Whether you decide on beer, wine, or whiskey, Petaluma Drinks is a weekend-tasting extravaganza celebrating all the tremendous craft alcohol manufacturers in town. Set for the weekend of June 15-16, this occasion gives a rare hazard to flavor all of the first-rate Petaluma has to provide, plus visit tasting rooms, several of which aren’t usually open to the general public. The petalumadrinks.Com website is a sound installation.
Both for purchasing tickets and navigating the entire weekend of activities. The early bird tickets have sold out; however, at $65, the regular tickets are a deal that includes a tasting visit for every participant, plus a voucher for one free meal item from the centrally located The Block – Petaluma, our downtown food truck park. Additionally, the hosts may have unique discounts for those who need to purchase a fave bottle to take domestic.
The listing of individuals covers pretty much each drink manufacturer in Petaluma. Some you can have visited earlier than, along with our breweries (HenHouse, 101 North, Lagunitas, and Dempsey’s), while others are commonly most effective to be had through the bottle. The event offers a great way to attempt our neighborhood specialties without committing to a complete buy. And even as a few can be serving straight out in their production facility, many may be pouring together in shared places. It changed via events such as this one. I became partial to Acre and Spade and Ethic Ciders and spirit manufacturers Sonoma Coast Spirits, Stillwater Spirits, and Griffo Distillery.
You can also go to downtown’s first spirit tasting room, Barber Lee Spirits, across the alley from sister Barber Cellars. Other Petaluma Gap winemakers will encompass Keller Estate, Adobe Road, Azari, Black Knight, Fogline, Karah, Kastania, Leghorn, McEvoy, Sonoma Coast Vineyards and the super one-of-a-kind Model Farm. Sonoma Port Works, Sonoma Aperitif, Bitter Girl Bitters, and Monarch Bitters may also be sampling their wares.