It’s that time of year again! The Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival in partnership with the San Diego Brewers Guild will return for its seventh year running on Friday, March 22 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Taking place throughout the two levels of The Abbey on Fifth Avenue, a historic 10,000-square foot venue, this 21+ event includes craft beer, bites, pop-up galleries by local artists and a live DJ.
For $30 ($35 day of) enjoy unlimited access to two-ounce pours from fifteen San Diego breweries including Mike Hess Brewing, Booze Brothers Brewing Co., Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, Thorn Brewing, Second Chance Beer, Latchkey Brewing Company, Pizza Port, Thr3e Punk Ales, Burning Beard Brewing Co., Coronado Brewing Company, Double Peak Brewing Co., Pure Project Brewing, Hillcrest Brewing Company, Green Flash Brewery and Rock Bottom La Jolla.
Each ticket also grants guests access to complimentary bites from Bankers Hill’s best restaurants including Cucina Urbana, The Corner Drafthouse, WetStone Wine Bar, Juice Alchemy, Hornblower, Parc Bistro-Brasserie, Barrio Star, Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant, Jimmy Carter’s Mexican Cafe, Grab and Go Subs and The Abbey. Meanwhile, Studio Galería Pilar Montaño, Danielle Zhang, Cayce Hanalei, T Jay Santa Ana, Dots.One, Aimee Baca, Anthony Ray Jimmiez and more will exhibit paintings, photography and other creative displays.
The Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival is a dynamic social event that raises funds for the Bankers Hill Business Group (@VisitBankersHill on Instagram). Within Bankers Hill, San Diegans can discover notable restaurants and artisanal coffee shops, 19th century architecture alongside modern luxury high rises, historic bridges crossing over hiking canyons, and sweeping views of San Diego Bay and Balboa Park. The festival is co-sponsored by Metro CDC and the San Diego Brewers Guild.
Grab tickets to the 7th Annual Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival at www.bankershillbusinessgroup.com/events and at the door while supplies last.
This post is sponsored by the Bankers Hill Business Group, the organizers of the event