BarrelHouse Brewing Co. co-owners Jason Carvalho and Kevin Nickell were joined in 2013 by longtime friend Chris Vaughn who had been brewing with the team since their early recipe development stages in Carvalho’s garage. Since then their team of craftsman has rapidly grown to include Brewmaster George Numair, Brewer/Cellarmaster Gavin Warnock, Brewer/Cellarman Ryan Fagen, and more.
BarrelHouse is known for Good People, Good Times, and Great Beer.
Paired with an endless lineup of energetic bands and fun events, BarrelHouse is famously known for their delicious line-up of year-round beers: BarrelHouse Blonde, Sunny Daze, Mango IPA, BarrelHouse IPA, Big Sur and BarrelHouse Stout. All of these beers are available in bottles and draft throughout their California Distribution network.
Additionally, since the brew house first fired up, BarrelHouse has been masterfully crafting an impressive line-up of sour and non-sour barrel-aged beers. Housed within their dedicated Barrel Facility, you'll find rare sour and wild ales referred to as Salvaje de Robles (Wild of the Oak) beers and Reservado de Robles (Reserve of the Oak) or their non-sour barrel-aged beers. The "de Robles" series of beers is the canvas for BarrelHouse's brewing artists. These limited releases are only available to select accounts throughout their network.
To keep your taste buds intrigued, each month BarrelHouse's talented brewers create small-batch, taproom only beers for your drinking pleasure. Be sure to visit the Paso Robles Brewery and Beer Gardens and San Luis Obispo BarrelHouse Speakeasy for these unique rotating offerings.
See you at BarrelHouse Brewing Co.!
Our teams approach to brewing lends to unique, balanced beers that can be enjoyed by all. People often ask why we don’t enter our beer in competitions. You won’t find our beers in any competitions because we brew beers that we like to drink. Many of our beers don’t fit within BJCP beer style guidelines and we don’t care. If someone tells us that our blonde is too hoppy, we say “you're welcome.” If someone says that we should enter our beer in competitions, we say “just because you have a nice car, doesn’t mean you need to take it to car shows.” Here’s to Good People, Good Times and Great Beers!