By Jay Brooks
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 at 10:08 am in On Beer.
There have been rumors floating around for a few months now, and it’s been no secret that owner Ken Allen has been trying to sell his Anderson Valley Brewery for several years. According to the North Bay Business Journal, it looks like a sale is now official. The terms have not been disclosed, but pending the necessary approvals, a sale is expected to close next month. The buyer is HMB Holdings LLC, a company created for the purchase by Trey White, a former VP with United States Beverage. In addition to the USB portfolio, White has also worked with such brands as Goose Island, SLO and Grolsch. Anderson Valley will continue to be brewed at its present facilities in Boonville, California.