The Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival in partnership with the San Diego Brewers Guild will return for its sixth year running on Friday, March 23 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 booze fest will showcase a range of San Diego breweries and Bankers Hill restaurants (complimentary savory and sweet bites) alongside pop-up galleries of local artists’ works, and more.
This year’s festival will feature larger tasting glasses for guests, who will have unlimited access to complimentary 2-ounce pours from approximately 15 breweries including Mike Hess Brewing, Karl Strauss Brewing Company, Second Chance Beer Company, Rock Bottom, Pizza Port Brewing Company, Rip Current Brewing Company, Booze Brothers Brewing Co., Coronado Brewing Company and more. Complimentary savory and sweet bites will be served by Bankers Hill eateries including Cucina Urbana, The Corner Drafthouse, Pie Craft, WetStone Wine Bar, Juice Alchemy, Hornblower, Parc Bistro-Brasserie, Barrio Star and more, while art exhibits will range from paintings and fine art photography to collages and interactive displays.
The Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival is a dynamic social fundraiser organized by the Bankers Hill Business Group, a Micro Improvement District dedicated to showcasing the growing community of Bankers Hill near Downtown San Diego. The neighborhood is noted for its collection of late 19th century architecture, historic bridges, several notable restaurants and sweeping views of San Diego Bay. The festival is co-sponsored by Metro CDC.
Tickets are priced at $30 per person. Tickets to the Bankers Hill Art & Craft Beer Festival are available, click here. The Abbey is located on 2825 FIfth Avenue in Bankers Hill. The event is ages 21-and-up.
We are giving away a pair of tickets via Instagram, so be on the lookout for that.