(San Diego,CA) – San Diego veteran craft brewery AleSmith Brewing shares their stellar lineup of events for this year’s San Diego Beer Week, running from today until November 15th. Read on for all the details.
Join AleSmith for National Learn to Homebrew Day. One of our brewers, Colin Field, will partner up with our tasting room’s own Shannon Rogers for an all-grain brewing demonstration. They’ll cover the entire brew process from grain to fermentation, and be available to answer questions along the way. Guests will get hands-on brewing experience as well as a flight of beers, all for $20! Tickets are now available at our tasting room.
Also in celebration of National Learn to Homebrew Day, we will hold a Homebrew Gear Swap Meet from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in our tasting room. All guests and local brewers are welcome to bring any type of brewing equipment to sell or trade. Please email [email protected]alesmith.com to ensure a space if you’d like to sell your equipment.
We’ll offer these beers and more via three “laps” (flights) along with numerous other kegged and cask varieties (e.g., Pistachio Speedway, Café Du Monde Speedway, Grand Marnier Speedway, Speedway to Hell) as part of this, our most popular event of the entire year.
How does one take what is regarded by many as the finest coffee-infused imperial stout on the planet and make it even more special. It’s not easy, but we have come up with two very effective methods—sequestering this fine stout in bourbon barrels for the better part of a year then blending the resulting whiskey-accented fluid to achieve smooth, warming perfection; and brewing a version of the beer infused with toasted coconut, vanilla and rare Ka’u coffee imported from Hawaii. We’ll unleash both our Barrel-Aged Speedway Stout and Hawaiian Speedway Stout ON THE SAME DAY, putting it on tap and allowing fans to pick up pre-purchased bottles during one raucously fun day in our brand new tasting room. (Visit BrownPaperTickets starting 11 a.m. on November 9 to pre-purchase bottles of these rare gems.) We’ll also tap the following specialty beers:
Bust out your 32-ounce growler (or just purchase one our stylish, anvil-adorned varieties) and get your fill of a rare specialty AleSmith mystery beer, the likes of which are never made available for take-home enjoyment due to its ultra-limited nature. We can’t tell you what it is just yet (stay tuned to Facebook for that) but it’s going to be incredible and you’re definitely going to want it.
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