Anderson Valley Announces Return Of Blood Orange Gose

   The widely popular sour session beer is now available in bottles   Boonville, CA (September 15, 2015)   Anderson Valley Brewing Company announced today the highly anticipated return of their Blood Orange Gose. Slated as a seasonal release from October through March, shipments of Blood Orange Gose draft as well as twelve-ounce cans will begin […]

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2015 Boontfling Disc Golf Tournament Results

With nearly 250 disc golfers descending upon Boonville, CA this past weekend (Aug.15 – Aug. 16) for our annual Boontfling, both the competition and the weather started to heat up quickly.  Golfers endured +100 degree temps and smoke-filled air due to the regional fires, but many persevered through the challenges of weather and their competition […]

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Highway 128 Session Series: Interview with Andy Hooper

We recently sat down with Andy Hooper, Director of Brewing Operations, to talk about our Highway 128 Session Series and its latest addition, The Kimmie, The Yink, and The Holy Gose.  Here’s what he had to say: Can you tell us a little about the Highway 128 series? The Highway 128 Series is a lineup […]

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Beyond The Barrel: Acacia Cooper

Welcome to the first installment of our “Beyond The Barrel” series, where we take a look at the people behind the scenes here at Anderson Valley Brewing Company. Today we’re featuring Acacia Cooper, our R&D brewer.  She’s primarily devoted to brewing our experimental/one-off beers such as Wee Geech, Centennial Pilsner, and Nettied Madge Black IPA, […]

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Soak Up The Solstice Photo Contest and Untappd Badge!

PLEASE NOTE: THE PHOTO CONTEST AND UNTAPPD BADGE HAVE EXPIRED. Although summer doesn’t officially begin until the summer solstice on Friday, June 21st, we’re starting the celebration early and want you to “Soak Up The Solstice” with us!  Whether it’s sharing photos in our Instagram contest, earning a new badge on Untappd®, or attending one of […]

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HANDCRAFTED ANDERSON VALLEY BEERS ARE AGED IN SELECT WILD TURKEY BARRELS FROM THE ICONIC KENTUCKY BOURBON DISTILLERY Boonville, CA (April 30, 2013) – Expanding its first line of world-class bourbon barrel-aged craft beers, Anderson Valley Brewing Company and Wild Turkey® Bourbon announced today that Anderson Valley Brewery has begun bottled production of its Anderson Valley […]

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Bring Back The 80’s At The 17th Annual Legendary Boonville Beer Festival (May 4th, 2013)

With less than 7 days and counting until the 17th Annual Legendary Boonville Beer Festival, Anderson Valley Brewing Company and The Wee Boont Foundation are working hard to make this year’s event the best ever!  If you didn’t already know, every year we choose a “theme” and encourage attendees to dress up.  Well, this year’s […]

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Our Share Your Solstice Contest is underway!

Would you like to win cool Anderson Valley swag like pint glasses, koozies, or even say… VIP tickets to the 2013 Boonville Beerfest?  What if we told you it was as easy as sharing a photo or tweeting a story of how our Winter Solstice Seasonal Ale makes the holiday season a little better? Well, […]

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Heelch O’ Hops Double IPA Press Release

  Anderson Valley Brewing Company to Release New Double IPA “Heelch O’ Hops” to replace Imperial IPA as year-round offering Boonville, CA (October 24, 2012) Anderson Valley Brewing Company announced today that it will be adding a new Double India Pale Ale to its Mendonesia™ series of beers.  “Heelch O’ Hops” (meaning “a whole lot” […]

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Humboldt Beer Week: A disc golfer’s dream

    10/8/12 Wow, what a weekend!  After 3 days of great craft beer, 60+ holes of disc golf, and hiking around the beautiful coastal redwoods, I’m beat.  If you have never made the trip to Humboldt County to enjoy their many disc golf courses, you are truly missing out.   I would highly suggest […]

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