Episode 273 – Tarantula Hill Brewing

Tune in this week as we are joined by our friends to the North Ali, Taylor and Dante from the great Tarantula Hill Brewing in Thousand Oaks. We get a guided tasting while learning their history, approach to food and beer + their future plans with Covid still happening. Tune in for a great time!

Tonight we are joined by some friends to the North. Tune in as we are joined by Dante, Taylor and Ali from the great Tarantula Hill Brewing, the first independent brewery (first brewery altogether) in Thousand Oaks. We take a trip through a guided beer tasting from some of their latest and freshest can releases while hearing the history of Tarantula Hill, their approach to beer styles including their next level hazy beers and hear some of each of their journeys through the world of craft beer. Also, we discuss their shift in focus during Covid, and discuss the future with numbers rising and closures being enforced yet again. We discuss how they got into the world of canning, shipping throughout California and what the future holds for some of their systems. We also discuss their approach to food as they operate a kitchen within their location. Also, we discuss distro plans and how/when we may start seeing some fresh cans down in San Diego. All this plus much more including some fun stories about Noah and his lunch, collecting toys, trading beers, chugging up the brutal grade to Thousand Oaks, great merchandising, the future of the NBA and sports, next level smores and Noah throws down a challenge to listeners. Don’t miss this fun (and super king sized) beer episode with a pioneer brewery in Thousand Oaks.

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