Pismo Brewing Company is a small neighborhood brewery and tap room located just off of the Pacific Coast Highway in the sunny beach town of Pismo Beach, California. Pismo Brewing Company’s small tap room feels like it could be part of a classic car showroom with dark colors and offset by chrome and red like you would find on a restored old car. The brewery is equally as small and is located in a building next door to the tap room.
The staple beers at Pismo Brewing are the Pismo Pale Ale, IPA, Bootlegger Blonde, Roadster Red Ale, and the Bolina Brown Ale, as well as their own non-alcoholic Root Beer. You can also often find other rotating taps and seasonals at the tap room. The offer their beer to go in growlers and by the bottle.
You can get food at Pismo Brewing’s tap room, but do not expect gourmet food, as they have no real kitchen, and food is not their focus. Everything they serve comes from a hot dog roller, microwave, or toaster oven, but they do have a surprisingly large menu for such limited resources.
Pismo Brewing Company announced in October 2014 that they will be moving their tap room down the street to a new location. With the move the tap room is currently closed and will reopen in late 2014 at their new location. The new tap room will be located at 500 Cypress St. Ste S2, Pismo Beach, CA.
Pismo Brewing Company Overview
|Brewery Type:||Microbrewery and Tap Room|
|Our Favorite Menu Item:
||Pismo Hot Poppers|
Pismo Brewing Company Beer Selection
|Be Sure to Try:||IPA|
|Guest Beers On Tap:||None|
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Getting To Pismo Brewing Company
|Nearest City/Town:||Pismo Beach, California|
|Location:||San Luis Obispo County, California – Central Coast|
|Phone:||805.295.6434||Facebook:||Pismo Brewing Company Facebook Page|
|Web:||Pismo Brewing Company||Twitter:||Pismo Brewing Company Twitter Feed|
When is the best time to go to Pismo Brewing Company?
Friday and Saturday evenings are the most lively at the tap room, especially during the busy summer months. Otherwise the tap room can be a little sleepy and quiet.
Image Credits: Cesar Sangalang via Flickr