On the site of a former apple cannery, this cluster of buildings celebrates Sonoma County's "maker" culture with an inspired combination production space and marketplace. The complex contains microbreweries and wine-making facilities, along with areas where people create or sell crafts, large-scale artworks, and artisanal food, herbs, and beverages. There's even a studio where artists using traditional methods are creating the world’s largest thangka (Tibetan painting). Only club members can visit the anchor wine tenant, Kosta Browne, but La Follette, MacPhail, and other small producers have tasting rooms open to the public. Warped Brewing Company and Woodfour Brewing Company make and sell ales on-site, and you can have a nip of gin or bourbon at Spirit Works Distillery. From July through October the complex hosts a Thursday-night street fair, with live music and even more vendors.