Fall Brewing










Fall Brewing Company happens to be one of San Diego’s more recent breweries to join the crazy craft beer scene down here. Located in the more “northern” part of North Park, it’s a bit more solitary from the rest of the NP scene, but it’s definitely worth it. My favorite part of this particular place has to be their clever naming skills when it comes to beer; “Unicorn Stampede” and “Mittens” are two of my favorites. The space is fun due to its warehouse vibe, and you can actually watch the brewmasters in action while sitting at one of their many wooden bars. I also adored their primitive furniture and color-crazy mural wall (as well as their beer). It’s a dog friendly brewery too, which means I can’t wait to get a pup and bring him there!

One of the coolest things about this particular brewery is their infatuation with food trucks. They have an entire monthly list of trucks that come and serve everyday, from sushi to creole to tacos. Oyster Project was serving up fresh shucked oysters last time we visited. How fun is that?

So, if you ever find yourself on 30th Street in North Park, (which you most definitely should because it’s packed with the coolest spots) make sure to head a little farther north and enjoy yet another great San Diego beer spot.








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If you know anything about San Diego, you probably know that the weather is always great, and that  it happens to be the craft beer capital of the world. It seems like a new brewery opens every weekend; you could spend weeks going and trying all of the different craft brews around the city (and we certainly try to!).

Within the craft beer scene, Bottlecraft is one of our favorite local finds. With two locations in North Park and Little Italy (two of my favorite spots in town), the store is filled to the brim with bottled beers from near and far. At the North Park location, you can grab a bottle and pair it with some fresh cheese straight from the Venissimo shop nestled in the back of the store, or grab some of their ready-to-go picnic goods and take it on the road. Or, if you want more of a bar vibe, try out the Little Italy location. Bring a sandwich and kick back with their rotating draft list or chilled bottles. If you’re sitting at the window, you also get to watch the planes come in for landing overhead. No matter which location, Bottlecraft is definitely one of SD’s best beer spots and should be high on your list to visit!