3 Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day with Coronado Brewing

This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday, which also happens to be the day after the 2022 Super Bowl. Not sure what to do for Valentine’s Day? Coronado Brewing has you covered. There are many different ways to celebrate love, especially since all three of our locations offer varying experiences. Follow along for three different ways you can celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2022.

1. With your Family and Fluffy-Friends at the

Bay Park Tasting Room

Coronado’s Tasting Room is an ideal spot for the entire family to share a meal together. Our outdoor patio-area is dog-friendly, so even your fluffiest family member can join in on the Valentine’s fun. The Knox menu includes a variety of delicious appetizers, specialty pizzas, organic hard cider and more. We suggest taking home a four-pack or two of our organic hard cider, coming in the flavors: Nice & Dry or Superfruit with Acai Berry. As of right now, our Bay Park Tasting Room is the only CBC location selling our canned cider to-go, so take advantage and stock up while you’re there. Our patio area has outdoor heaters, so you can sit outside anytime during the day. Order a few specialty pizzas for the entire family to split, and say cheers to your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.

Address: 1205 Knoxville Street, San Diego, CA 92110 

Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00 am-9:00 pm 

Mug Club Monday: 2:00 pm- 9:00 pm

Friday Fills: All Friday long!

2. With your Gals/Pals for a Picnic in

Imperial Beach

Coronado’s Imperial Beach location is a stone’s throw away from the beach. Bring your pals to our IB location and order food to go for an ultimate Galentine’s/friendly beach picnic. We suggest packing a blanket or beach chairs, but leave the food and brew to CBC. Pre-order your food online and select brews to-go in the IB fridge. We suggest you purchase a mixed-pack of our hard seltzers, which includes three unique flavors such as Strawberry Lemonade, Ginger Lime and Tangerine with Peach. Hosting a CBC-themed picnic for all your closest friends is the way to spend quality time together in honor of Valentine’s Day.

Address: 875 Seacoast Dr, Imperial Beach, CA 91932

Hours: Mon-Sun: 11:00 am-9:00 pm

Mug Club Monday: 2:00 pm- 9:00 pm

Friday Fills: All Friday long!

3. With your Significant Other at the

Coronado Island Pub

Last but certainly not least, if you’re looking for a fancy spot to take your significant other out to dinner our Coronado Pub location is the perfect place for a romantic date night. The pub menu is the most sophisticated, offering a variety of dishes from seafood pesto pasta, to wood-fired BBQ ribs, Atlantic salmon, and so much more. The pub also offers a mouth-watering dessert menu, containing four different dishes to choose from once you’ve finished on your main course. Take advantage of your time on the island and wrap up the night with a sunset walk on the public beach.

Address: 170 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118

Hours: Mon-Fri: 10:00 am-9:00 pm

Mug Club Monday: 2:00-10:00 pm

Friday Fills: All Friday long!

*Keep in mind, all CBC locations do not accept reservations. Call ahead to check on wait times, or order ahead using this link.

What about Valentine’s Day gifts? CBC has a few ideas

& many more options to choose from here.

Coronado Brewing Company Introduces Kassy Fierro, Recipient of the Professional Certificate in Craft Beer Diversity Award!

Last year, CBC worked with SDSU’s Global Campus to create an award for the Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer program. The award not only includes full tuition towards certificate completion but a paid internship position at Coronado Brewing as well. After months of receiving applications, Global Campus selected the award recipient, Kassandra Fierro! 

Meet Kassandra Fierro, the taproom manager and cellar person for Atrevida Beer Company in Colorado Springs, a very successful small business started by her parents Jess and Rich Fierro in 2018. 

CBC had the opportunity to reach out and get to know more about Kassy before the program officially starts up in February. Keep reading below to learn a few fun facts about Kassy, and discover some of the reasons why she applied for the scholarship award in the first place.

Who Are You?!: 

Kassandra Fierro – but I go by Kassy, and a nickname I go by is Lil’ Squeege. My birthday is August 14th, go leo gang!

