Due to California's COVID-19 regulations and the December 2020 stay-at-home order, we are only open for to-go beer and food sales. There is no on-site consumption allowed.
Whether you're a local to Tuolumne County or a guest traveling to us from afar, we'd love to welcome you and your family to Around The Horn Brewing Company. We are kid friendly, and dog friendly on our outdoor patio. Reservations are NOT required...we operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Our address is 17820 State Highway 120, Groveland, CA 95321. We are at the corner of Highway 120 and Wards Ferry Road, 1.5 miles from the top of Priest Grade, and 1.5 miles from downtown Groveland.
We have a large parking lot that can accommodate tour buses and motor homes. We ask that you please park these larger vehicles in the gravel area of the parking lot, if possible.
Holiday hours: We will be OPEN for takeout/delivery of food and beer on Christmas Eve (12/24). You may order as usual. On Christmas Day (12/25) our kitchen will be CLOSED therefore we will be open for takeout/delivery of beer and merch only. We will resume normal operations on 12/26!
We are open Thursday through Monday. We are closed Tuesday and Wednesday (our brewing days!).
Monday: 11 am to 9 pm
Thursday: 11 am to 9 pm
Friday: 11 am to 9 pm
Saturday: 11 am to 9 pm
Sunday: 11 am to 9 pm
Our kitchen closes at 9 pm.
We are currently open to the public for on-site dining and to-go sales.
1. Are you open to the public?
Yes. We have socially distanced outdoor dining and are open to the public, per Tuolumne County Public Health guidelines and guidelines from the Governor's office. A food purchase is required if you wish to drink beer, wine, or hard cider on site. You do not have to purchase food if you are buying to-go beer Crowlers.
2. Will you be requiring face masks?
Yes. Per the Governor’s ordinance, all guests* are required to wear face masks to enter the premises. Guests can remove their face masks while seated at their table, but must wear them when moving around the premises (ordering food/drinks, heading to the restroom, etc.)
*Guests with medical conditions who cannot safely wear face masks are an exception to this.
3. Will you be taking reservations?
We operate on a first-come, first-served basis. However, for large groups, please consider giving us a call (209-436-9919) or email (email@example.com) the day before you plan to visit to let us know your party size and the time you'd like to join us. This will help us to safely accommodate your group and our other guests.
4. Will you be filling growlers?
No. We cannot control sanitization when it comes to used growlers, and though you might be the #1 neat freak with the most powerful dishwasher in the world, we do not know that for sure. We can, however, control sanitization with our single-use, 32-ounce Crowler cans.
5. What extra precautions are you taking to ensure safety?
All staff members will be wearing face masks and are required to take their temperature at the start of each shift. We’ve placed hand sanitizer stations at highly trafficked areas for guests to use. A dedicated “float” staff position will be charged with sanitizing frequently used surfaces/locations and seating areas in between guests.
6. I’m still not comfortable...
Though we are taking these safety measures, if you are still uneasy about stopping by, there is nothing we as a business can do to change your personal level of comfort. We would love to serve all of you our beer, but we understand that now might not be the best time for high-risk individuals to visit us. But you can enjoy our beer from home! We offer freshly poured 32-ounce crowlers to go.