San Diego Business Journal

As Competition Brews, Brewers Must Raise Their Game

Economic Trends: Craft Beer By Lou Hirsh Originally published December 30, 2016 at 7:39 a.m., updated December 30, 2016 at 7:39 a.m.
   

An estimated 2,700 people came to downtown San Diego for Guild Fest, the opening-day event for the 2016 San Diego Beer Week. The 10-day Beer Week, held in November, drew visitors from around the U.S. and from other countries. San Diego County remains among the nation’s largest craft beer clusters, with 131 licensed breweries and brewpubs now operating. Photo courtesy of San Diego Brewers Guild, Jim Sloan

An estimated 2,700 people came to downtown San Diego for Guild Fest, the opening-day event for the 2016 San Diego Beer Week. The 10-day Beer Week, held in November, drew visitors from around the U.S. and from other countries. San Diego County remains among the nation’s largest craft beer clusters, with 131 licensed breweries and brewpubs now operating. Photo courtesy of San Diego Brewers Guild, Jim Sloan

San Diego County’s craft beer brewers continued to grow their local and global footprints in 2016, even as the U...

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