Hometown: 

San Diego, but I grew up in Colorado Springs.

Dream Vacation Spot: 

Anywhere there’s a beach and piña coladas!

Favorite Craft Beer & what it’s Brewed with:

My favorite beer happens to be one of my own recipes called Panecito! It’s a Pan Dulce Inspired Hefeweizen.

Hidden Talents: 

I’m a Disney FANATIC! Catch me on a karaoke night singing every song from The Little Mermaid!

Do you have any Pets?:

I have an adorable Pitty/German Shepard Mix! His name is Quavo.

Favorite Recreational Activities:

Chilling out with my dog. Or doing anything with my dog! I also really enjoy cooking, but honestly, I’m not the best!

What’s your favorite thing about, or to do in San Diego?:

My favorite thing to do in San Diego is going to the beaches of course! My favorite thing about San Diego is all the memories I made there as a child.

If you were stranded on an island and could only bring three items with you, what would they be?

1. A Hammock

2. A Radio

3. And a Mosquito Net

What inspired you to follow your mother’s footsteps?

Seeing how there is no cap on creativity really drew me in. I love how ever-evolving and fast-paced this industry is. Sitting down and being able to create something out of nothing is a feeling I will never get tired of. It’s always going to challenge your creative boundaries and force you to think outside of the box!

What is one of your favorite memories from over the years of watching your Mom brew/operate her company?

A memory that really stands out to me is how we, at Atrevida, have created such a beautiful, inclusive, and loving community. Our customers/regulars are indescribably supportive. I’m very proud of the things we have been able to do for and with our community. Our community is something I will forever cherish.

What are some of your favorite responsibilities as a manager/ celler-person at Atrevida Beer Co? 

My favorite part about being a manager at Atrevida is definitely being able to work hand in hand with the owner to solve issues and/or hiccups we might run into. Solving things is my forte. I love puzzles and brewery puzzles are my favorite!

What are you looking forward to the most while working towards your Professional Certificate in Craft Beer? 

I am most looking forward to absorbing as much knowledge as I possibly can! This opportunity is absolutely incredible and I won’t let one little piece of information escape me! I’m also really looking forward to meeting new people in the industry and creating awesome relationships! I’m going to seize every opportunity that comes of this!

Background on Atrevida Beer Co.

Kassy’s mother, Jess, is Colorado’s very first female Head Brewer! She’s also well known for creating Colorado’s first Latina-owned brewing company. Atrevida Beer Co is a female-forward brewery, aiming to produce unique flavors that challenge consumers’ perspectives of craft beers. They promote their beliefs with the slogan, “Diversity, It’s on Tap!” If you’d like to learn more about Atrevida, click the link below to check out their website. 

Kassy, Coronado Brewing is so stoked to be supporting you in your journey towards completing the Professional Certificate of Craft Brewing. Thanks for sharing your passions and interests in the craft brewing industry, you’re going to do great! Stay tuned for future updates about Kassy’s completion of the program and her internship at CBC.

Learn more about the SDSU Global Campus Professional Certificate of Craft Brewing Scholarship at the link above!

Fall Recipes: Bison Beer Chili w/ Salty Crew Blonde Ale

It’s starting to get a bit… chilly down in San Diego, which means it’s time to break out the crockpot and try some new fall recipes. Coronado Brewing’s Bison Beer Chili is the perfect recipe to make at home, especially on those days when you don’t want to spend all afternoon in the kitchen. Bursting with the delicious flavors of Bison meat and a slight hint of Salty Crew Blonde Ale, Coronado’s Bison Beer Chili will certainly become a family favorite. 

