Q&A: Duck Foot Elevates Gluten-Reduced Beer Into the Craft Category

June 3, 2016
By Kyle Swartz

Matt DelVecchio faced an unexpected problem while looking into launching a microbrewery in 2012. He was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Suddenly, this beer lover couldn’t drink one without becoming seriously sick.

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San Diego Magazine’s Critic’s Choice for Best Seasonal Beer

May 27, 2016
By Troy Johnson | Photography By Sam Wells

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13 Not-to-Miss Food Events in San Diego This June

May 25, 2016
By Darlene Horn 

Summer begins with a bang, bringing food and drink festivities to San Diego almost every weekend this June. Starting with Craft Beer Month and continuing through fair season, here’s a look at some must-go events.

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Cutting Gluten without Cutting Taste

April 25, 2016
By Laurie Delk 

I don’t have celiac disease, and I’m not gluten-intolerant. But I’m here to tell you, as a foodie Southern girl attached to pasta, pizza, gourmet grilled cheese sandies, and biscuits and gravy, I find myself lighter and more energetic when I cut gluten from my diet.

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Beer of the Week: Duck Foot The Looker California Blonde Ale

April 15, 2016
By Brandon Hernandez

In the vast world of beer styles, there are some that come across as vague and underappreciated. One of those is the humble but nearly ubiquitous blonde ale.


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Duck Foot Brewing Company Bottles

By Kyle Swartz

Opened less than a year ago in San Diego, Duck Foot will initially release three of its “mostly widely-acclaimed brews,” the company says. “Choconut Lust” (chocolate hazelnut porter), “The Contender” (West Coast-style IPA), and “The Looker” (California blonde ale).

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Duck Foot Brewing’s Big Bottle Bash

April 13, 2016
By Lisa Hillebrecht 

With less than a year of business under its belt, Duck Foot Brewing is already bottling some of their most popular brews. Duck Foot is well known in San Diego for their gluten-reduced and celiac-friendly beers.

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Duck Foot Brewing Company To Start Bottling

Craft Brewery Announces Hosted Party To Celebrate Milestone

April 7, 2016

If you aren’t familiar with Duck Foot Brewing Company yet, it’s time to get caught up. Known for its gluten-reduced brews, it has become a celebrated San Diego craft brewery since it opened less than a year ago in June 2015.

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22 Killer Spots for Beer in San Diego

April 4, 2016
By Darlene Horn

Life is good for anyone living in San Diego — there’s beautiful beaches, perfect weather and chill atmosphere, for starters. But if you’re a beer lover, San Diego is a Shangri-la, as the county is home to more than 100 breweries, microbreweries and brewpubs.

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Undistributed beer: Ukrainian Imperial Stout

A weekly profile on a local craft beer that is available on tap in San Diego

March 30, 2016
By Liz Bowen

There can only be one undistributed beer of the week. The competition is fierce in San Diego’s beer community, but someone has to take the title. This week’s best undistributed beer is…

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A San Diego Beer Tour

March 10, 2016
By James Hills

San Diego is the craft beer capital of the country as far as I am concerned. While there are many towns across the country where there are fine people brewing great beer, no town has a culture of beer quite like San Diego.

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Dropping In with Duck Foot Brewery

August 7, 2015

In celebration of #InternationalBeerDay we decided to get the skinny on an emerging action sports-oriented, San Diego-based brewery, Duck Foot, to learn how they got started, why they have a funny name and what’s so special about a beer everyone is talking about. Hence we dropped in with co-founder and “Head Quack” Matt DelVecchio who waddled off a few creative answers to our fairly flat-footed questions.

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Nicksology Megan Lewis, Duck Foot Brewing Company

July 1, 2015

Today’s Guests:
Babe of the Week – Megan Lewis
Matt DelVecchio and Greg Goldstock – Duck Foot Brewing Company

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Brewery Spotlight: Duck Foot Brewing Co.

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