We raise our glasses to everyone that celebrated with us at this year’s 3rd Anniversary Celebration. A big thanks to Max Randolph and his metal forging skills. We’re still getting comments about it! Our brewer’s challenge beers were a huge hit once again. This year’s winner was a Dry Hopped Snake Bite. There’s a couple kegs left at our Speakeasy in SLO, get it before it’s gone. Great music with JD Project and The Small Kicks as well as large portions and tasty treats from the Ribe Line proved to be a winning combination. We had such a great time that we’re already planning next year’s event!

SLOtography was on hand to capture the actions, check out the images below:

Check out all the Photo Booth images at SLOtography!

Mar 14, 2016
Written by Chris

BarrelHouse BarberShop Now Open

Now Open

Welcome Zac Young, the newest member to the BarrelHouse team. Zac may not know his way around a brewhouse (yet), but give this guy a pair of scissors, an electric razor and watch him get down. With years of experience detailing some of the sharpest guys in North County, he’s now calling BarrelHouse BarberShop home.

BarrelHouse BarberShop, one of the only places you can enjoy a pint of your favorite BarrelHouse craft beer, get a sweet haircut and clean shave while people watching in historic downtown San Luis Obispo. Located at 1033 Chorro Street, the BarrelHouse BarberShop is located directly above our new Speakeasy.

The BarrelHouse BarberShop is now open for walk-ins during our normal “pouring hours” with reservations becoming available soon. As an introductory offer, all mens haircuts start at $22. You know you need it, visit Zac today.

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Feb 11, 2016
Written by Chris

BHBC on the Central Coast Craft Brewers Radio

Jason, Chris, and John Pranjic (BarrelHouse Speakeasy Manager) recently sat down with the guys from the Central Coast Beer Radio Show at our newest Speakeasy location in San Luis Obispo. As usual the interview was filled with laughter, stories (mostly true), insider information, and of course great BarrelHouse beers.

Listen in on the two part series below:
Interview No. 1 (23.12min, 22.3mb, mp3)
Interview No. 2 (32.50min, 31.5mb, mp3)

Max Randolph (yes he is an actual Viking), hand-forges all of the medieval BHBC stamped bottle openers for us.

This year for all of our Society members we decided to enlist the Viking’s help to blacksmith a special batch. Included in this year’s membership each Society member will receive a custom key-chain bottle opener with the initials SM15.

We’re fascinated by his craftsmanship we followed him back to his workshop to captured him in action. Let me start by saying these images simply don’t do it justice. We’ll soon be releasing a video showing exactly how much time and artist goes into each piece. Stay tuned.

Society Membership Details


A couple months back our friends at Coast Hills CU contacted us about a small project. We’ve always had a great relationship with Coast Hills so we didn’t hesitate to say yes, to whatever it was they were thinking.

The day arrived. We started pre-dawn in Templeton, Ca, our neighboring community, and spent the next 16 hours filming with an incredibly talented film production company. We couldn’t believe how long shooting a commercial took, but like everything we do at BarrelHouse Brewing Co., they believe even the smallest of details can make the difference between good and great.

A huge applause to the business team at Coast Hills CU for making stunning short film this happen. We are truly honored and forever indebted to you. Literally and figuratively…

Visit BarrelHousebBewing.com for more info.

BarrelHouse Brewing Co.
3055 Limestone Way
Paso Robles, Ca 93446
(805) 296-1128