Ingredients: 

  • Olive oil
  • One pound Ground Bison or preferred meat *
  • Minced Garlic 
  • One packet Chili Powder
  • Yellow Onions*
  • One 6oz can Tomato Paste
  • Two 16 oz cans Diced Tomatoes
  • Three 16oz cans Red Kidney Beans/Desired beans* 
  • One 16oz can Refried Beans
  • Cholula Hot Sauce* or prefferred sauce
  • One can of Salty Crew Blonde Ale

Topping Ingredients (optional)

  • Green Onions
  • Shredded Cheese
  • Bacon Crumbles 
  • Sour Cream
  • Crackers/Corn Bread

Side Note: Any of the ingredients with a * symbol may be substituted

  1. Drizzle a desired amount of olive oil on a pan with low heat. Add the ground bison, or preferred meat. Turn up heat slightly, and stir consistently. Cook until brown, then add a full packet of chili powder. Stir on low heat until fully mixed. Set to the side.
  2. Chop up an entire onion into desired size.
  3. In another pan, add a drizzle of olive oil on low heat. Add the chopped onions and stir.
  4. Next, take one 6oz can of tomato paste and add on top of onions. Stir until mixed.
  5. Take the heat up slightly, and add preferred amount of minced garlic. Mix all three ingredients together until fully mixed. Watch the temperature so it doesn’t burn.
  6. Add one can of diced tomatoes and a desired amount of hot sauce. Stir until mixed in with other ingredients. Let the mixture cook for a few minutes on low heat.
  7. Set Bison meat on low heat. Using the tomato mixture, slowly add it into the bison pan. Once added, stir until fully mixed.
  8. Rinse three cans of preferred beans and add them to the crockpot.
  9. Open the can of refried beans and mix them into the crockpot. Refried beans will need a good mix.
  10. Take your pan and pour the bison/tomato mixture into the crockpot. Stir until combined with the beans.
  11. Pour one full can of Salty Crew Blonde Ale into the crockpot and stir. Add more if desired.
  12. Put crockpot on slow cook setting, or chili setting depending on time. Slow cook usually produces more flavorful results.
  13. Sit back, relax and wait for the timer to go off. Once done, be sure to add toppings like green onions and cheese.

Stay tuned for an instructional video to go along with Coronado Brewing’s Bison Beer Chili recipe! #staycoastal

To find Salty Crew Blonde in a store near you Check out our Beer Finder Below!

PhotoBlog: High “Hops” after 2022 Hop Selection

Last week, three Coronado brewers, Mark, Bart, and Bryce, traveled up north to Yakima, Washington to observe and select various hops for the 2022 brew year. Bart Gumpert, CBC’s Innovation Brewer, took photos of the trip to share with those who may be curious about hop selection and what the process entails.

First stop- HAAS Pellet & Warehouse Complex

Next stop- Hollingsworth & Sons Facility

Next stop- CLS Farm Tour

Final stop- Exploring the Yakima Chief Hops (YCH) Farm

Cheers to another successful hop selection trip in the books. With hop selection complete, Coronado Brewing looks forward to another innovative year filled with hoppy new beers brewed with the best hops in the Pacific Northwest. Next time you’re in the Tasting Room, ask your server about the specific hops that go into the beer in your hand!

Coronado Brewing Company Partners with SDSU’s Global Campus for the Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer Diversity Award

In the fall of 2013, San Diego State University kick-started their Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer program where students could have the opportunity to explore professions in the craft beer industry. The program provides hands-on training for those who are interested in the business side of the brewing industry. The goal of the program is to create passionate and knowledgeable management and staff in the hospitality industry to give customers a first-class experience.

This year, Coronado Brewing has decided to join SDSU in its hopes to promote diversity and inclusion in the brewing community. A few core values at Coronado Brewing stem from professional growth, diversity, equity, and inclusion. In order to carry out these values, CBC has partnered with SDSU’s Global Campus to create an award for the Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer program. The award not only includes full tuition towards certificate completion but a paid internship position at Coronado Brewing as well. The brewing company is hopeful that the scholarship and internship opportunity will help foster a skilled and diverse generation of brewing professionals.

Application Information

SDSU’s Global Campus is now accepting applications for the Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer program award. While sending in your application, you’ll be asked to answer the following questions in 500-1000 words.

