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Melanie Wong | Apr 21, 201311:45 PM     17

Healdsburg Shed, a modern grange, opened its doors last Tuesday. I did a quick walk through on Friday afternoon. The airy, light-filled retail and food prep space features seating inside and out with a second floor gallery for events. The beautifully curated local sustainable food, drink and ingredients are simple and the highest quality. The shelves aren't full, and many items had no prices marked yet, so it's hard to assess value at this point.

The Fermentation Bar was ready for business with all its taps spoken for, offering wine, beer, kombucha, hard cider, and shrubs on draft, as shown on the menus below, as well as bottled stock.

At this stage, it's definitely a work in progress.

Healdsburg Shed
25 North St
Healdsburg, CA
707-431-7433
http://healdsburgshed.com/

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