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Heritage Public House

Lots of questions about new craft pub

Heritage Public House /WB Photography

Lots of folks asking me about “Heritage Public House”, which is actually the renamed Hopyard at Vintner’s Square.

The new space features a revolving lineup of California craft brews Thursday through Sunday (ie: Moylan’s Kilt Lifter, Ruth McGowan’s Monster Brown Ale, Triple Voo Doo Brewing Inception). They’ll also be hosting comedy, music and open-mic nights and have local food trucks serving up food . The name flip happened after owner Dino D’Argenzio discovered the Hopyard name was copyrighted by a Pleasanton brewery. Heritage Public House better reflects “paying homage to the history of the craft brewing industry of our Golden State.” said D’Argenzio.

Vintner’s Square is a rehabbed retail center thats evolved into a self-contained winemaking center housing D’Argenzio, Krutz and Sheldon wines along with Squires Cigar Shop and Lounge and the Wineyard Tasting Room.

Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 4-10pm; Sunday noon to 6pm. 1305-A Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa.

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