  1. Please share how you have demonstrated leadership in your community, industry, and/or school and strive to promote a diverse, inclusive, and equitable society.
  2. If you receive this award, how will your participation in the Professional Certificate in the Business of Craft Beer program provide you the opportunity to impact the brewing industry and be a champion for a more diverse and inclusive workforce?

Applications should be completed and submitted no later than November 30th. Applicants must be at least 21 years old. SDSU Global Campus will be interviewing the top three finalists at a later date. The award recipient will be selected and notified by December of this year. Once selected, the applicant can start the program in January of 2022.

What Even Is A Shandy?

At the beginning of 2021, our brewers at Coronado Brewing decided to spice things up for the new year. After finding the perfect combination of ripe citrus and wheat ale, they were able to brew an incredibly refreshing shandy with a West Coast twist. Orange Avenue Shandy is a refreshing wheat ale brewed with juicy citrus to keep your tastebuds happy. Since the release of this hybrid style ale, we’re often met with the question

What is a Shandy???

History of the Shandy

The term “shandygaff” was first introduced in 19th century New England. Shortened to ‘shandy,” the term was used to describe a blend of beer with any kind of non-alcoholic drink. The English typically crafted their shandy’s using ginger beer; however, any citrus-flavored beverage usually did the trick. Charles Dickens once wrote about shandies, exclaiming they were “the perfect alliance between beer and pop.” As shandies became more popular in English culture, the ale spread rapidly throughout Europe.

Though shandies were originally created as beer mixed with ginger-ale or ginger-beer, other European cultures used various citrus beverages to make them their own. For example, Germany’s shandy is typically made with lemon and is known as a “Radler.” Radlers adapted from the name Radlermass, or “cyclist litre.” Radlers were first made by Franz Kugler when he accidentally ran out of beer and had to mix it with lemon soda to keep the sales going. As lemon was introduced to the world of shandies, other flavors like grapefruit and orange came into play.

Narragansett Beer, Karbach Brewing Company, and Leinenkugel’s are three popular companies that craft shandies and radlers.

Orange Avenue Shandy

Why did we decide to make our own Shandy? For the last 25 years, CBC fans may have seen us crafting beers using citrus flavors before, ie. one of CBC’s most popular beers of all time, Orange Ave Wit. While they share a similar name, customers can think of Orange Ave Shandy as the “younger cousin” of Orange Ave Wit. Sure, OAW may have taught OA Shandy a thing or two, but Shandy brings a totally new set of flavors to the game, bursting with orange juiciness. “Orange Avenue Shandy isn’t like your traditional shandy, it’s brewed with orange and honey to give it a lighter, crisp taste,” says Bart Gumpert, CBC innovation brewer. He continued on by saying “Orange Avenue Shandy was brewed for our customers to enjoy a new style of beer, especially something that’s refreshing and easy to sip on.” Most shandies are best on hot days during the summer season; however; our shandy is crafted for year-round enjoyment. Don’t let another hot summer day ruin your vibe, stay refreshed and try an Orange Avenue Shandy today.

Coronado Brewing’s List of Date Night Ideas

After mask mandates were lifted in June, life seems to be slowly going back to “normal.” With that being said, now’s the perfect time to plan a date night with your significant other! Unsure of what to do besides watch Netflix and order takeout? Coronado Brewing Company has a growing list of the perfect activities to do in San Diego on a date night. Here are four different ways you can celebrate a night out with your second half. 

Kate O. Sessions Park Picnic 

Kate O Sessions, an iconic spot for a picnic with a view. This location is perfect for a picnic date with your closest friends or your lover. Kate O. Sessions not only offers beautiful views, but plenty of space for visitors to stay six feet apart from one another. We suggest packing up a sweet picnic filled with your favorite foods, paired with our Coronado Brewing Company Seltzers. You’ll also want to pack a blanket or chairs so you can sit comfortably at the park. Though it can get busy, the best time to go is around sunset. 

