Stone Brewery Evacuated Due To Wild Fires In San Marcos, CA

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Photos and tweets courtesy of Stone:

We are officially evacuating our home base. Thanks to everyone for expressing their care and concern.

This is the view from the roof of our brewery. Wishing best to friends throughout San Diego County!!!
#sanmarcosfire

From our pal Mitch Steele:

All buildings of Stone Brewing Co evacuated because of fire. Please send positive vibes

16 May 2014 1PM EST from Stone:
THANK YOU to the hard-working heroes keeping us safe during these wildfires and the compassionate people reaching out with care and concern.
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6 comments (click to read or post):

  1. Woah. Bewer from MN here, the whole company is sending every last good vibe we got your way. We love your beers - Jonny from HammerHeart.

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  2. Stay safe, you are loved!

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  3. It would be a sad, sad day if this fire is not controlled before it hits one of my favorite breweries. Hopefully that flame is less arrogant and more of a Generous Bastard, and stops burning long before it reaches your doors. Stay safe.

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  4. Just a fan, really like your arrogant bastard ale, stay safe!

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  5. Will we be seeing a new San Marcos Smoked Porter?

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  6. As a loyal patron of your beer for many years in NC I wish all the best to your brewery. Hopefully the fire subdue andwill not reach your home base . In fact I'm enjoying a self righteous black ipa right now. Here's to you and all your hard work!

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