Leading The Way
At Glass House, we strive every day to realize our vision of excellence: providing outstanding, sustainable cannabis experiences for the benefit of all. Here in California, the largest cannabis market in the world, our team of expert operators, proven businesspeople, and passionate plant lovers are dedicated to delivering cannabis with respect for people, the environment, and the community. Through cutting-edge technology, vertical integration and efficient production at scale, we’re building a brand platform that’s here to stay.
Our business began in 2015 as a single greenhouse farm in Carpinteria, CA. Today we’re the largest cannabis flower brand in the largest market in the world.
Glass House History
Kyle Kazan and Graham Farrar form first investment fund, the foundation of what is now known as Glass House Brands.
Glass House’s first farm, called “Casitas,” begins its conversion to cannabis cultivation
Glass House Farms operates under California’s Proposition 215 and focuses on perfecting its cultivation methods to produce top-quality cannabis efficiently at scale.
In November, CA voters approve Proposition 64, revolutionizing CA’s state framework for growing, possessing and transporting marijuana and setting up an Adult Use market scheduled to open in January 2018.
California Secretary of State issues Articles of Organization for Magu Farm.
Bud & Bloom, a Medical dispensary soon to become part of Glass House Brands, opens in Santa Ana, Orange County.
Prop 64 takes effect in CA.
Bud & Bloom transitions to new framework, serving both Medical and Adult Use customers.
First Glass House Farms-branded products brought to market; first 1/8th-ounce jar sold to Sespe Creek.
Glass House plants its first 5 acres of hemp on virgin soil at Cadiz Ranch in San Bernardino as part of an experimental commercial hemp partnership.
The Farmacy Santa Barbara opens its doors to the public, becoming the city’s first Adult Use cannabis dispensary.
Glass House Brands’ ~22,000 sq. ft. cannabis manufacturing and processing facility commences operations.
Padaro,” Glass House Farms’ second cultivation site, completes its first full-capacity harvest utilizing all 355,000 sq. ft., more than doubling previous cultivation output.
In December, Glass House Farms reaches #2-selling brand in the Flower Category (Source: BDS Analytics).
GHB opens its fourth retail location, Farmacy Berkeley.
Glass House Brands is awarded two additional Santa Barbara County retail licenses in Santa Ynez & Isla Vista.
De-SPAC transaction with Mercer Park Brand Acquisition Corp. is finalized; Glass House Brands begins trading on the NEO Exchange under ticker symbol GLAS.A.U.
In July, Glass House Farms becomes California’s #1-selling brand in the Flower category (Source: BDS Analytics).
Purchase of state-of-the-art, 5.5-million-square-foot SoCal greenhouse cultivation facility closes.
Definitive agreement reached for acquisition of PLUS, California’s #4 edibles brand.
Flagship SoCal Greenhouse facility receives state and local licenses for Phase I operations; 30k clones delivered and cultivation commences.
First harvest at SoCal facility completed ahead of schedule.