Price: $

Address: 5115 Soledad Rd, San Diego, CA 92109

Fireworks at SeaWorld/Bonfire on Fiesta Island 

Did you know that SeaWorld of San Diego sets off fireworks nearly every night? Enjoy a spectacular fireworks show for free, put on by San Diego SeaWorld at Mission Bay. The fireworks show is on a schedule, so we’ve included a link below for you to check out. We suggest watching the fireworks on Fiesta Island; however, any spot around Mission Bay near SeaWorld works as well. Pack up some chairs, blankets, snacks and your favorite CBC beverage and enjoy the show! Most Mission Bay locations provide fire pits for bonfire access.  You can bring fire supplies and snacks to enjoy a bonfire during the fireworks show! 

Link to Schedule: https://seaworld.com/san-diego/events/firework-shows/

Price: $ (show is free)

Address: 500 Sea World Dr., San Diego, CA 92109

Delicious Dinner Date at CBC

Tacos, Burgers, Ahi Poke, Soft Pretzels, Nachos… these are only a few out of many delicious options at CBC. Eating out at Coronado Brewing Company is the best way to celebrate date night. All three of our locations are open and we’re eager to host thirsty guests. Coronado Brewing Company is a prime spot for delicious food, refreshing drinks, good vibes and more. Pick a date, make a reservation and we will give you a romantic night that you won’t forget. There are three different locations to choose from, check out the addresses below. 

Price: $$

Imperial Beach Restaurant: 875 Seacoast Drive, Imperial Beach, CA 91932

Coronado Pub: 170 Orange Avenue, Coronado, CA 92118

SD Tasting Room & Kitchen: 1205 Knoxville Street, San Diego, CA 92110

Padres Game/Beerfest  

Whether or not you’re a baseball fan, you can always have a great time when you attend a game at Petco Park! You can purchase some of our best-selling beverages like Weekend Vibes and Salty Crew when you watch a San Diego Padres game. Check online at https://www.mlb.com/padres/schedule to find the best game for your next date night. For extra fun, purchase tickets on the same day as “Beerfest,” an event where you can enjoy $5 drinks, live music and more. CBC has a booth of our own at Beerfest, and we’d love to see you there. Beerfest entry is included with your Padres game ticket. The event starts at 5pm and ends when the last drink is poured! See the Beerfest dates below.

  • Friday, July 30 vs Colorado Rockies –Tickets
  • Friday, August 6 vs Arizona D-backs – Tickets
  • Friday, September 3 vs Houston Astros – Tickets

Price: $$$

Address: 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101

Please drink responsibly. Plan an alternate ride home if consuming alcohol. 

Father’s Day Recipe: Salted Soft Pretzels & Weekend Vibes IPA Cheese Dip

Spending Father’s Day at home this year? If so, Coronado Brewing Company has a great recipe for you to make at home with Dad. Boost your weekend vibes by making our special IPA cheese dip. We recommend using Weekend Vibes IPA; however, our Never Better Double IPA is another great option as well. Follow the instructions below to enjoy fluffy, salted pretzels and the flavorful Weekend Vibes cheese dip. CBC wishes you an amazing Father’s Day weekend!

Ingredients: Salted Soft Pretzels

  • 1 ½ cups of Warm Water 
  • 1 Packet or 2 ¼ Teaspoons of Active Dry Yeast
  • 1 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Sugar
  • 4 Cups Flour 
  • 3 Eggs Beaten 
  • 8 Cups of Room Temperature Water
  • ½ Cup Heaping Baking Soda 
  • Coarse Sea Salt
  • Optional: You can also save time by purchasing pre-made soft pretzels from your local grocery store.

