Karl Strauss has opened the primary part of its 85,000-square-foot beer backyard idea in San Marcos, its fifth San Diego County location.
Karl Strauss Outpost San Marcos or the Outpost for brief, is also the brewery’s ninth spot in Southern California.
The Outpost, at 1293 Armorlite Drive, one block north of state Route 78, is Karl Strauss’ first neighborhood beer backyard, a part of a two-acre informal, outside setting. The growth marks a change for San Diego’s longest repeatedly working post-Prohibition brewing firm.
“Karl Strauss is proud to have pioneered the unbiased craft brewing trade in San Diego and past,” mentioned brewery President Matt Rattner. “The Outpost displays this spirit, our San Diego roots and ambition to develop and often redefine ourselves.”
The bar, which is housed in a custom-fabricated cargo container, serves the identical award-winning beer as Karl Strauss’ brewpubs, in addition to different alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Steps away from the bar is the first-ever Karl Strauss Meals Truck, which affords a collection of road tacos, together with vegetarian choices, and “Nachitos” (seasoned tortilla chips smothered in jalapeno beer cheese, nacho fixings, and a alternative of beef barbacoa, pork carnitas, or rooster Tinga), in addition to a quesadilla choice for teenagers.
Government Chef Gunther Emathinger, who has been with the brewery for 26 years, developed the menu along with his in-house crew.
Lodging embody Adirondack chairs, picnic tables or high-top barrel desk for seating, all with umbrellas and tents for shade. Hearth pits can be found and corn gap video games encourage household and mates to play and transfer in regards to the area.
The Outpost is open from 3–8 p.m. Wednesday to Friday and 1-8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The meals truck affords meals from 3–7 p.m. Wednesday to Friday and from 2–7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.