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Triceratops Brewing Company
Founded by Rob and Kelly Horn in 2014, Triceratops Brewing Company evolved from a tiny one barrel garage system to a 10 barrel brewhouse and tasting room in the Tumwater Warehouse District near the Olympia Regional Airport.
The company’s range of offerings include Stengel’s Gold Zwickelbier, Mrs. Voorhees Peanut Butter Stout, the award-winning Pennsyltucky Lager, Strawberry Golden Ale, and the popular Liquid Swords series of IPAs. Triceratops currently self distributes to King, Kitsap, Lewis, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties. Its tasting room is now open seven days a week.
Over 10 years ago, we packed our bags and made the trek from a small town in New Jersey to another small town on the opposite coast — Olympia, Washington. Our obsession with the craft beer scene was immediate.
After years of home brewing we decided to make it official and opened our tiny brewery in August of 2014. Triceratops Brewing Company (with the last name Horn and three awesome kids, is there really any other name?) began its brewing operations out of our home garage. Three years later we opened our tasting room.
Since our grand opening in June of 2017 we have had a steady flow of great customers, good friends, and craft beer lovers.
For more information, visit triceratopsbrewing.com.
Triceratops Brewing Company is an independent craft brewer.
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