Mendocino Brewing’s Hopland Brewery Ale House relocating


(Hopland, CA) – The Hopland Brewery Ale House is relocating its operation from Hopland to Ukiah. Last day of operation at Hopland will be on October 10th, 2010.

The Hopland Brewery Ale House is relocating its operation from Hopland because our lease was not extended by the landlord. We are proud of our 27 years of meritorious service to the local community and to the host of beer lovers from all over the nation, to whom this Ale House was a “Mecca”. Our last day of operation at 13351 South Highway 101 will be Sunday, October 10th, 2010.

We thank the friendly and loyal Hopland community who wholeheartedly welcomed us all these many years. The Hopland Ale House was the “First Brew Pub” in California since prohibition and the second in the US. We are deeply indebted to the host of loyal customers for their constant support and love. They have been as passionate about our beers as we have been in brewing and serving them for these past 27 years. They have helped make our beers the Legends that they have become.

We shall be relocating our Ale House to Ukiah in the next few months and will keep our customers updated on our website, on Facebook and Twitter about the progress in acquiring a new location and the start-up schedule for once more welcoming our old and new customers to this new location with open arms. Remember, because the beers we will pour will be coming directly from our state-of-the-art brewery in Ukiah – they will be 12 miles fresher!

But until that happens, we want you to relive the great memories you had of your visits to the Hopland Ale House, the camaraderie, the warmth of that alehouse and the legendary beers. Hopefully in just a few months, at a new location in Ukiah, it will be yesterday once more.

Thank you for your continuing support.