Our brewmaster moves from Colorado to Cabo; he fell in love with the place and got a refreshing dream.
Brewery equipment from the U.S. makes a week-long, 1,000 mile journey on three flatbed trucks to Baja. Our brewery's opening event attracts so much attention, we reach capacity almost immediately.
After endless research and countless pints, the donkey is created and declared the official brand mascot.
Eight quality Baja draft beers are distributed to a dozen local restaurants. Our brewpub becomes the busiest place in town!
Our second cantina opens on the rooftop of Cabo Villas Beach Resort, which continues to have the best views in Cabo.
Baja Brewing Company produces its first bottled product, "Baja Blond," which is sold throughout Los Cabos.
Baja Brewing Company begins bottling four more beers and gains distribution in Mexico City. Our third cantina, Cabo Marina, opens. And finally, our brewmaster’s mentor, Doug Odell visits Baja Brewing Company to collaborate on the recipes.
After much anticipation, the first truck of Cabotella crosses the border into Texas. Distribution expands throughout the United States.
Category 5 Hurricane Odile hits the brewery hard, but one hurricane didn’t stop our beloved donkey. Soon after, we hosted the first annual Cabo Beer Fest and also launched “Buck for Baja” to help support the Cabo community post-hurricane.
Our original brewpub reopens debuting a brand new beer garden and store. Distribution expanded further into Mexico and several of our beers won national and international awards. We began bottling our popular IPA, increasing the line to seven beers.
Available in parts of North America, Australia and South Africa.