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Complete Guide to San Diego Breweries, 2014/2015 Edition Paperback – October 29, 2014
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"Brandon Hernández's reporting is insightful, honest, and consistently held in the highest regard. As a professional brewer, I believe he sets the standard in San Diego by which all other beer beat reporters must measure themselves." --Tomme Arthur, Director of Brewery Operations, Port Brewing Company/The Lost Abbey
"I can always count on Brandon Hernández to bring solid facts to his readers. His opinions are always substantiated and accurate." --Jeff Bagby, Owner & Brewmaster, Bagby Beer Company
"Brandon Hernández is more passionate about beer than any other writer in town and has my respect because of it." --Colby Chandler, Specialty Brewer, Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
About the Author
Brandon Hernández is a native San Diegan and his hometown's most prolific craft beer journalist. In addition to his work as a columnist for the San Diego Reader, he is a columnist for Celebrator Beer News, Pacific San Diego Magazine, Ranch & Coast Magazine and West Coaster. He has contributed articles to USA TODAY, the Los Angeles Times, All About Beer Magazine, Imbibe, The Beer Connoisseur, Beer Magazine, Beer West, The New Brewer, Wine Enthusiast, San Diego Magazine, U-T San Diego, Edible San Diego, Riviera, San Diego Home/Garden-Lifestyles, Tasting Table and a variety of other national and regional publications.
In addition to his work as an award-winning writer, he is the Senior Communications Specialist for Stone Brewing Co., has served as a San Diego editor for Zagat, and is a consultant to Food Network. Brandon lives in San Diego's Scripps Ranch neighborhood (convenient walking distance from Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits) with his wife, Heather, and son, Brandon Jeffrey.
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What does come across is that the author knows his stuff and it does seem like he did the research for this book I would just like a little more info on the brewery and beers available.