Join us at Haven Gastropub in Orange on Tuesday, April 1st for a Tap Takeover featuring Anderson Valley Brewing Company! The following beers will be on tap at 6 PM: Winter Solstice – [...]
Join us at Haven Gastropub in Orange on Tuesday, April 1st for a Tap Takeover featuring Anderson Valley Brewing Company!
The following beers will be on tap at 6 PM:
- Winter Solstice – Winter Warmer, 6.9%
- Pinchy Jeek – Pumpkin Beer, 8.5%
- Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout – Stout, 6.9%
- Gatlin Damnosus – Sour/Wild Ale, 8.8%
- Basil IPA – IPA, 7.0%
- Mendo Mello – American Pale Ale, 5.5%
- Horn of the Beer – Barleywine, 10.3%
About Anderson Valley Brewing Company:
Founded in 1987, the Anderson Valley Brewing Company brewed out of a 10-barrel brewhouse, located in the lower level of its brewpub, The Buckhorn Saloon. Gleaming stainless steel vats brewed and fermented barley and other specialty grains to create outstanding ales, porters, stouts, and wheat beers. These brews began as a dream of Kenneth Allen to create the smoothest tasting ales available anywhere.
When the demand for their award winning ales exceeded the capacity of the 10-barrel brewery below the pub, theybuilt their present 30-barrel facility at the corner of Highways 128 and 253, a mile from the center of Boonville. That was in 1996, and this brewery saw themthrough a dramatic period of growth, which included the introduction of a 12 ounce bottling line and a production level of 15,000 barrels in 1998, twice the amount brewed in 1997.
Yet, the brewery’s growth was outpacing its larger space and expanded capacity. In 1998, construction began on a state-of-the-art, three-story Bavarian-style brewhouse. The centerpieces of the brewhouse are gleaming 100- and 85- barrel copper brew kettles rescued by Ken Allen fromdefunct German breweries during a trip to Europe in 1995. The new brewhouse went online in August of 2000.
By 2010 Ken Allen decided to retire and began to search for a successor to continue the Anderson Valley commitment to quality. In April of 2010 the brewery sold to industry veteran Trey White. In September of that yearFal Allen (former general manager 2000 – 2004, no relation to Ken) returned to the brewery as brewmaster. White has focused on innovation and quality, introducing the BahlHornin’ Series, expanding the barrel aged program, and increasing brewing capacity.
(Tuesday) 6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
190 S. Glassell Street, Orange, California 92866
Haven Gastropub & Anderson Brewing