The symbol of our company and the core of our brand...the bear was chosen for many reasons.
Meet Ken Riegel- He is our part-time bartender and financial advisor, and full-time father to Nicole Smith and Kristin Riegel
Meet another beer-loving bartender of ours, Robin Blair, in the latest Q&A session.
Looking for a place to host your private event or fundraiser? SLBC has you covered!
Thank you to everyone who helped make our Grand Opening such a success! From vendors, to employees, to volunteers and more, we couldn't have done it without you. Here's a little recap of our GRAND weekend.
Have you met GW yet? Our latest Q&A session will help you get to know another great beertender of ours.
Meet our Rock Climbing Cellarman & Beer-loving Bartender, Nolan Van Herk.
Having a "Ruff" time finding a local spot to bring your furry friends and kids? Well look no further than South Lake Brewing Company. This blog post answers those ongoing questions regarding dogs, kids, and food.
Introducing another one of our awesome bartenders, Amy Lumley. She's been here for 8 years now and truly lives the Tahoe-lifestyle. Click here to learn about this audacious adventurer.
Meet Kristin Riegel in our latest Q&A session - Social Media Manager & Beertender.
Meet our Operations and Sales Manager, Ethan Lennox through a few quick questions about beer, Tahoe, and everything in between.
Introducing the next interviewee in SLBC's Q&A sessions, Nicole Smith, our co-founder and taproom manager.
Meet SLBC's Co-Founder and Brew Master, Christopher Smith, through this quick Q&A session.
South Lake Brewing Company answers the BIG food question that you all have been asking.
South Lake Brewing Company's first brew day! We brewed our Marlette Blonde - an easy drinking light ale with notes of honey and citrus. We waited for almost 5 years to brew our first professional craft beer and the day finally arrived! Read this blog post for a quick summary of the brewing process and to view pictures of the day.
South Lake Brewing Company is looking to partner with local livestock farmers in order to "recycle" their spent grain and increase sustainability within their brewing process.
Today was an incredible day! We had a painting party at the brewery with the Tahoe Craft Beer Meetup community. As many as 20 people showed up throughout the afternoon to help us paint all the recently framed and drywalled walls. We are so so so very thankful for everyone that volunteered their time today!!!!! We could not say "Thank You" enough and are extremely grateful for our community and friends!
Here are a bunch of pictures of the painting party: