mosaic Hops
10.3% ABV | 50 IBU


Alesmith Brewing Company
(located at 9990 AleSmith Ct., San Diego, California 92126) 

Padres Home Opener Celebration. 
Give & Take Pint Night: $10 for a full pour of .394 Pale Ale and a souvenir. 394 Pint Glass to take home.
(A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Tony & Alicia (TAG) Foundation.)

.394 Specialties:
-Randall: Tony’s Take (.394 Pale Ale w/ Grapefruit & Oranges)
-Dueling .394 Casks: .394 w/ Cashmere Hops vs. .394 w/ Mosaic Hops

Specialty Beers:
-CocoNut Brown
-Cinnamon Nut Brown
-Coffee Nut Brown

Full Metal Burgers at 11AM & The Poke Craft at 4PM

Killowat Brewing Company (located at 7576 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92111-1504, United States)

Hey History Buffs and Craft Beer Heads…have you ever tried a Roggenbier?

You don’t find this historical brew many places, but you can this Friday at Kilowatt Brewing!

Join us for the special release of this rare brew.

Originating in Bavaria, this beer fell out of favor after 1516 when the German Beer Purity Law was adopted, resulting in a longtime lull in the practice of brewing with rye. While rye is back in favor with craft brewers today, most beers are only brewed with small amounts of rye. Roggenbiers are brewed with 40-60% of rye malt, resulting in a unique mouth feel and spicy, tangy taste.

Experience a little bit of craft beer history, while enjoying the aroma, flavor, and body of this centuries-old recipe at our Kearny Mesa Tap Room this Friday, April 7th.

Bottlecraft Little Italy (located at 2252 India St, San Diego, California 92101)

Help us celebrate the return of baseball season this Friday, April 7th in Little Italy. We’re teaming up with AleSmith to throw a Padre Pregame Party. ALL WEEKEND LONG we’ll be tweaking the corkage so that if you drink it here, a can of .394 costs $3.94. In addition, we’ll be tapping a keg of Coffee Cake Speedway, which won Best in Show at the AleSmith Speedway Grand Prix.

Skip the downtown congestion and pregame with us! Only a short uber, lyft, or cycle away from the stadium!

Barrel Republic (locations listed below)

At all locations enjoy 1/2 off all local beers from 2-6pm!

Oceanside: 215 N Coast Hwy Oceanside, CA

Pacific Beach: 1261 Garnet Ave San Diego, CA

Carlsbad: 2961 State St. Carlsbad, CA 

 

Have a fun holiday and enjoy responsibly humans! 


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