About Revision Brewing Company

Revision Brewing Company is known for brewing mouth-watering prominently hop-forward beers by the award-winning brewmaster Jeremy Warren and head brewer Jeb Taylor. Revision Brewing Company opened in March of 2017 and is located in Sparks, Nevada. With some serious momentum behind the beers, Revision produced 5,615  barrels of beer at the end of 2017 and the brewery projects to produce upwards of 20,000 barrels within the next few years. The brewery has also begun its barrel aging program with plans to release creative barrel-aged beers that will bend the mind and tantalize the palate at the end of 2018.

Revision Brewing Company’s brewmaster and CEO hails from Knee Deep Brewing Company out of Auburn, CA, a company that he originally founded out of his garage in Sparks, Nevada. In July of 2015, Jeremy Warren (Founder and former Brewmaster of Knee Deep Brewing Company) decided to sell his shares of Knee Deep Brewing to his business partner and set out to start Revision Brewing Company where he could have total creative freedom.

Warren is known for his world-class IPA’s, 2x IPAs and 3x IPAs and after only a year of opening the doors at Revision Brewing Company, the brewery took a gold medal win for Revision IPA in the American India Pale Ale Category  and DIPA won the silver medal in the Imperial India Pale Ale category at the 2018 World Beer Cup® awards. Only four other breweries in the history of the World Beer Cup® have medaled in both the American-Style India Pale Ale and the Imperial India Pale Ale category in the same year. Revision Brewing Company joins Russian River, Pizza Port, Noble Ale Works and Big Rock Chop House in this achievement. According to Beer Advocate’s press release, “2018 World Beer Cup Winners Announced,” 8,234 entries from 66 countries compete(d) at the “Olympics of Beer.”

The Backstory

Revision Brewing Company was formed when Jeremy Warren, founder and former Brewmaster of Knee Deep Brewing Company, chose to pursue a new avenue of creativity and excellence in craft beer. In 2009, Jeremy was given a homebrewing kit and began brewing beer out of his garage in Reno, Nevada. After a few competitions, he began entering his homebrews under the name Knee Deep Brewing Company.

In 2010, Jeremy Warren decided to pursue a career in professional brewing and partnered with an investor who could help take him to a commercial level. Together, they moved Knee Deep Brewing Company to Lincoln, California where Jeremy began brewing out of the old Beermann’s Brewery.

He was good… like really good. Beer fans deemed him “The Pliny Killer” after placing first over Pliny the Elder at the Bistro 12th Annual Double IPA Festival. With beautiful aromas that were quaffable from the other side of the bar when poured, Russian River’s Pliny the Elder was the beer that inspired Jeremy when making his quality hop forward IPAs. Therefore, one can imagine that this was just about the most flattering nickname that he could come by. The brewery quickly outgrew the Lincoln location and had to expand to a larger facility in Auburn, California.

Jeremy saw Knee Deep’s growth from a startup in his garage to a national production facility, however, he wasn’t able to pursue the diverse beer portfolio that he had originally set out to brew when he first founded Knee Deep Brewing Company. In July of 2015, Jeremy decided to part ways from Knee Deep Brewing to start Revision Brewing Company, where he could carry out his original vision.  The Revision Brewery and Taproom officially opened on March 23rd, 2017.

“Great Beer Brings Great People Together.”

Revision Brewing was founded on the principal of having an evolutionary spirit.  Add to this our respect for craft beer and the result is the quality you get with a Revision Brewing Company beer.

“Respect craft beer” refers to a genuine appreciation for all aspects of the craft beer culture:  passion, process, ingredients, people, and of course the beer itself.

Definition of Revision | Merriam-Webster

: a change or a set of changes that corrects or improves something
: a new version of something
: something (such as a piece of writing or a song) that has been corrected or changed