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IMPORTANT: Planning a trip during Boonville Beer Fest or soon thereafter?

Planning a trip to see us during Boonville Beer Fest or soon thereafter? Please take note of the following important changes:   **Hours of Operation: Fri    4/29: 9am – TBD  Sat   4/30: 8am -12pm (we will close 1-5pm for Beerfest)          4/30: 5pm – TBD Sun  5/01: 8am – TBD **No brewery tours or tasting flights […]

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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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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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ANDERSON VALLEY BREWING COMPANY AND WILD TURKEY® BOURBON EXPAND BOURBON BARREL-AGED CRAFT BEER DISTRIBUTION

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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Attending the Boonville Beer Festival

And once again the festival season is upon us. As one of the people that helps put on the Boonville Beer Festival and a hard core Beer Geek (or as I prefer to be called a socially challenged beer enthusiast), who better to give you a few tips on attending The Boonville Beer Festival. As […]

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