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Community matters to the founders of Little Miss Brewing. Both transplants from AZ, Jade and Greg Malkin have felt welcomed into the San Diego beer scene since they first opened their brewery four years ago. According to the brewery’s website, the co-owners want their customers “to feel like they know who is serving them.”
As a result of their dedication to beer and service, Little Miss has grown substantially since its inception. Today, the brewery boasts four years in business, 1000+ dog visits, oh, and over 1000000 pints served. After the main brewery opened Miramar, Little Miss expanded to include 5 tasting rooms throughout the area.
The Little Miss community is growing again, according to SanDiegoVille. The brewery is reportedly bringing their seventh tasting room to Poway, which, like those before it, will be WWII-themed. The tasting room will take up residence in the shopping plaza at the corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Pomerado Road.
At any Little Miss location you can find an array of beers (some of the 174+ unique beers brewed by Little Miss over the years), including a selection of IPAs, Malty brews, and sours. The tasting rooms don’t serve food, but you’re likely to find the occasional food truck or pop-up hosted by the brewery. You can also bring your own grub.
Follow the brewery’s social media for more information.