San Diego's World Beer Cup runneth over with seven awards.
Jedi masters will celebrate the “Star Wars”-inspired holiday, May the Fourth, at San Diego beer hangouts.
Co-founded by an Army veteran and the son of an Army helicopter pilot who was killed in action, Honor donates a portion of its revenue to military-related charities.
Tony Gwynn Jr., the former pro baseball player and son of Baseball Hall of Famer, follows in his father's footsteps and trades his bat for a brew with an IPA.
New brewpub, whose staff reflects Fourpenny House's U.K. roots, has a full bar that serves beer, wine and scotch.
To hammer home the we-are-still-local point, the brewery is also organizing a “Made in San iego” festival this fall, featuring local artists, businesses, cideries and breweries
Modern Times and Duck Foot are the two local breweries who recently announced major expansions.
After several rounds, the bracket is complete and San Diegans have chosen a winner.