In early 2010, Paradise Creek Brewery was born in Pullman’s Old Post Office building at 245 SE Paradise St. Our ales were crafted in the remodeled basement on a seven-barrel brew house. We poured much of the beer out of our own taps but we also were distributed throughout Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho in kegs and bottles. From the long-time favorite Pokerface Blonde, the citrus-hoppy Over the Hop IPA to our creamy and roasty MooJoe Coffee Milk Stout, the variety of seasonal and perennial ales flowing from our taps will thrill the most demanding of craft beer seekers. We soon added additional fermenters and a small bottler in the basement of the Old Post Office to keep up with demand.
Old Post Office in Pullman, Washington
The Old Post Office is a historic building in Pullman, Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places as U.S. Post Office-Pullman. The building served as Pullman’s post office until 1975, when a new post office was constructed. The Old Post Office subsequently hosted various businesses, including a movie theater, a bakery, and a gun store. In 2002, a new owner began restoration of the building, leading to its NRHP listing in 2003. In 2005, the Old Post Office was home to a wine shop, a wine bar, a winery, and a café. As of 2010, the building is the home of Paradise Creek Brewery, a microbrewery and brewpub.