San Diego is world renowned for producing amazingly high quality beer that has encouraged new comers to be creative and push beer style limits to new heights.

San Diego’s legacy breweries like Karl Strauss Brewing Company, Stone Brewing Co., Ballast Point, Green Flash Brewing Company and AleSmith Brewing Company have a stellar reputation for brewing consistently great craft beers over nearly a century, collectively.

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Did you know that along the I-15 between Rancho Cucamonga and Mission Valley lies one of the largest, if not the largest concentration of craft breweries in the world?  So why not have a major brew festival in the heart of this craft brew community?

The I-15 Brew Festival is not just your average brew festival. It is so much more. The event features over 60 breweries, is held at night and will feature everything from concert and laser lighting effects to specialty performers such as fire breathers, stilt walkers, DJ's and more.

The I-15 Brew Festival will take place on Saturday August 1st, at Galway Downs in Temecula, CA. For those of you not familiar with this location, it is a 240 acre equestrian facility and polo field much like the venue at Coachella and it is the perfect location for this event.

Get a $5 discount on tickets with the coupon code "The Beer Goddess", at check out!

This is an artist rendering of the I-15 Brew Festival. Set in a semi-circle you will not miss the action anywhere you are within the event.

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VENUE: Galway Downs Equestrian Center & Polo Fields

ADDRESS: 38801 Los Corralitos Rd., Temecula, CA 92592

DATE: Saturday, August 1st, 2015

HOURS: 6pm-10pm

Get tickets here.

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Thursday, 21 August 2014 00:00

B.I.Y. Brew-It-Yourself

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEDIA ALERT

Who:

B.I.Y. Brew-It-Yourself, San Diego’s only Brew On Premises (BOP) operation.

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We arrived at the 2009 San Diego International Beer Festival on Saturday, June 27th at the San Diego County Fair inside the Chevrolet Del Mar Arena.

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