The Coronado Brewing Company (CBC) has just released its newest India pale ale, a recipe resulting from collaboration between CBC’s brewers and two Navy frogmen.
The beer is called Frog’s Breath IPA. The name derives from the homebrewers’ background as proud members of the US Navy SEAL Team. It is now available in 22oz bottles and on draft at the Coronado Brewing Company.
Welcome to our new website. We have spent months redesigning our website to fall in line with our new logo, new packaging and new production facility. You can’t tell the players without a program, and please consider this, our new website, the appropriate program from which to learn about our company and plan your next CBC adventure.
On this site you’ll find a mouth-watering tour of our restaurant and kitchen. Our menu is quite popular in Coronado and San Diego and our customers’ input drives the direction we travel when it comes to fine cuisine.
As our customers know, we’ve long been strong advocates and supporters of our military. When the call came in seeking support for the 50th anniversary of Naval Special Warfare SEAL Team One, all of us at the Coronado Brewing Company knew we had to do whatever we could to supply the event with the very best craft beer available.
CBC has supported a number of other military events over the years, including SUPERSEAL, SEAL Sprint and SUPERFROG, and we have worked closely with veteran SEAL, old friend and long-time Coronadan Moki Martin on charitable events. So this year, when we got a call from Moki, we knew it was our job to make sure no one went home thirsty.
The Coronado Brewing Company (CBC) has had tremendous success over the past 16 years, but even our most loyal customers may not know the whole history of this piece of property.
Beginning in 1886 car-carrying ferryboats arrived at this section of town – First Street and Orange Avenue – to offload workers, supplies, and eventually guests destined for the elegant Hotel del Coronado, located on the other side of town.
While people waited for the ferry, or for their ride across Coronado, they would shop and stroll. It didn’t take long for early entrepreneurs to realize opportunity existed at this end of town too.