The saying goes that it “takes a lot of beer to make good wine.” Perhaps that is why craft beer has become so popular in the Santa Ynez Valley wine country located in Santa Barbara County. Residents and visitors revel in the growth of the craft beer industry throughout the towns of Buellton, Ballard, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Santa Ynez and Solvang. Santa Ynez Valley Craft Beer Month will be held during the entire month of May 2014 as an extension of American Craft Beer Week. Craft Beer lovers can learn, taste and dine with a truly incredible offering of events such as special tastings, a beer festival, classes, dinners, demos and more.
Visitors can plan their own Craft Beer trip throughout the Santa Ynez Valley anytime with the newly updated SYV Craft Beer Trail Map. Grab a printed version at any valley brew stop or find a printable map here.
September 4 - February 2, 2015
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company
Football season is in full swing starting September 4, 2014 and Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company is celebrating with special events and deals in their Buellton Taproom located at 45 Industrial Way in Buellton, California. With the full NFL package on tv, football fans can immerse themselves in the game. Wear your favorite team’s jersey during […]Details + Add to Itinerary
On Thursday, October 16th, PHP will celebrate “World Food Day” with an “Empty Bowls: Dine and Donate” campaign to highlight the fact that in the United States and even in the Santa Ynez and Los Alamos Valleys, many children and adults go to bed hungry. There are two fundraising components to this campaign. First, there […]Details + Add to Itinerary
October 25 @ 1:00 pm - October 25 @ 4:00 pm
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company has embraced cask ale via their cask program run by Head Brewer of Santa Barbara, Kevin C. Ashford. Each taproom boasts a cask engine for new releases every “Firkin Friday” featuring many of their standard ales. These casks contain high quality ingredients such as hops, spices, coffee, cacao, and even locally […]Details + Add to Itinerary