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We've been getting compliments about the new beer, ‪#‎WhoYouCallinWussie‬. While we agree it's a deliciously aggressive pilsner, the credit belongs to Arrogant Bastard and ‪#‎ArrogantBrewing‬. Let our CEO and co-founder Greg Koch explain the distinction.

http://bit.ly/GKexplainsAB
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Where are you taking the latest ‪#‎StoneBrewing‬ releases this weekend?

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Oi! You fellas really ought to make some of these brews year long releases! The Xocoveza, Americano Stout, Saison, Saison Du Buff, Mocha IPA, and now the RuinTen Tangerine and Vanilla Bean would be all that I'd buy, if only they were available yearly...
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Where will you take your #StoneCans this summer? We have a few suggestions.
Summer is just about here — and with it, so is the highly anticipated release of Stone cans! If you’re like most craft-beer-loving adults, you know how much situations can be vastly improved by an adult beverage. While cans are just as easily enjoyed as bottles at home, cans have the potential to be enjoyed in many more places because of their lighter, faster-to-chill and less-fragile properties.
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Freshly picked Stone Enjoy By 07.25.16 Tangerine IPA is shipping out this week!

Use the map on this page to see where to find it near you: http://bit.ly/EB072516
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With so many different Enjoy By releases. Not every distributor opts to receive every single version. Sorry the tangerine has missed you the past few times!
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Join Stone Small Batch Brewer & Pink Boots President Laura Ulrich on Monday, June 20 when Pink Boots Takes Over Three Weavers Brewing Company. We will be pouring Stone #AmericanoStout alongside 20+ other amazing #craftbreweries. Tickets and info available here: http://bit.ly/pinkboots3w
On Monday, June 20, we’re handing over our tasting room license to the Pink Boots Society for a night of killer beers, great food, good cheer, and fundraising for a worthy cause. 100% of the proceeds from this night go directly to the Pink Boots Society Scholarship Fund. - $30 gets you 6 pours and a Three Weavers glass for keeps. Additional pours available at $4 each in advance or at the event. **TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRANCE. BUY YOUR TICKE...
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Our CEO and co-founder Greg Koch recently sat down with MarketWatch to discuss the #craftbeer landscape and our company’s growth & evolution over time, while also shedding some light on the distinction between #StoneBrewing and Arrogant Bastard’s #ArrogantBrewing. 
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4pm THURSDAY is Brewer's Cask Night! Join Cecil Menasco, pouring his special creation of #StoneRuination 2.0 IPA with Habanero, Cinnamon, Toasted Pumpkin seeds and Tamarind.
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Stone #MochaIPA: a style-defying double IPA with cacao and coffee.

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Available now! http://bit.ly/MochaIPA


Clearly, style lines have been crossed. Is it half-IPA, half-stout? Not quite. It’s definitely all IPA, but it’s also the best of both styles, making this love child of a beer simply just a beautiful, pleasure-seeking meld of imperial IPA and mocha indulgence. How did we come up with this inexplicably delicious creation? Well, that doesn’t really matter. What matters is that it exists and that it’s here for you now, thanks to our deliberate disre...
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Really good and ruin ten and ruin ten with orange peel and vanilla is out..
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Our annual stage dive into a mosh pit of hops, Stone #RuinTen #TripleIPA, is back again! : http://bit.ly/RuinTenTripleIPA
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No current plans to brew this particular beer in Berlin, but plenty of specialty Berlin-brewed beers are on the horizon!
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A tantalizing blend of cacao, coffee and hops: our newest imperial seasonal, Stone #MochaIPA, is on shelves now!

FInd it near you: http://bit.ly/MochaIPA
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A very happy and hoppy #FathersDay to all the #craftbeer-loving dads out there!
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We #GiveAWit about this unique, refreshing beer with tangerine and kaffir lime leaf. Stone #CitrusyWit is in stores now!

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1999 Citracado Parkway Escondido, CA 92029
1999 Citracado ParkwayUSCaliforniaEscondido92029
(760) 294-7899stonebrewing.com
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Founded in 1996 by Steve Wagner and Greg Koch, Stone Brewing Co. is the 9th largest craft brewery in the US and has been named "All-Time Top Brewery on Planet Earth" by BeerAdvocate magazine - TWICE!
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Famed brewery's bistro has an American menu, California-modern space with indoor firepit & a garden.- Google
"Excellent food and beer and a great (if a bit loud) atmosphere."
"Poor service, food is overpriced, great location though."
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Angel McCorkle
2 months ago
Good atmosphere, good food, good beer. The parking is ample, and it was a little chilly inside, but this seems like a great place for group dinners or casual outings.
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Jeff Downing
a week ago
Took the tour and tasting. Very clean location and a must visit for any beer nut. The tour was a bit short and lacked some of the fun stories that I have heard from other tours, but it was informative and the hosts were gracious and provided lots of good advice. We did not have an opportunity to visit the restaurant, but it looked fabulous and a great place to share a meal.
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Daniel Kanooni
3 weeks ago
Holy crap. What can I say about this effing awesome place. Stone is my go-to beer of choice and when I found out about this location and the entire beer garden I fell more in love with the brand. Fantastic beer selection. Fantastic beer that's always rotating. Fantastic food selection. Interesting location and very quiet. Located near a business park so nothing commercial in a few mile radius which is good. If you love beer and food you have to come here. You will get super surprised when you see the lovely beer garden, mini pond/waterfall, mini lakes, outdoor seating, etc. etc. Definitely take a trip out here and visit!
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Jesse Vanderhoff
5 months ago
Great brewery due to a combination of attention to detail, great restaurant, large and relaxing indoor and outdoor dining areas and of course, great beer. Parking at the brewery is acceptable, even considering the amount of people that make visits. The large foyer area puts a good foot forward as to what the rest of the brewery has to offer. The outdoor seating area included a number of tables of varying sizes, an outdoor bar and servers who will bring drinks and food to your table so if you would like to sit outside just take a seat at one of the tables and it typically does not take long for a server to be with you. The drink menu is unique for a brewery in that beers from other companies are served as well as a number of wines. Specialty large volume bottled of beer are also served.
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Michael G
3 weeks ago
Not disappointed! We took the tour (our guide was funny and the tour informative-and of course-the samples afterwards were great). Had lunch in the restaurant as well. Food and beer were great as was the service! Highly recommended if you are a fan of craft beer and live in or visit SD.
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Shara Marquis
3 weeks ago
We love brewery tours and this was a must when we were in California. The building looks like a modern business building, not a restaurant/brewery, so don't let that throw you. I'm not a fan of the more hoppy beers, but I was able to find a few that I liked. The tour guide was awesome, friendly and informative. You get to keep a small souvenir tasting glass at the end of the tour. After the tour we stayed for lunch and it was amazing! We actually returned a few days later, before we left California, to get lunch again. My boyfriend got a chicken meal (like chicken picatta) and it was awesome - one of the best meals we've ever tasted. I tried the beef brisket and again it was just wonderful. I definitely recommend the brewery tour followed by a meal at the restaurant. The tour itself was cheap ($3 I believe), but the food is a little pricey at the restaurant. However, in my opinion, it was well worth the money. Visited July 2014
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Daniel Simpkins
2 weeks ago
Stone is defenitely an awesome place. They have a big variety of their beer as well as a good selection of guest taps. The food is eclectic and different, although very good. Granted everything is amazing it can get pricey.
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John Bacon
a week ago
Solid brewery experience. The tour is short, but worthwhile. Book online. The restaurant is probably one of the best I've visited at a brewery and the outdoor gardens are equally impressive.