San Diego has a well-earned reputation as the capital of craft brewing in the United States, and it isn’t hard to find a local brewery no matter what neighborhood you’re in. However, there are still few areas in America’s Finest City that can hold a candle to Miramar when it comes to great beer. In fact, beer lovers looking for things to do in San Diego regularly flock to the area.
A Miramar Brewery Tour is available as a FunGig, guaranteeing that you will be able to find all of the best breweries in town even if you aren’t completely plugged into the local beer scene. Friendly and knowledgeable local Paul will guide you to many of the best breweries in town, and in some cases the world, while also serving as your designated driver. Not only will he take you to the breweries, he will use his insider knowledge to help you find the best beers for your individual tastes. Sure, there are plenty of IPAs to be had, but there are also amazing stouts, saisons, sours, red ales, Belgians, and more to choose from, and it can be a bit overwhelming in some of the breweries if you don’t know your way around. When it comes to cheap things to do in San Diego, taking a craft brewery tour of Miramar is a must!
A tour with Paul costs $80 per day and he will pick you and up to three friends up before whisking you away to the beer utopia of Beer-amar, as local hop heads like to call it. The tour will begin at Ballast Point to get you starter with an easily recognizable local favorite, before taking you out to all of the other bigger breweries in the area, as well as a few hidden gems that no beer lover will want to miss. Tours take place in the evening after 6:00pm, and give you enough time to enjoy a few tasters or pints at each stop. Be sure to bring some money to taste all of the beers you want as well as some extra cash for souvenirs, t-shirts, and some food. Many of the breweries have incredible food trucks visiting them every night to keep you fueled on your beer tasting extravaganza. San Diegans are fortunate to have so many great local breweries, so be sure to put taking a brewery tour with a local expert as your designated driver at the top of your list of San Diego things to do.