It seems as though the biggest brewers are still getting the most out of their beers, with craft brewers still dominating the market.
According to a recent survey conducted by Beer Advocate, beer is becoming a bigger deal in San Diego than it ever has before.
The survey found that nearly 90% of San Diegans over the age of 18 drank a beer in the past month.
However, that’s just a fraction of the craft beer scene in the city.
While there’s a lot of room for growth, there’s also a lot that’s still going to need to be tweaked in order to get more people drinking beer.
Here’s what we know about which craft beer is popular and which brands have been hit hard by the recent wave of legislation that is making craft beer more accessible.
Kona Brewing In the past few years, the Kona brewing operation has gone from a place that was struggling to find enough funding to keep up with demand to a place where its business is growing.
As of this summer, the company has sold more than 7 million cans of its signature Kona Pale Ale, a brew that can be found at almost every craft beer store in San Francisco.
The brewery has also taken a step towards making beer more palatable to a wider audience, adding a $1.99 price increase for craft beer drinkers.
New Belgium Brewing Company In 2017, New Belgium launched its new brewery in Downtown Los Angeles, a $5 million project that will eventually serve as the world’s largest microbrewery.
The project will also allow New Belgium to open the world to its craft beer, which has become a huge part of the brewery’s identity.
In the near future, New Believers will begin to serve a limited number of beers that are not part of its flagship lineup.
They include the first-ever Kolsch, an American-style lager, which was developed specifically for the brewery.
Lagunitas Lagunitos is a brewery in Laguna Beach, California.
It’s a small, family-owned and operated brewery that specializes in IPAs and other small-batch beers.
It is owned by the family of Samuel Adams founder Samuel Adams, who also co-founded the brewery with his brother, John Adams.
Laguna Bay Brewing, which opened in 2012 in the same location, is owned and operated by the same family of founders.
Lagunas brewery is also home to several other small craft brewers like HopCat and Rogue.
Lagoon is the only brewery in the U.S. that brews craft beer in small batches.
MillerCoors MillerCoins are a kind of precious metal coins.
They can be used to buy a variety of goods like beer, wine, and even a house.
Miller is the largest maker of coins in the world, and its new line of $20 bills, which will start hitting stores this year, has made it more popular.
They are made from a special metal called zinc, and they are more durable than gold and silver.
Coors Light One of the best things about being a craft beer fan is the chance to get to see what your favorite breweries are making.
One of Coors’ biggest success stories is its lineup of limited-release beers.
They release a limited run of each beer, and when you buy them you get a limited edition beer that is only available in limited quantities.
The beers range from beers like Coors Porter and Coors Lager to the more popular Coors Blue Moon Pale Ale and the Coors American Classic.
Dogfish Head The company is best known for its award-winning beers like Fat Tire, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Miller Lite.
They have also been known to go after niche markets with their beer.
This past year, Dogfish got its first taste of the Bud Light beer, a light beer made with 100% malt from Arizona.
That’s just one of the beers that were released.
Sierra Nevada Brewing In 2016, Sierra Nevada launched a brewery and distillery in the small town of Sierra Nevada Springs, California, which they called Dogfish.
The facility is expected to eventually produce 10,000 barrels of beer a year, according to the company.
It has also started making beers that look and taste like beer.
One such beer is the popular Blue Moon IPA.
The beer is a golden amber colored ale that is named after the desert region in which it is made.
Sierra Blanca Brewing Company Since 2009, the small craft brewery in Santa Cruz, California has been producing their own beers.
The company began by creating a line of pale ales, but eventually expanded into beers like Sierra Blancas, which are made with different ingredients like malted barley and hops.
Sierra de Cerveceria de Santa Cruz (Sierra Blanca) Sixty-four-year-old Jose de la Torre has been making his way around the world