Guadalupe Valley has been referred to as the “Napa Valley of Mexico,” but critics have overlooked another drinking culture that is making a big rise south of the border - Baja culinary craft beer. On Sunday, April 26, Michelin- starred Chef Drew Deckman of renowned Deckman’s en El Mogor is joining with world-class Baja breweries, Cerveceria Agua Mala and Wendlandt, to bring a Let’s Go Clandestino tour as incredible as the Valle de Guadalupe itself.
Guests can revel in a four course meal prepared by Drew Deckman while enjoying award-winning beer such as the Astillero IPA, which won Agua Mala a silver medal in the most recent World Beer Cup. With a lineup of core beers such as the Mako Pale Ale, Sirena Pilsner or the Mantarraya Stout, yourSanDiegoVille readers are guaranteed to find a favorite. Not to mention guests will get a private sneak peak of the brewery’s ocean-view tasting room complete with a menu also tailored by star chef Drew Deckman.
The event which will take place from 9:30am-8pm will also feature another accolade winning brew line up hosted by Baja’s well-known Eugenio Romero at his brewery Cerveceria Wendlandt. Each ticket costs $100 and includes round trip transportation from Thorn Street Brewery. Readers can join in on Baja’s best craft beer and culinary collaboration by purchasing tickets online.
For more information, visit letsgoclandestino.net/upcoming-events.