Wineries

Ukiah is home to the nation’s first organic winery, first carbon-neutral winery, greenest winery, and is centrally located to over 30 tasting rooms. Experience wine from America’s Greenest Wine Region in casual, intimate settings. Most tastings are free and you’ll rarely have to wait. And, most likely, you’ll meet the winery owners and winemakers in person. Click here for a list of wineries surrounding Ukiah and for more information about all Mendocino County Wineries, go to www.mendowine.com.

Microbreweries

Ukiah is also home to award-winning pioneers of the microbrew world. The original Ukiah Brewing Company was the nation’s first certified organic brewpub/restaurant in 2001 and it has been revitalized and is open again as of 2017. Mendocino Brewing Co., also located in Ukiah, opened the first post-prohibition brewpub in California, in 1983.

Ukiah Brewing Co. & Restaurant – On State Street downtown, produces handcrafted ales and lagers in the Ukiah Brewing Company brewhouse. On any given day, you can sample multiple house-made beers on tap, as well as several "guest" beers. Check them out at Ukiah Brewing Company & Restaurant.

Mendocino Brewing Ale House – The Mendocino Brewing Ale House is located in Ukiah, near their brewery and on the south side of town at 1252 Airport Park Blvd. You can’t get the beer any fresher and this brewery takes great pride in being pioneers of products that beer lovers all over the country have made legendary. High brewing standards and a commitment to quality are the result of MBC’s obsession with giving its customers outstanding ales.

Mendocino Brewing Ale House has up to 17 varieties of beer on tap, including an exclusive rotating Hopland Brewery “Special on Tap.” For your entertainment, the Ale House has a pool table, dart board, jukebox and two HDTVs. For information, call (707) 467-2337 or go to www.mendobrew.com.

Also nearby, Anderson Valley Brewery embraces Boontling, the fun folk language native to the Anderson Valley and hosts an 18-hole disc golf course. The visitor center and tasting room are open Saturday-Thursday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Fridays from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 17700 Hwy 253, Boonville. Call (707) 895-BEER or go to www.avbc.com for more information.

About Visit Ukiah

The Visit Ukiah Program is spreading the news about the Ukiah Valley. Funded by the lodging tax from local hotels and managed by a seven member advisory group with local representatives from the retail, wine, hotel, tourism, and art sectors, the program is responsible for marketing Ukiah as a destination for leisure vacations and business meetings to improve the City’s tax base and grow Ukiah’s stock in the State’s tourism industry.