San Diego's Eppig Brewing Nearly Ready To Open New Tasting Room In La Jolla

August 19, 2022

San Diego's 6-year-old Eppig Brewing is nearly ready to open its new satellite tasting room in the heart of La Jolla Village. 

Eppig Brewing is a San Diego brewery started in 2016 by Stephanie Eppig, her husband Todd Warshaw, and brewer Clayton LeBlanc. The craft brewery honors the brewing legacy of Eppig's great grandfather, who operated a 310,000 square-foot brewery in Brooklyn, NY in the late 1800s until it was shut down at the start of Prohibition.

Eppig originally launched in San Diego as part of the second Brewery Igniter in North Park. In early 2018, the company opened a waterfront Biergarten in America’s Cup Harbor on Point Loma's Shelter Island. In fall 2019, Eppig closed its original North Park brewing location and relocated its headquarters to an approximately 16,000 square foot building at 1347 Keystone Way in San Diego's North County area of Vista, allowing the craft brewery to increase production to meet demand, provide space for long term growth, and offer a spacious indoor/outdoor tasting room with ample guest parking.

Earlier this year, Eppig Brewing took over a 1,300 square-foot former art studio space on Prospect Street directly across from Eddie V's and Georges at the Cove for the company's third tasting room. Opening next weekend, expect plenty of Eppig's award-winning beers to be on tap and available for take-away, ranging from German lagers and classic West Coast IPAs to kettle sours.

Eppig Brewing's new satellite tasting room opens on Saturday, August 27, at 1273 Prospect Street in San Diego's La Jolla. For more information, visit