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The founder and company don't take themselves too seriously. They have a fun bent to them, and... read more

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Pasadena, California
Sriracha factory tour

I was not expecting much, but was super surprised and blown away by the end. The history of the... read more

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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Went in for a tour and loved how organized and clean facility was. Beware though because if you have a sensitive nose the chili smell can get to you. Overall, definitely recommend this factory! They also have a great gift shop filled with anything and everything Sriracha!

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank ImTropical
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Reviewed 27 April 2017

I have been taking out-of-town guests & friends to see this operation on Mr. David Tran by his hard work & just by making his chili sauce tasty & he started by working hard and treating his employees very well,.
Mr. David Tran is a very fair person to all his staff. His employees very highly of him.

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank dsai
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

In the short time we were there, you get the chance to see the full warehouse, on site bottle making process, all the millions of drums that store peppers, the bottling process, and to learn some fun facts. Its astounding how much they make in an hour. I'm beyond impressed with how they dont push products on you from a gift shop, and offer a ride in a cute little golf cart to take you around this GIANT COMPLEX. Its worth it. I will be going back for life!

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank Hanna J
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

This tour is a really good insight into the processing, bottling and storage of a very successful commercial food plant. Our tour guide was very professional and provided a high amount of knowledge of the complete plant from the start of the sauce making process to the end. This plant is extremely clean and nearly all areas of the plant are open to the public except for the one room. The tour is very interesting and roughly runs for about an hour, as a thank you from the company you receive a small bottle of sauce for attending the tour. At the completion of the tour you are taken into the rooster room(gift shop) where they sell a wide range of clothing, sauces and other novelties which are really well priced.
Highly recommended

Date of experience: October 2016
Thank wayde w
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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

#sirachalove The Irwindale manufacturing facility every year around pepper harvest time gives free 1 hour tours whereby you can do a self-guided tour to observe the pepper trucks coming in and the process of making the best hot sauce ever. The tours (starts at 10am and there's one every hour until 4pm) are usually the 4 Saturdays in September and takes about an hour. If you call and reserve a spot, you're guaranteed parking and good free swag (Siracha drawstring bag, your choice of the 3 popular Huy Fong hot sauces including siracha, and a Siracha T-shirt. However, you don't have to have a confirmed tour to do the tour- it just guarantees you parking and swag. The plant is very clean with self-guided tours walking around the perimeter of the plant. It's pretty cool if you are curious about how things are made - from seed to sauce, bottle making to filling, etc. The Rooster store has readably priced kitch items including a good selection of T-shirts. Go to Huy Fong Foods website for more details.

Date of experience: October 2016
Thank SolanaBeach2014
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