Pinthouse was founded by six guys who share a passion for craft beer and good food. We love Austin, and we are excited to help contribute to the energy and originality that make Austin a vibrant community. Our goal is to serve award-winning beer and hand-crafted pizza in a warm and casual setting. For details on our vendors and suppliers, trade organizations, and memberships, check out the info below…
“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” – Benjamin Franklin
Our Vendors & Suppliers
From our hops vendors to our produce supplier to our sausage house and to our soda distributor, Pinthouse focuses on quality and sustainability. Where possible, we’ve worked to source locally and organic to support both the ecology and our friends and neighbors.
Check out some of our favorite vendors and partners. They are good people!
Maine Root Organically sweetened sodas. www.maineroot.com
Smart Flour Locally crafted gluten free pizza dough www.smartflourfoods.com
Smokey Denmark Premium quality smoked meats. www.smokeydenmark.com
Texas Peafowl Farm 100% of the spent grain from our brewing process is re-purposed as peacock food. The peacocks would rather have a beer. www.texaspeafowlfarm.com
Eldon James Corporation Eldon James is the manufacturer of a 100% PVC-free draft system beverage line. Pinthouse is the first brewery / brewpub to be 100% PVC-free in our draft system, which insures that our house beers and guest brewery offerings taste as clean as possible. We suggest you conduct a scientific study – by drinking beer – to confirm these findings. It is your duty to science.
Our Hops & Brewing Supply Partners
Thanks to all of our friends and partners in the brewing supply industry. We love your cones!
Black Star Ranch Established in 1935, this fifth generation hop farm relies on its core values of honesty, integrity, quality and commitment to set it apart in this rapidly growing industry. We proudly use Citra and Simcoe hops from Black Star. blackstarranch.farm
Brewer’s Supply Group (BSG) The state-of-the-art BSG Hops facility in the Yakima Valley means that BSG has complete control of the entire supply chain from bale receipt and storage to shipping of finished goods in one location. BSG, not to be confused with nerd shorthand for Battlestar Gallactica, the reboot of which confused the hell out of us. bsgcraft.com/hops
B.T. Loftus Ranches Established in 1932, B.T. Loftus Ranches Inc. is one of the Yakima Valley’s longest running hop farms. In 1920, the Loftus family moved to Moxee in pursuit of work on the railroad. Loftus Ranches is one of the largest growers for the craft beer industry, valuing quality, sustainability and innovation. We proudly use Loral hops from Loftus. loftusranches.com
Cornerstone Ranches A fifth-generation commercial hop farm, which raises a combination of both aroma and alpha variety hops. We proudly use Cashmere hops from Cornerstone. cornerstoneranches.com
Crosby Hop Farm A fifth-generation hop grower, merchant, and processor, with offerings that include sustainable Willamette Valley Crosby® grown options as well as quality grower-sourced hops from around the world. We proudly use use Comet, Strata, and Cashmere hops from the Crosby Hop Farm. crosbyhops.com
Hopsteiner “Serving brewers for over six generations!” That is a lot of beards! We proudly use Calypso and Sultana hops from Hopsteiner. www.hopsteiner.com
Perrault Farms The Perrault family began farming in the Yakima Valley in 1902 on a Moxee area homestead established by Alberic Perrault, who planted his first hops in 1928. A true family business that proudly represent over 100 years, and four generations, of hop farming. Perrault Farms grows a diverse array of crops, but specializes in hops, growing ten varieties on several hundred acres of land. We proudly use Mosaic hops from Perrault. perraultfarms.com
Roy Farms Growing several different hop varieties, ranging from high-demand proprietary varieties, hot new experimentals, and an array of organic varieties. Roy Farms has been growing hops for over a hundred years. Experienced, embraces the green, and a master of its craft, Roy Farms is essentially the Yoda of hops. We proudly use Amarillo, 1940, and Chinook hops from Roy Farms. www.royfarms.com/hops
Tributary Hop Farms An offshoot of Loftus Ranches, Tributary Hop Farms is located in Granger, Washington, and operated by Patrick Smith. A new hop farm with a great pedigree. We proudly use Ekuanot hops from Tributary. loftusranches.com
Yakima Chief Ranches A 100% grower-owned global hop supplier focused on providing premium quality hops and uncompromising service. YCH Hops is awesome! ychhops.com
Country Malt Group CMG is an integral part of Great Western Malting, the oldest malting company in the western United States. CMG provides high quality malt ingredients. countrymaltgroup.com
Loeffler Chemicals We are clean freaks; Loeffler is enabling our OCD. Thanks guys! www.loefflerchemical.com
“What contemptible scoundrel has stolen the cork to my lunch?” – W.C. Fields
Trade Organizations & Memberships
We take pride in being active members of our local and national brewing organizations. (We go to the meetings for the beer)
Texas Craft Brewers Guild Pinthouse is a member brewery, and our Director of Brewing – Joe Mohrfeld is a past board member and chaired the education and safety commitee. Chairs are very dangerous, Joe. Just ask my 19-month old daughter. www.texascraftbrewersguild.org
Brewers Association “A passionate voice for craft brewers.” It is like the Celine Dion of Brewer’s Associations. Pinthouse is a proudly independent member brewery. www.brewersassociation.org
Master Brewers Association “Providing technical leadership for the brewing industry.” Pinthouse is a member brewery and un-official marketing liaison. We love you MBAA, but we want to help you spice up the tagline. Here’s what we are pushing: “Malts in your mouth, not in your hands.” Stay classy, MBAA! www.mbaa.com
Texas Restaurant Association “It is the mission of the Texas Restaurant Association to serve as the advocate in Texas and indispensable resource for the hospitality and foodservice industry." www.txrestaurant.org