June 12, 2013


If you haven't heard of Stone Brewery
then you've probably been living under a rock. 
#punintended hah!
No, but in all seriousness,
Stone is making some big moves!

Founded in 1996, it is considered to be one of the fastest growing breweries in America in the past 15 years.
The company has received numerous awards and recognition,
and most recently, the famed gargoyle has taken over the quaint gardens of Liberty Station. 
The Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens is the largest restaurant purchaser of local, small-farm organic produce in San Diego,
and at 8,500 square feet, it's absolutely huge!
I'm on a roll today, aren't I?
Must still be drunk. Just kidding. Maybe.   

Either way, you must check out the 1 acre brewery for yourself. 
With seating capacity of 425, 
and 32 craft & specialty beers on tap, 
you won't be disappointed. 

If Disneyland was made for adults,
I would imagine it would look a lot like this. 
The biggest beer garden I ever did see.
Everything is large around here... including the chairs. 
Can you tell we like dark drafts? I promise they're all different. 
Drinking and eating is the responsible thing to do.
Try the Bruschetta BLT - applewood-smoked bacon, organic tomato bruschetta, arugula, aioli and Stone Cali-Belgique IPA stone-ground mustard on ciabbata, with chile-lime tortilla chips.  
BBQ Duck Trio - duck confit, Stone Levitation Ale BBQ Sauce, microgreens, habanero-pineapple salsa and Asiago cheese, served with Spanish brown rice, black bean salad and tomatillo salsa.
Those are my "too many beer flights" glazed-over eyes. Yikes. 

2816 Historic Decatur Rd #116‎ 
Liberty Station, CA 92106



afairlie said...

Oooh! I love the new digs Stone has! Must give it a go :)

Adrienne @ www.abtakesca.blogspot.com

Bailey Schneider said...

Stunning - as always ;-)
Much love, Bailey from Vanilla Blonde

Ciara Cusseaux said...

Looks like you had a blast. I definitely have to check it out now. It is definitely much more than I realized. Thank you for the recommendation!

Teresa said...

What an amazing looking brewery! My husband and I love checking out local brews when we travel! This one definitely just made it onto the list of places to stop by.