Have a Cup of Cheer at La Jolla Brewing Company

In a community known for it’s iconic landmarks, the La Jolla Brewing Company (LJBC), has sought to build upon the prevailing identity of La Jolla’s rich history and pull in some of the cultural icons.

As a result of its ties to the failed Prohibition policy, LJBC chose to use Sunny Jim’s Cave, a veritable hidden treasure only accessible by kayak or through a hidden underground staircase beneath The Cave Store. Only true La Jolla residents and a modicum of fortunate outsiders are aware of the secret passage, which really makes it an authentic La Jolla gem.

La Jolla Brewing Company ‘s goal is to bring its prominent status to the many elite craft breweries in the greater San Diego area, and boy are they accomplishing it. With a fresh, systematic, and well-thought-out restructure, LJBC seeks to realize and preserve a reputation for excellence in craft beer, food, wine and beverage selection, customer service, atmosphere, and management.

LJBC not only features hand-crafted beer, but also features a 24 tap rotating selection of local San Diego County craft beers to keep La Jolla tastefully regaled. Their in-house beer choice showcases five signature styles, including Pale Ale, IPA, Pub Ale, Dry Stout, and Brown Ale. Feeling thirsty yet? LCBJ also creates specialty and seasonal offerings to retain a choice that is fresh and exhilarating.

At the La Jolla Brewing Company, they make it a point to make people feel like they are in their local neighborhood bar and restaurant where everyone feels wanted and has the opportunity to appreciate an ice cold beer as well as a quality meal at the end of the day. You could say that everybody knows your name- sound familiar?

LJBC is truly a hip place that only locals and a few outsiders know of, much like several of the historic landmarks in beautiful La Jolla.

The La Jolla Brewing Company continuously seeks to create an environment that is relaxed yet stimulating, at ease and conversant, hospitable and accessible, and to this end they have accomplished these lofty goals.

What do we love most about La Jolla Brewing Company? They believe in providing quality craft beer. As a craft beer brewery, they have the knowledge and capability garnered from years of experience, and always serve with a smile. This Holiday season, pop on into LJBC and have a cup (or two, or three, or four) of cheer! As always, drink responsibly and have fun!

For more information on the La Jolla Brewing Company, CLICK HERE.

Celebrate National Hamburger Day the La Jolla Way!

Whisknlade La Jolla Restaurant National Hamburger Day.

National Hamburger Day hits the grills Saturday, May 28th! Don’t scrimp on a fast-food version of a classic when you could get an amazing burger to truly honor the day. Here’s a list of our favorite La Jolla spots to celebrate National Hamburger Day.

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“Paws & Pints” Fundraiser Raises Money for Local Animal Shelters, Honors Peggy Howell

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Photo by: Jennifer Fox Armour

In 1986, FOCAS (Friends of County Animal Shelters) was the only animal rescue organization to work exclusively with San Diego County’s three shelters; over the next 25 years, FOCAS found homes for more than 8,000 shelter dogs and cats, and today there are approximately 160 animal rescue groups in San Diego County that are following in their footsteps – and none of this would have been possible without the incredible efforts of La Jollan Peggy Howell, the La Jolla Veterinary Hospital, and the Rancho Coastal Humane Society.

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La Jolla Brewing Company “Hops” Into San Diego Brewery Scene

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Looking for a new beer tasting tour? Check out La Jolla Brewing Company, one of the up-and-coming San Diego breweries. In December, new owners revamped the La Jolla Brewhouse on Fay Avenue with a modern look, brand-new menu and most importantly, locally crafted beers. Now called the La Jolla Brewing Company, it hopes to be a destination point in San Diego’s ever-growing craft beer community. There are 24 beers on tap and five beers are made in-house and named after La Jolla landmarks we all know and love.

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