Ingredients: Weekend Vibes IPA Cheese Dip

  • 2 Tablespoons Butter
  • 3 Tablespoons Flour
  • ½ Cup Milk
  • ¾ Cup of Weekend Vibes IPA or Never Better Double IPA 
  • 1 Teaspoon Deli Mustard
  • 2 Teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce 
  • 12 Ounces of Sharp Cheddar Cheese Shredded
  • Optional: Dash of Hot Sauce 

Instructions

Soft Pretzels 

  • Preheat your oven to 425 degrees, then boil 8 cups of water with ½ cup of baking soda. Let the water boil as you continue the next steps.
  • Beat 3 eggs, put into a large bowl, set to the side. 
  • In a separate bowl, dissolve the yeast into warm water, then stir for one minute. Add 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of sugar, mix all together. 
  • To the yeast bowl, add four cups of flour, one cup at a time while mixing. Continue mixing until the dough is no longer sticky. 
  • Place dough on a floured surface, and knead it for 2-3 minutes. Shape the dough into a ball, then cut out 18 equal pieces.
  • Roll each piece of dough into a rope, and curl the rope into whatever desired shape. 
  • Dunk each folded pretzel into the baking soda water twice for 30 seconds each time. 
  • After the baking soda bath, dunk each pretzel into the beaten egg bowl, then place on a parchment lined/greased baking sheet.
  • Sprinkle coarse sea salt on each pretzel, bake for 10-12 minutes.

Weekend Vibes IPA Cheese Dip 

  • In a saucepan on medium heat, melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Once butter is melted, add the three tablespoons of flour and stir until fully combined. 
  • Slowly whisk in ¾ cup of Weekend Vibes IPA or Never Better Double IPA, as well as ½ a cup of milk. 
  • Bring the mixture to a simmer, then add 1 teaspoon deli mustard, 2 teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce, and your desired amount of hot sauce. 
  • Allow mixture to simmer for about 3-5 minutes. The mixture will look bubbly, so keep stirring.
  • Once mixture appears thicker, add the 12 ounces of cheese one handful at a time. Allow the cheese to melt before adding the next handful.
  • Mix until all ingredients are fully combined. Pour immediately into serving bowl of choice. Best served hot, stir every few minutes.
  • Enjoy your delicious, homemade pretzels and beer cheese dip! 

Hot On the Heels of Win at Nations Most Prestigious Beer Competition, Coronado Brewing Company and Salty Crew Partner For Long Term Deal

SAN DIEGO – October 22, 2020Coronado Brewing Company has announced the signing of a multi-year deal with lifestyle brand Salty Crew. The partnership unites two iconic San Diego brands, whose roots both aim to connect with the water; Coronado Brewing’s “Stay Coastal” ethos aligns with Salty Crew’s mission to bring people who love the water back to their core: the ocean. The two companies began with a small collaboration brew back in May of 2019 for the premiere of Salty Crew’s movie, “Sink or Swim.” It was then, the two companies realized the potential for something much larger and thus, Salty Crew Blonde Ale was born. The beer, now in 12 oz can 6-packs, has since gained national attention after winning a silver medal at the Great American Beer Festival in the Golden or Blonde Ale category.

Salty Crew Blonde Ale is an easy-drinking boat beer perfect for days spent on the water. It is brewed with a blend of two-row, wheat and pilsner malt balanced by German Hallertau and Czech Saaz hops for a touch of pleasant bitterness. Perfectly balanced and light-bodied, this dry and refreshing beer is a sessionable 4.5% ABV for maximum enjoyment.

Since its soft launch in 2019, Salty Crew Blond has quickly become one of Coronado’s top-performing brands. “When we first partnered with Salty Crew last year, we thought it would be cool to do something fun together as we were both big fans of each other’s brands. We quickly realized that we had a hit on our hands. We developed a true friendship from working together and I think that will create a dynamic partnership for years to come,” says Clinton Smith, CCO at Coronado Brewing Company. “Salty Crew Blonde had a massive launch in early 2020 before the pandemic, and despite the challenges, the beer has resonated at retail and with our fans. We are very happy with this addition to our portfolio of beers.”

