Anderson Valley Brewing Company

Anderson Valley Brewing Company

Infobox Brewery
name = Anderson Valley Brewing Company

caption =
location = Boonville, California, U.S.
owner = Kenneth Allen (independent)
opened = 1987
production =
url =
active_beers = brewbox_beer|name=Boont Amber Ale|style=Amber ale brewbox_beer|name=Hop Ottin' India Pale Ale|style=India pale ale brewbox_beer|name=Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout|style=Oatmeal stout brewbox_beer|name=Poleeko Gold Pale Ale|style=Pale ale brewbox_beer|name=Boont Extra Special Beer|style=Extra special bitter brewbox_beer|name=Deependers Dark Porter|style=Porter brewbox_beer|name=High Rollers Wheat Beer|style=Wheat beer
seasonal_beers = brewbox_beer|name=Summer Solstice Cerveza Crema|style=Cream ale brewbox_beer|name=Winter Solstice Seasonal Ale|style=Winter ale

Anderson Valley Brewing Company, founded in 1987, is a regional brewery in Boonville, Mendocino County, California. Its brews include Boont Amber Ale, Hop Ottin' India Pale Ale, and Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout. They often use words and phrases from the local Boontling lingo on their bottles and packaging, as well as in some of their beer names (e.g. Hop Ottin'). Their products can be recognized by their distinctive packaging featuring the company mascot, the "Boonville beer". This fictional Anderson Valley native is part bear, part deer and looks like a bear with antlers.

The company is highly environmentally conscious, and has installed an $860,000 photovoltaic array which provides half of the company's electrical needs with a peak of 125 kilowatts of solar power.cite press release |title=Anderson Valley Now Brewing Solar Powered Beer |publisher=Anderson Valley Brewing Company |date=2006-02-06 |url= |accessdate=2008-09-05 |quote= ] The array is the largest photovoltaic array north of San Francisco and is believed to be the largest photovoltaic array of any brewery. The brewery also operates its own wastewater treatment plant and uses its spent yeast to grow mushrooms and as cattle feed. [cite press release |title=AVBC Receives Fifth WRAP Award |publisher=Anderson Valley Brewing Company |date=September 2005 |url= |accessdate=2008-09-05 |quote= ] [ [ AVBC Shire Horses] ] [cite press release |title=WRAP Recognizes AVBC With Third Waste Reduction Award |publisher=Anderson Valley Brewing Company |date=November 2003 |url= |accessdate=2008-09-05 |quote= ]


External links

* [ Official Site] - website of the AVBC

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