The third release in Firestone Walker’s Leo v. Ursus Chronology is Inferos—an unfiltered imperial rye IPA that is fiery in color, hellacious in hoppiness and loaded with spicy rye goodness.
- BREWERY TYPE
- Production - Regional
1400 Ramada Dr
Paso Robles, CA 93446 United States
- Founded in 1996 by Adam Firestone (aka the Bear) & David Walker (aka the Lion), Firestone Walker Brewing Company began as a small brewery with roots in wine country on California’s Central Coast. Now a regional brewery, our singular purpose remains – to craft ever better beer. Passionately in pursuit of the perfect beer…and never satisfied.
- ANNUAL PRODUCTION
The next release in Firestone Walker’s Luponic Distortion revolving hop series begins rolling out today with Revolution No. 007—a fresh iteration led by three hop varieties from Australia.
Straight from the R&D program at Firestone Walker’s Propagator pilot brewhouse comes Generation 1—an unfined and unfiltered IPA that is set for a limited-time draft release starting this week.
Combining the aggression of North American hops with the tranquility of traditional pilsner malts, the next release in Firestone Walker’s Leo v. Ursus Chronology achieves the improbable: a big, bold beer made for summertime sipping.
In this week’s Last Call: Multiple U.S. breweries are expanding and the original Most Interesting Man in the World talks meeting President Obama.
Beavertown Brewery and Firestone Walker Brewing Company are set to release a skeleton from the closet with “West Side Beavo” IPL—a cross-continental mashup of likeminded breweries.
Production at 25 of the top 50 Brewers Association-defined craft breweries didn’t grow last year, according new data released today by the trade organization.
In this week’s distribution roundup: Cigar City expands to Colorado, SpikedSeltzer goes national and Seattle Cider hits South Carolina.
The next release in Firestone Walker’s Luponic Distortion revolving hop series begins rolling out next week with Revolution No. 006—a blend of seven hop varieties led by two hops grown in the up-and-coming region of Michigan. Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 006 ultimately provides a vivid taste of a unique hop “terroir.”
The next release in Firestone Walker’s Luponic Distortion revolving hop series begins rolling out next week with Revolution No. 006—a blend of seven hop varieties led by two hops grown in the up-and-coming region of Michigan.
Firestone Walker Brewing Company and Johnson Brothers of Iowa today announced a new partnership that will initiate the distribution of Firestone Walker beers across Iowa starting in mid May.
In Monday’s edition of Press Clips: The Texas House advances taproom bill; Georgia governor signs direct sales bill into law; Miller Lite, Samuel Adams begin work with new ad agencies; and much more.
In this week’s edition of Last Call, Amazon begins delivering beer in Richmond; Stone puts its hotel project on hold again; and 34 percent of California millennials say they’d choose marijuana over beer.
Rhinegeist Brewing co-founder Bryant Goulding, Firestone Walker co-founder David Walker and Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione discuss the Maturing Craft Beer Market at Brewbound’s Brew Talks meetup in Washington, D.C.
Year Round Beers
|Pale 31||Pale Ale|
|Double Jack||Double IPA|
|14th Anniversary Ale||Ale|
|Velvet Merkin||Barrel Aged|
No Longer Available
|Fifteenth Anniversary Ale||Barrel Aged|