New Alpine Beer To Celebrate Bine & Vine 3rd Anniversary

image From Alpine and Bine & Vine:

(San Diego, CA) - We're celebrating our 3rd anniversary in October and I'm pleased to announce Alpine Beer Company (east San Diego County) has brewed a beer for the special occasion.

Bine & Vine 3rd Anniversary Ale is an American IPA hopped with heavy doses of Mosaic, Citra and Simcoe hops.

The beer is scheduled to be bottled this later this week with a release date of sometime next week. Bottles will be available EXCLUSIVELY at Bine & Vine Bottle Shop.

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Bine & Vine Bottle Shop owner Geoi Bachoua is one of the original San Diego craft beer retailers, providing craft beer since 2001 at South Bay Drugs, his father's pharmacy in Imperial Beach (South San Diego). In 2011, Geoi opened Bine & Vine Bottle Shop in Normal Heights, San Diego.

From the label:

"From South Bay Drugs to Bine & Vine, we started carrying Alpine Beer Company’s great beers back in 2003 and were one of their first bottle accounts. So, fittingly, I wanted our Anniversary Ale to be brewed by them. Our 3rd Anniversary Ale is an American IPA brewed with Mosaic, Citra & Simcoe hops and is a tribute to our longtime, loyal customers who have supported us throughout the years.


Geoi Bachoua"

Bine & Vine 3rd Anniversary Ale

Brewed & Bottled at Alpine Beer Company in Alpine, California

6.5% ABV

Refrigerate at all times! Drink as fresh as possible! Don't age!

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