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Old 02-19-2013, 02:34 AM   #11
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There's a BevMo on Rosecrans near point loma. Spend a lot of time in that area...



 
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:09 AM   #12
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Holiday wine cellar in Escondido. Best selection I have ever seen. On the corner of Escondido Blvd and Mission road.



 
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:10 AM   #13
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F*** BevMo!

 
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:46 AM   #14
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Holiday wine cellar in Escondido. Best selection I have ever seen. On the corner of Escondido Blvd and Mission road.
This! Holiday Wine cellar is amazing. Bottle Craft in San diego is bery good too. Pizza Port is perfect for family, Great food, better beer.

I love stone but i think they are a little overrated. When I have craft beer friends come into town my first suggestion is White Labs Tasting room if they are a homebrewer and Lost Abbey if they aren't. Not saying Stone isn't great but its overhyped for sure.
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:43 PM   #15
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This! Holiday Wine cellar is amazing. Bottle Craft in San diego is bery good too. Pizza Port is perfect for family, Great food, better beer.

I love stone but i think they are a little overrated. When I have craft beer friends come into town my first suggestion is White Labs Tasting room if they are a homebrewer and Lost Abbey if they aren't. Not saying Stone isn't great but its overhyped for sure.
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Holiday wine cellar in Escondido. Best selection I have ever seen. On the corner of Escondido Blvd and Mission road.
thanks, that place looks good for some shopping while I am there

 
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:00 PM   #16
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Pizza Port Carlsbad has a bottle shop next to it but Ive never been in it.
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Pizza Port Carlsbad has a bottle shop next to it but Ive never been in it.
Yeah, I remember that too, I always forget to go in there. The Carlsbad Pizza port is the only one I have been too but go on almost every trip. I am thinking of trying the ocean beach one this year.

 
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:03 AM   #18
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Sublime ale house in San Marcos is a nice place. They have a very good selection of local brews and good grub too. They do not make there own, don't know if that spins you the wrong way. Good place to go if you don't have the funds or means to travel around. Loud enough to bring the kids and they will not disturb. The owner is a real nice guy too, likes to go around and get input from customers.

 
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Sublime ale house in San Marcos is a nice place. They have a very good selection of local brews and good grub too. They do not make there own, don't know if that spins you the wrong way. Good place to go if you don't have the funds or means to travel around. Loud enough to bring the kids and they will not disturb. The owner is a real nice guy too, likes to go around and get input from customers.
Thanks, those are the kind of places I am looking for, family friendly and a great local or even non-local beers selection and if they brew on site or sell their beer (preferably not contract brewed) that is a bonus.

 
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What about a beer shop near the airport/ocean beach/zoo area? Will be headed to the zoo on Saturday and then spending the night near point loma, wouldn't mind picking up some beers to take home and/or for the hotel.

Trader Mort's is listed in the area by beermapping.com is that place any good?



 
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