Anderson Valley The Kimmie

Anderson Valley The Kimmie, The Yink and The Holy Gose

If you are looking for a beer with a local story behind it, boy, does Anderson Valley Brewing Co. has you covered.

The Anderson Valley has its own unique linguistic variation of the English language called Boontling, which is made up of terms invented by the women and children workers in fields around the turn of the century. So, in Bootling, the kimmie means a man (or father), the yink means boy (or son) and the holy gose is a play on the holy ghost. In other words, the name of the beer in Bootling translates to The Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost.