More Than 80 Craft Beers Greet Northern California Beer Drinkers
The people will be pouring into a tiny no-stoplight Northern California town and the beer will be flowing on Saturday;, May 12, for the annual Boonville Beer Festival.
Some arrive on a party bus from San Francisco – good idea – and others simply roll out of sleeping bags from the adjacent campground. Better idea!
The Boonville Beer Festival is the big event of the year for the Anderson Valley Brewing Company, a craft beer drinkers paradise, whose brewery, tasting room and even full 18-hole frisbee golf course is just a mile away from the Mendocino County Fairgrounds.
There are 80 micro and craft breweries pouring from kegs and live music in a sunshine-splashed location. Even though it’s in a remote place, 125 miles north of San Francisco, it attracts 7,000 people.
Hey, when there’s good beer being served at a great party scene, it’s worth a road trip. Stay and play or just roll up for the day.
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