October 22, 2017
Once an afterthought to local wineries, Santa Barbara County’s craft breweries have stepped out of the shadows and made a name for themselves with their creative, hand-crafted brews. With numerous nationally and internationally awarded beers, some of the best breweries in the world are located right here in Santa Barbara County.
Breweries participating in the Santa Barbara County Craft Beer Week will be Firestone Walker Brewing Co. (Buellton); Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. (Buellton, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Los Olivos); Solvang Brewing Co. (Solvang, Lompoc); Island Brewing Co. (Carpinteria), Rincon Brewery (Carpinteria, Isla Vista), brewLAB (Carpinteria); Captain Fatty’s Brewery (Goleta); M Special Brewing Co. (Goleta); Draughtsmen Aleworks (Goleta); Third Window Brewing Co. (Santa Barbara); Telegraph Brewing Co. (Santa Barbara); Pure Order (Santa Barbara); Santa Barbara Brewing Co. (Santa Barbara); The Brewhouse (Santa Barbara); Brass Bear (Santa Barbara); Topa Topa Brewing Co. (Santa Barbara); Night Lizard Brewing Co. (Santa Barbara); and The Apiary (Carpinteria).
Each community brewery will be hosting special events throughout the week that include pint nights, food pairings, special releases, live entertainment and more.
Jump on the Brew Bus will be available to transport participants from various pickup spots to other communities throughout the week for $10 round-trip. Breweries will be hosting special events throughout the week, and Santa Barbara County Craft Beer Week’s partnership with Jump on the Brew Bus allows craft beer lovers to check out new breweries in other communities on specific days of the week.
$10 for “Jump on the Brew Bus” tickets
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