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Swells’a Brewing

$$$$

Earn 3X Points

Swells’a Brewing has just about everything you could possibly want in a seaside brewery. You’ll spot local surfers who stop by for weeknight drinks, friendly puppies running around everywhere, and you can even catch a slight view of the ocean from the outdoor deck or second-story seating area. The rotating tap list also features a wide variety of beers, but just about everything on the menu tastes great while playing cornhole on the brewery’s lawn or after enjoying a full day of water-based activities.

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