Lines form at Midnight Jack when The Echo Room is bumpin'
The Echo Room hopes to further music and beer’s relationship
Collaborations are nothing new in the local beer scene, and they’re not limited to brewery-to-brewery interactions.
Located at the western end of San Diego's "Hops Highway," Oceanside is a craft beer powerhouse with nine different craft breweries and even more on the horizon.
San Diego has surpassed the 140-brewery mark and seems likely to hit 150 by the end of the year. With that much competition, breweries have found creative ways to attract customers, ranging from hosting donut-beer pairings to yoga classes.
It’s the final month of the year, and time to reflect on the year nearly gone-by. For me, that means assessing San Diego County’s brewery landscape.
Here’s a big, airy space in an office park environment that doesn’t have the typical claustrophobic effect common to many similar-sized breweries
Back in 2006, when John Scheri first moved to Oceanside, he found quite a different beer scene than the one he'd just left in his native New Jersey.
Midnight Jack Pale Ale (5.5%)- beautiful amber color with an off-white foam head, this beer has a mild citrusy and biscuity aroma with flavors to match, well-balanced, with a clean, crisp finish. Very refreshing.