Jack Russell Farm Brewery was originally built in 1996 by Terry Bonham to brew in the traditional English style. David Coody and his family bought the brewery in 2010 and brought with them a West Coast influence and a passion for innovating classic beer styles. A local favorite, Jack Russell is one of the oldest continuously-operating breweries in the greater Sacramento area.

Jack Russell invites you to see craft differently.

The brewery features a tasting room with a selection of year-round and seasonal beers, ciders, meads and wines. Visitors are greeted by an open patio overlooking the farm and llama fields (yes, llamas) with picnic tables, corn hole and space to spread out and enjoy the fresh air and colorful sunsets. The farm sits on 11 acres, with two acres each of blackberries, blueberries and apples and one-half acre planted with hops for use in brewing. The estate-grown hops (Cascade, Chinook and Columbus) for special-release beers available only in the tasting room.  Special accommodations may be made for large parties, limos and limo buses, please contact the taproom for information.


Brewery Stats:

  • 15 bbl. Brewhouse
  • Four (4) 30 bbl. fermenting tanks
  • Two (2) 20 bbl. fermenting tanks
  • Two (2) 15 bbl. fermenting tanks
  • Bottling line (canning line coming in 2019)
  • Annual production capacity: 1,300 bbl.



2380 Larsen Dr
Camino, CA
ph: (530) 647-6222
Monday-Friday, 11am to dusk (just after sunset)
Saturday/Sunday, 10am to dusk (you get the idea)
*Note: Hours differ during Apple Hill Season

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