Explore Paso’s craft beverage epicenter, Tin City, where great beer, wine, spirits and food meet for a unique tasting experience all located within a two-block radius. 


Start your day at the region’s namesake Tin City Cider Co. for a dry-hopped cider made with California apples from the Sierra Foothills. Round your friends at the tables in the taproom to play games or play a game of cornhole on the patio and soak in the sunshine.


Sip on a glass of Cabernet at the dozens of small-batch wineries in warehouse tasting rooms that allow you to get up close with boutique wines and learn about the stories behind the bottles. These winemakers came to Tin City to pursue their passions and bring their talents to life. Stop by Field Recordings to try their canned wine, visit ONX Wines for high-quality blends or swing by Turtle Rock Vineyards to taste the family owned wines specializing in Rhone varietals. 


Head over to Barrelhouse Brewing Co., a staple of Tin City, to sip on a crisp pint of their craft brews while listening to live music from local bands. Grab lunch from the food trucks parked by the picnic tables and enjoy the outdoor beer garden. 


Stop for a tasty treat at Negranti Creamery, serving creamy sheep milk’s ice cream with a variety of flavors like Blackberry Rosemary, Black Coffee Chip and Strawberry Basil. 


Taste artisan spirits at Wine Shine Distillery, located along the Paso Robles Distillery Trail, known for its age-old distillation techniques with innovative flavors that will entice your palate. Sample brandy, whiskey and a variety of small batch spirits that will leave your taste buds craving more. 


End your day browsing through Etto, the pasta 101 shop full of homemade gourmet pasta, Italian pantry items, wine and more. Head over to Six Test Kitchen to chat with friends over an intimate dining experience featuring local, seasonal ingredients. And why not keep the fun going with a wine pairing?


Immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind tasting environment at Tin City the next time you visit Paso Robles!