PASO ROBLES, Calif. – BarrelHouse Brewing Co., has been experiencing 90%+ distribution growth year over year and is now expanding outside of its California footprint into Portland, Oregon.
“Why Portland? We visited the area with our team a few years back and it has held significance to us ever since. We share their love for quality craft beer and incredible food. Plus, we have unstoppable synergy with our current Northern California distribution partner, Mindful, whose sister company Running Man is located in Portland. All of these factors made PDX an exciting choice for us.” Jason Carvalho, Owner.
Draft and six-packs of Sunny Daze, Mango IPA, Juicy IPA, BarrelHouse IPA, Adventure Series releases, as well as larger format bottles of barrel-aged imperial stouts and sours, can be found at finer bottle shops and popular craft beer bars around town starting March 2018.
About BarrelHouse Brewing Co.
BarrelHouse was established in 2013 by co-owners Jason Carvalho and Kevin Nickell and longtime friend Chris Vaughn with a simple mission…bring together Good People, Good Times, and Great Beer. Since those early garage brewing days, BarrelHouse has quickly grown to be the largest family owned and operated craft brewery in San Luis Obispo County. “Being an American, family-owned business is something that we take pride in,” says President of BarrelHouse Brewing Co. Jason Carvalho. “In an ever-changing craft beer landscape of sellouts and mergers, we retain our independence. Our people are passionate about our mission and we are just getting started.”
Paired with an endless lineup of energetic bands and fun events, BarrelHouse is famously known for their delicious line-up of year-round beers: Sunny Daze, Mango IPA, BarrelHouse IPA, Juicy IPA and Big Sur. Available everywhere BarrelHouse is sold.
To keep your taste buds intrigued, each month their talented brewers create small-batch, taproom only beers available at any of their three locations: Paso Robles Brewery and Beer Gardens, San Luis Obispo Taproom, or their newest Visalia Taproom and Beer Gardens.
Additionally, since the brewhouse fired up, the BarrelHouse team has been crafting an impressive line-up of barrel-aged beers. Housed within a dedicated Barrel Facility across a creek from their main brewery, you’ll find rare sour and wild ales referred to as their Salvaje de Robles (Wild of the Oak) Series and Reservado de Robles (Reserve of the Oak) Series for their non-sour barrel-aged beers. These limited releases are available in their taprooms and at fine craft beer accounts throughout their distribution network.