Oh, Hoppy Day! Celebrate National Beer Day in San Diego

 It is said that on April 7, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed a law that allowed people to brew and sell beer in the United States. This is a holiday worth celebrating! Grab your friends and head on over to these San Diego bars to rejoice in beer drinking bliss.    Common Theory Public House is known for great food, quality beer, and an overall good time. Located in the heart of Kearny Mesa, Common Theory is Convoy’s vibrant and rustic hot spot for Korean-Chinese-Mexican-American fusion food, but most importantly 30 rotating craft beers on tap from popular breweries such as Belching Beaver, Karl Strauss, North Brewing Co, Pure Project Brewing, and the Burgeon Beer Company.  Widely known in San Diego for its award-winning brewery, PB AleHouse offers seasonal variations of numerous craft beers brewed in-house, perfectly paired with a full menu that features iconic dishes made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Enjoy a beer inside their rustic, urban restaurant & bar or upstairs on their deck lounge overlooking the Pacific Beach boardwalk.  Take your celebration within the barrels at Barrel Republic. At Barrel Republic, you are your own bartender thanks to their freedom-to-pour system, meaning you pour your own beer in any size pour or glass of your choosing. With locations in Pacific Beach, Oceanside, and Carlsbad, Barrel Republic is covering the coast of beer lovers in San Diego.  True North Tavern is a casual and laid back neighborhood bar offering a unique and chill atmosphere and experience for everyone. Located in the heart of North Park, True North Tavern offers a variety of beers on tap (22 to be exact) for the beer enthusiast and connoisseurs, or those just starting to adjust their palates.  Union Kitchen & Tap in Encinitas and the Gaslamp boast the perfect balance of class and casual comfort. For those rejoicing in this fine holiday, head up the coast to Union in Encinitas to delight in their draft list of 24 beers on tap, or stop by to toast off the night on the town at Union in the Gaslamp. Whichever you prefer, you are sure to have a barley good time.

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