18 February, 2016
-Los Angeles Times. It's no secret that the Mexican border area around Tijuana is in the midst of a cultural renaissance -- and one museum makes it easy to take it all in.
25 May, 2015
-laweekly.com. Tijuana’s burgeoning craft beer scene is notoriously hard to access. The city's breweries — most of which have opened in the last three years — make their beer using small homebrew setups in backyards or clandestine spaces.
22 November, 2014
sandiegouniontribune.com. Travel and wine writers may have crowned this burgeoning wine region “The Next Napa,” but that title is too easy and too wrong.
11 July, 2014
-www.kpbs.org. San Diego is known as a craft beer capital, but Tijuana, Mexico is catching on. In this episode, Host Jorge Meraz scopes out the local businesses, beer bloggers, and home brewers.
10 May, 2014
-wanderwithwonder.com. The Baja Mexico craft beer movement has exploded since 2010. Influenced by the beer capital of San Diego to the north, brewers are producing exciting Baja beers incorporating the flavors of Mexico.
31 January, 2014
-theguardian.com. Some call Mexico's Valle de Guadalupe, in Baja California, the new Napa – but a tour of its wineries, hotels and restaurants shows that it is very much its own place.
10 December, 2013
-beeradvocate.com. Baja California might be best known for its beachside fish tacos and off-road racing, but in the last three years, the northwestern Mexican state has seriously upped its craft beer game, defining itself as the country’s largest contingent for “cerveza artesanal.”
21 May, 2012
-foodandwine.com. Mexico Travel: A Super-Foodie's Tijuana Tour
When Los Angeles’s best chefs need a jolt of inspiration, they make a run for Tijuana. Writer Damien Cave gets a private tour of the city’s wild, wonderful food scene, from taco stands to innovative restaurants.