San Diego is home to many fantastic breweries and one of the best ways to experience them is via a limo tour, as I did with Aall in Limo. I got to visit an assortment of top San Diego breweries without having to worry about driving between each and, of course, the limo ride itself was quite a lot of fun. It’s also a great way to spend a day in San Diego!
I was invited on the brewery tour with a few other travel bloggers, such as Elaine of Trip Wellness and Katherine Belarmino. I also brought Tom along and he was quick to enjoy the perks of the limo once it arrived to pick all of us up from Mission Bay.
Once inside the limo, music was played and Champagne that Aall in Limo provided was passed around. It took about 20 minutes to get to our first destination, Mission Brewery in downtown San Diego. Mission Brewery is located in the historic Wonder Bread building that dates back to 1894. The tasting room has an open feel with views of the brewing equipment. Mission Brewery has a wide range of brews on tap, of which my favorite is the El Conquistador Extra Pale Ale, a light, citrus-infused beer that is hoppier than most Pale Ales.
Coronado Brewing Company was our next stop and a perk was driving across the stunning Coronado Bridge to get to it. Coronado Brewing Company has a mix of interesting blends in their brews, such as the Jalapeno beer (which I’m not sure I could drink a whole pint of unless paired with spicy food), and the Milk Stout, which has a delicious brown sugar taste to it. The brewery also serves up some huge, decadent, yummy pretzels along with a full menu in its onsite restaurant.
Aall in Limo is run by Mike Reifeiss and James Siegrist (James was our super friendly limo driver) who have been doing limo services for a decade and provide a fun, professional limo touring experience. The company also offers winery tours to Temecula in addition to brewery tours. To book with them, call 858-336-1894 or visit www.aallinlimo.com.
Note: I was invited on a blogger tour with Aall in Limo, but as always, all reviews and opinions are my own.