What’s the “Hops” in Paso?

We love a robust, vintage red wine or a crisp, aromatic white wine just as much as the next person, but what else do we love? Beer. Balanced, complex, distinctive, thirst-quenching beer. IPA’s, stouts, blondes – Paso knows hops and we’re here to tell you exactly where to find the best brews in town.

Barrelhouse Brewing Co.
Enjoy one of Barrelhouse’s year-round, small batch or reserve beers while taking in sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. The brewery’s picturesque beer gardens are open seven days a week and offer patrons a killer setting to enjoy their balanced portfolio of beers and their non-sour and sour barrel projects. Don’t forget to visit the inspiration for Barrelhouse’s logo – a cross – etched by Spanish Lt. Colonel Juan Batista de Anza into the brewery’s trademark oak tree.


Image Credit: Barrelhouse Brewing Co.

Firestone Walker Brewing Company
Adam “The Bear” Firestone and David “The Lion” Walker are brothers by marriage who launched and produced Firestone Walker using, drumroll…converted winemaking equipment. The brothers share a deep love for all things beer and have produced countless profiles including British Pale Ales, Pilsners, Oatmeal Stouts and more recently – a vintage series with unique names like the “Stickee Monkee” and the “Helldorado.” Firehouse Walker also offers a variety of tours including the Brewhouse Tour, Union Tour and the option for dining at the Taproom Restaurant set amongst the perfect hills of Paso!


Image Credit: Firestone Walker Brewing Company

When planning your Paso Robles getaway, visit TravelPaso.com and book a stay, plan an excursion or check out all of the delicious dining options that Paso Robles has to offer.

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