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The Barlow

  • 6770 McKinley St. Map It
  • Sebastopol
  • Market/Bazaar

Published 07/06/2016

Fodor's Review

A multibuilding complex on the site of a former apple cannery, The Barlow celebrates Sonoma County's "maker" culture with tenants who produce or sell wine, beer, spirits, crafts, clothing, art, and artisanal food, and herbs. Only club members can visit the anchor wine tenant, Kosta Browne, but MacPhail, Wind Gap, and Marimar Estate have tasting rooms open to the public. Crooked Goat Brewing and Woodfour Brewing Company make and sell ales, and you can have a nip of vodka, gin, sloe gin, or wheat and rye whiskey at Spirit Works Distillery. In 2018, an artist using traditional methods should be completing his five-year project to create the world’s largest thangka (Tibetan painting). During summer and early fall, the complex hosts a Thursday-night street fair, with live music and more vendors.

Sight Information

Address:

6770 McKinley St., at Morris St., off Hwy. 12, Sebastopol, California, 95472, USA

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Phone:

707-824–5600

Sight Details:

  • Complex free; tasting fees at wineries, breweries, distillery

Published 07/06/2016

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