All About Paradise Brewing Company

Paradise didn’t open with the intention of becoming Anderson’s first brewery, when they opened they did so to sell supplies to local homebrewers, and when the opportunity arose to start selling their beer it seemed for a while that they were doing it just to help homebrewers taste what things were supposed to taste like.  The brewery still makes a name for itself as a safe space that you can go and ask whatever “stupid questions” you might have about homebrewing without being judged.  They’ve got a tight group of regulars that frequent their taproom, which has been growing in physical size and scope for the last couple of years, and it’s exciting to think of where Paradise might be in the next few years down the road.

What’s Paradise Like?

Paradise Brewing still feels like your neighbor’s basement in a lot of ways.  They have put a lot of time and effort into growing what they do while keeping the same feeling that made their fans fall in love with them in the first place. You’ll find 13 taps pouring an eclectic selection of different styles.  They’ve got couches to keep you comfortable, and a nice sized patio out their back doors for when the weather demands outdoor drinking.

The Complete Paradise Brewing Company Timeline

  • 2007 – Paradise opens its doors as a homebrew supply shop.
  • 2014 – The brewery officially opens in March
  • 2016 – The brewery scales up its brewhouse, and fires it up for the first time in April
  • September 2016 – The brewery opens the first phase of its expansion with a new bar
  • July 2017 – The brewery nearly doubles the size of its taproom by taking over a large portion of their previous store space.
  • November 18, 2017 – The brewery releases ‘Wrath of the Tsar’ their first packaged release in 22oz bombers. (You can read more about this packaged release here)
  • March 2021 – Paradise buys the former Old Firehouse Brewery and announces plans for an expansion, dubbed – Paradise East.