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Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but sometimes, playing a poor hand well.

JACK LONDON

 

Soon to be located at Cornerstone in Sonoma, Jack London Taproom will be a local purveyor of fine craft beer from breweries throughout Northern California.

Opening in late summer 2017, Jack London Taproom is an homage to legendary author Jack London, and the time he spent in Sonoma County. We capture the creative essence and adventurous spirit of Jack, and share this lifestyle with you. Pull up a stool and join us - as Jack said, "Life is so short. I would rather sing one song than interpret the thousand."

 

Phone

(707) 933-3010

 

Location

Soon to be at
Cornerstone
23570 Arnold Drive
Sonoma, CA 95476

 

Hours

Check back once we're open!

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HAVE YOU MET JACK?

Jack London was widely known for his personal exploits. A colorful, controversial personality, London was often in the news.  Generally fun loving, he was quick to side with the underdog against injustice of any kind.  An eloquent public speaker, he was much sought after as a lecturer on socialism and other economic and political topics. Most people considered London a living symbol of rugged individualism, a man whose fabulous success was not due to special favor of any kind, but to a combination of immense mental ability and vitality.

The natural beauty of Sonoma Valley was not lost on Jack London. The magnificent vistas and rolling hills of Glen Ellen were an ideal place for Jack and Charmian to relax and enjoy the natural life.  'When I first came here, tired of cities and people, I settled down on a little farm...130 acres of the most beautiful, primitve land to be found in California.'  Though the farm was badly run down, he reveled in its natural beauty. 'All I wanted,' London said later, 'was a quiet place in the counry to write and loaf in and get out of Nature that something which we all need, only the most of us don't know it.'