MENDOCINO Co., 11/01/19 — The third annual Mendocino County Homebrew Festival is taking place this Saturday, November 2, the perfect time to sample the newest concoctions from your neighbors and relax after a long week of power shut-offs and wildfires. Organized by the Good Farm Fund, the event will showcase a around 30 local brewers, live music, food trucks, and vote on for the crowd favorite, and help kick off the county-wide Mushroom Feast Mendocino, which begins this week.
The event will be held on Saturday, November 2 in Ukiah from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center; you can purchase tickets in advance here, or at the Mendocino Book Company or Westside Renaissance Market. The beer selected as the “Brewer’s Choice” will be brewed at the Anderson Valley Brewing Company, and featured in a Cultivo “pint night.” Right next door, you’ll also get to enjoy sidewalk sales from the Greater Ukiah Business and Tourism Alliance, and additional offerings from local favorites American Craft Whiskey and Willits’ newest brewery, a former winner at previous festivals, Northspur Brewing.
We expect around 30 top home brewers offering over 50
selections including a few ciders and other surprises, plus a range of
hard to find bonus taps from our sponsors. The event will feature live
music, a rare beer auction and the opportunity for attendees to vote for
the people’s choice winners. A panel of local master brewers will be on
hand also working to select the Brewer’s Choice champion beer which will
be brewed at Anderson Valley Brewing Company and featured in their tap
room and in Ukiah at a pint night at Cultivo. This year there will also
be a parallel outdoor event put on by the Greater Ukiah Business and
Tourism Alliance that will include sidewalk sales by nearby School
Street merchants, games, beer from new brewing company Northspur Brewing of WIllits, wine and a tasting opportunity by American Craft Whiskey along with Farm to Table food from local food trucks.