The Story of Horse Tongue Wheat

Ever wonder how this unique wheat beer got its name? Long before we built our current sour barrel room, the building that houses it used to serve as a barn for Shire horses (we used to give carriage ride tours around our 26-acre brewery grounds…those were the days!)  At the time, our sour program had […]

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It’s Blood Orange season…so make a cocktail!

With December marking the start of Blood Orange season, we thought we’d take advantage of their raspberry-like citrus notes and create a refreshing holiday shandy using our Blood Orange Gose.  Inspired by an original cocktail recipe from our friends at Merchant in Madison, WI, we combine fresh blood orange juice, simple syrup, and our favorite bourbon, […]

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Fal Allen: Brewmaster and Volunteer Firefighter

With proceeds from this year’s Legendary Boonville Beer Festival, The Wee Boont Foundation generously donated over $140,000 to multiple non-profits throughout the Anderson Valley.  One of the most important recipients is the Anderson Valley Fire Department, of which our brewmaster Fal Allen is a volunteer lieutenant.  We recently sat down with him to talk about the […]

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