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Nickel Beer Company is now open 7 days a week with beers brewed by longtime San Diego brewer and pub owner Tom Nickel. Located just a half mile east of historic downtown Julian in San Diego's beautiful back country. We serve 5, 9 and 16 oz beers in...more
Go here to get the local Julian vibe as few tourists visit this microbrewery located in the historic Julian jail. The lockup is a little game room and if you get ornery they will let you know they have the lock key. You will be...More
April weather was a bit cool, so we sat inside. The wait staff were very friendly and helpful, and the beer was very good. There is no food, although it's OK to bring food inside. They sell jersey, nuts, and other bagged items if you...More
I like beer and I like to visit breweries whenever I can so when we were in Julian I visited the Nickel Beer Company. The young lady who poured the beer was friendly and quite knowledgeable. The beer was very good. Actually one of the...More
Stopped in this brewery on our "way back" from a camping trip in Cuyamaca. The beer was great, the staff was friendly and we loved the ambiance. It's a converted sherrif's station and even has a holding cell. And they're homemade pickles were amazing!
As many times I have been to Julian or driven to Borrego Springs, I have never stopped by Nickel Beer. A shame. A wonderful spot. Nested in a an old Sheriff station, jail and all. A beautiful little wood stove to heat the space...and then...More
My wife and I had spent most of the day in Anza Borrego and wanted to spend a couple of hours in Julian, we did the normal tourist things then stopped in for a hamburger and a beer, The hostess at the restaurant we were...More
Stopped for a couple of 5 ounce shots of beer after hiking in Anza Borrego. They brew their own craft beers which are very good. I sat outside on the patio and enjoyed my beers. I wish they served food, I suppose you could bring...More