HenHouse Brewing Company, founded in 2011, is in their words ‘stoked’ about the opening of their long awaited taproom. Longtime Sonoma County natives Scott Goyne, Shane Goepel and Collin McDonnell are the three man partnership that brought HenHouse Brewing to south Santa Rosa from it’s original home in Petaluma.

The new brewery and taproom, located at 322 Bellevue Ave. in Santa Rosa, will host the official grand opening party today, Saturday March 5th. The taproom will eventually feature a total of 21 taps, 15 for beer and the other 6 to showcase house made non-alcoholic beverages.

For now, Henhouse is offering just over half a dozen beers on tap, which include saisons, stouts and hop driven ales that have gained them fans and recognition. They will also debut Stony Point Sour, a saison aged in white wine barrels with Sonoma County Chardonnay juice, strawberries and boysenberries. Red Horse Pizza will be selling food there throughout the weekend.

The all day celebration will begin at 11am and will continue until closing at 9pm. For taproom hours, directions and more information click HERE.

-Peter Lopez Jr.


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