Beer Week celebrations shine spotlight on Village’s suds scene

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Celebrating the finest independent craft brewers, San Diego is in full swing through Nov. 14, and the Third Avenue Village Association is highlighting the brewing beer scene in downtown Chula Vista. Third Avenue is home to seven beer destinations from breweries, bars, taprooms and beer markets.

Chula Vista Brewery is hailed as one of Third Avenue’s founding beer establishments. Veteran-owned, the brewery features a welcoming environment providing inclusive space for locals and visitors. For Beer Week, it has a lineup of specials including all day happy hour, merchandise discounts, music and more.

To see what Chula Vista Brewery is brewing up this week, visit chulavistabrewery.com.

Chula Vista’s first tasting room and market dedicated to local craft beer, Third Avenue Alehouse gives beer lovers a mix of classics, new favorites, and items that they never knew they needed. With indoor and outdoor seating, a rotating tap list, to-go offerings, and a market to shop, this is the place to stock up. Third Avenue is open Tuesday through Sunday. Visit thirdavenuealehouse.com.

For the lovers of the variety experience in tasting, Bar Sin Nombre is locally owned and has an extensive selection and noteworthy variety of craft brews fit for every beer lover with its rotating menu. Open Wednesday through Sunday, guests can enjoy beer selections ranging for dark to light beer, pastry stouts to sours, and more. See what is happening on Instagram @barinnombre.

Specializing in Baja-based and local craft brews, El Cruce + 241 features the best of both worlds. Its menu includes offerings ranging from Belching Beaver Brewery to Cervecería Transpeninsular, Cerveza Loba and more. Pair pours with fresh Ceviche or an order of the savory, Taco de Birria. El Cruce + 241 is open Tuesday through Sunday. Visit elcrucechulavista.com.

The German inspired restaurant Tavern at the Vogue offers an impressive selection of local and global brew with beers from Germany, Mexico, Scotland, San Diego and more. With endless tasting opportunities, it ha s lineup of beer specials such as $5 Hofbrau pints, $5 European Beer Cans, and more available. Visit tavernatthevogue.com.

Open daily, Thr3e Punk Ales embodies craft beer, family, music, and good vibes. With an expansive space, a unique mural splashed along the walls, and a variety of beer selections, the locally owned brewery offers a lively spot for the local community. Head in and enjoy one of their core beer selections including the Hops on a Plate Hazy Pale Ale, This Charming Stout Oatmeal Stout, or the Emo Brown Imperial Coffee Brown Ale. Visit 3punkales.com.

Soak up the sun during Beer Week with a visit to Groundswell Brewing. The lively tasting room is home to a spacious front and back outdoor patio, complete with artisan pizza and sandwich offerings from The Palate. Browse the tap list featuring favorites such as the Piloncillo Brown Ale brewed with Mexican piloncillo sugar or opt for the Hubba Hubba IPA. Visit groundswellbrew.com/chula-vista.

 

Beer Week celebrations shine spotlight on Village’s suds scene