The annual San Diego Beer Festival takes place at NTC Park in Liberty Station. The beloved event for all beer enthusiasts in Southern California was launched in 2011. It features over 70 breweries that present over 200 beers. The one-day festival's entertainment includes lawn games and live performances by cover bands such as Black Crystal Wolf Kids and Saved by the 90s.
San Diego Brew Festival also features 10 of San Diego’s best food trucks, including Imperial Beach’s Doggos Gus. But of course, the main attraction of the fun-filled day is beer. Dozens of local and international breweries, such as Beer Roots Brewing, Double Peak Brewing, Booze Brothers Brewing, Harland Brewing, Novo Brazil Brewing, Helix Brewing, Oceanside Brewing, Second Chance Beer Co, Quantum Brewing, and Resident Brewing, present their best craft beers.
General admission is $50 from 1 to 4 pm, which includes unlimited beer tastings. Early Admission from noon to 4 pm costs $65. It offers an extra hour, and specialty pours such as TapRoom’s Monastic Disorder, Burgeon’s Island Dreams, Mikkeller’s Beer Geek Cocoa Shake, and Lost Abbey’s Gnoel de Abbey.