Eppig Brewing To Open Point Loma Tasting Room

July 15, 2017

J&L Eppig Brewing, which opened within North Park's Brewery Igniter craft beer incubator only 9 months ago and has already received 8 awards, will soon open a satellite tasting room with an in-house eatery at 2817 Dickens Street in San Diego's Point Loma neighborhood.

"We are looking forward to expanding west and joining the Point Loma community," said Eppig Brewing founder Stephanie Eppig.

Located a stone's throw from the popular San Diego institution Point Loma Seafoods, the new Eppig Brewing Tasting Room will offer a 1,000 square-foot interior bar and eatery with a 1,500 square-foot exterior patio space. Eppig Brewing will continue to brew all beer at their North Park brewery, which has an annual brewing capacity of 1,200-2,000 barrels. There will be a food component offered within the new space, but details are very limited as the ink on the lease is barely dry and management is still working on details of the menu and offerings.

J&L Eppig Brewing is a San Diego brewery started by Stephanie Eppig to honor the brewing legacy of her great grandfather, who operated a 310,000 square-foot brewery in Brooklyn, NY in the late 1800s until it was shut down during Prohibition. Other partners include co-founders and brewers Nathan Stephens and Clayton LeBlanc, formerly of Ballast Point. Eppig brews an array on lagers, ales, stouts and sour beers.

For more information on Eppig Brewing Co., visit eppigbrewing.com.