In mid-2014, Tony Gwynn's group drew closer AleSmith to make an unmistakable beer for the baseball legend. A gathering was called at the Gwynn family, which incorporated inspecting of AleSmith beers to recognize Tony's inclinations. He needed the beer to be "light with a kick" which he explained further to mean loaded with hop character and light in body and shading. The consequence of the Gwynn family's criticism on test bunches delivered a golden pale ale brimming with American hop flavor and aroma, with a quelled bitterness and a malty sweet completion. AleSmith San Diego Pale Ale .394 honors the city that Tony cherished and the vocation high batting average that he accomplished in '94. Find what happens when a Hall of Fame stickler crafts a beer with an elite brewery. A bit of the return will go to the Tony and Alicia Gwynn Foundation (TAG).