“We are stoked to be partnering up for the long-haul with our friends at Coronado,” says Jared Lane, Co-Founder, Salty Crew. “It was important for us to work with a brewery that understands our vision and aligns with our brand. Coronado gets that we’re more than just fishing or surfing—we’re about getting back to enjoying the water, in all its forms.”

The partnership also welcomes local commercial fisherman, surfer, and all-around waterman, Lucas Dirkse, to the team as Coronado’s first brand ambassador. “When you sit down at a restaurant in San Diego, chances are you’ll find something on the menu that Coronado brewed locally and that a fisherman like myself caught locally,” says Dirkse. “We’re both San Diego natives providing our city with the fresh, sustainable products that make SD beer and seafood some of the best in the world.”

Salty Crew Blonde will be available at Coronado’s three locations as well as select markets in their distribution network.

Salty Crew Assets

Launch Assets

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Salty Crew Blonde Specs

Label Copy:      What is a boat beer? It’s a canned beer that’s crisp, versatile and refreshing. It’s the

perfect blank slate. Throw a lime in it, make it bloody or spice the rim for a classic twist. It’s a beer that goes where no glass can. Whether you’re on or off the boat, this beer will take you back to days spent finding refuge in the sea.

ABV:                4.5%

Package:          Draft, 12oz can six-packs

Availability:       Beer Finder

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About Coronado Brewing Company

In 1996, when craft beer was still a foreign term and San Diego County was home to only a handful of breweries, the Chapman brothers Ron and Rick opened a brewpub in their hometown of Coronado. Today CBC stays true to its San Diego roots, brewing abundantly hoppy West Coast-style ales, which are available today in 14 US states and 12 countries. In addition to the long-established pub in Coronado, the company opened a tasting room inside its San Diego production facility in 2013, and a tasting room and restaurant in Imperial Beach, California in 2014. Coronado Brewing Company was honored in 2014 with one of the brewing industry’s most prestigious awards—World Beer Cup Champion Brewery and Brewmaster for a Mid-Size Brewing Company.

About Salty Crew

For the hard workers. The searchers. The risk taking, mistake making, watermen with nothing to prove. For the seafaring, the wax sharing, the grommets, young and old. For the tried and true, who’ve paid their dues. For those who Find Refuge in the Sea.

Links:

Website: https://coronadobrewing.com / https://www.salty-crew.com

Facebook: Coronado / Salty Crew

Instagram: @coronadobrewing / @salty_crew

Twitter: @CoronadoBrewing / @saltycrewco

#mermaidsighting  

#staycoastal

#thrillseekers

#risktakers

As members of the Craft Brewing Industry, it is our duty to create a culture that nurtures new ideas, inclusiveness, and diversity. As a small and independent business, we have a responsibility to our community. We must acknowledge that the faces in our industry do not always reflect the diversity of the communities that we serve, and WE WILL DO BETTER.

We understand that in order to create change, we must be a part of the solution. We cannot be bystanders in the fight for social justice. To the black community – we see you, we hear you and we are listening. Coronado Brewing Company is committed to supporting the black community and taking positive steps to building an ethnic mosaic that is all-inclusive. Our first action will be to donate 100% of the proceeds from our upcoming beer release “Untitled” to the nonprofit organizations, Know Your Rights Camp @yourrightscamp (https://www.knowyourrightscamp.com/) and The Sentencing Project @endlifeimprisonment (https://www.sentencingproject.org/).

Our second action will be to address diversity and inclusiveness within our company and leadership teams. This work will be led by Eddie Buchannon, our Vice President of Business Development, and will explore ways we can further diversify our company and continue to build stronger relationships with communities of color.

We are committed to being a diverse and inclusive company. We are committed to finding more ways to help humanity, better ways to serve our communities, and be a more pronounced voice in the conversation about the social injustice communities of color face. Together we can make a difference.

The beer “Untitled” is an 8.1% Double Dry Hopped DIPA using Mosaic, Vic Secret, and Citra hops and will be available Wednesday, June 24 at all three Coronado locations ONLY.