Doc's Draft

Cobb

Doc's Ranch JoAnn's Block Chardonnay 2018

2018 vintage. Well made with a nice blend of subtle nuances and barely-checked power. — 20 days ago

Eric, Ira and 8 others liked this

Claypool Cellars

Purple Pachyderm Doc's Ranch Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Docs Ranch Winery. Superb! — 5 months ago

Tom, Paul and 12 others liked this
Trixie

Trixie

Delicious! 🍷🍕

Horse & Plow

Draft Horse White North Coast White Blend 2019

Love this wine every year. Great nose and palate of white flowers, honey/honeysuckle, stones, a hint of tropical fruit and some underripe nectarine. So easy to drink and great qpr. — 8 months ago

Josh liked this

Cobb

Pinot Noir Doc's Ranch Vineyard Pommard 114 Selection 2018

2018 vintage. Punchy and powerful. Not entirely without notes of finesse but grabs you by the lapels of the palate. Definitely not a wallflower. — 20 days ago

Eric, Ira and 9 others liked this

Karl Strauss Brewing Company

Aurora Hoppyalis IPA

Their best beer. 12oz bottle. 7.0 % ABV. 9.4 on draft. 9.2 in bottle. 9.2 in can. — 6 months ago

Aaron, Bob and 4 others liked this

Alpine Beer Company

Duet India Pale Ale

A classic. 12oz bottle. 7.0 % ABV. On draft 9.4. Bottle 9.3. Can 9.1. — 6 months ago

Aaron, Ira and 4 others liked this

Cobb

Pinot Noir Doc's Ranch Vineyard Swan & Calera Selection 2017

John Howard
9.6

Another mind bender! — 9 months ago

Ross Cobb
with Ross
Shay, Anthony and 18 others liked this
Neil Valenzuela

Neil Valenzuela

Where’s my invite?! 😉

Alpine Beer Company

Nelson India Pale Ale

Alpine Nelson Rye IPA in the bottle. Bottle 9.3/can 9.2/draft 9.5. Both the can and bottle lose/drop some of the ungodly texture/ body. — 4 months ago

Ted, Ira and 5 others liked this

Second Chance Beer Co.

Tabula Rasa Porter

Tied with the AleSmith Speedway Stout as my fave SD County dark beer. 12oz (used to be 16oz…grrr) can. 6.2% ABV. Minor detail…4x GABF gold medal winner. 9.3 can. 9.4 draft. — 6 months ago

Ron, Ira and 4 others liked this

Pizza Port Brewing Co.

Swami's India Pale Ale

The current West Coast IPA standard. Consistently fantastic in the 16oz can but catching it on draft at one of the various Pizza Port properties takes it up just a notch with slightly less dank and super clean high notes on the initial draw. Essential San Diego County brewha. — 7 months ago

Ted, Bob and 6 others liked this