Souther Humboldt Brewery • Gyppo Ale Mill

gyp•po |ˈjipō|

BREWERY, TAP ROOM AND RESTAURANT

CURRENT HOURS:
Wednesday through Friday :: 3PM - 10PM
Saturday & Sunday :: Noon to 10PM
Monday’s :: 3PM to 10PM

The Gyppo Ale Mill is Shelter Cove’s first & ONLY craft brewery and taproom. It has long been a dream of ours to combine our love for beer, family and community. This dream has had it’s ups and down but it is a dream that we hold strong to.

Our goals for the Gyppo Ale Mill is to server you kick-ass quality beers, superb food humbly served in a warm and friendly space. If you know us than you’ll know that family is extremely important part of who we are. Integrating our family into this project is just a part of how we do things. If you are looking for a new nightclub or all night dive bar, we’re sorry to disappoint. That will not be us. If you are looking for a place kick up your heels, see some familiar friendly faces, eat some quality food and wash it down with a good beer, then we’re on the same page.

Thanks you for your continued patience & support of us.

Cheers to an Independent & Freewheeling life!

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Latin Peppers :: Live Music

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A Humboldt favorite, Latin Peppers are coming to Shelter Cove! Join us for a great night of Latin music and dancing.

Called the "best Latin band north of the Bay Area,” the Latin Peppers always bring irresistible, high energy salsa and Latin dance music with an Afro-Cuban feel. The members have many years performing experience throughout the Northcoast, led by Jimmy Durchslag on trombone, who also does the arrangements. Jimmy has appeared with numerous Latin bands including local favorites Ponche and Kachimbo. He teaches the Latin ensemble at the annual Lark Music Camp in Mendocino. Orlando Morales plays timbales, congas and percussion. He has been a stalwart of the Latin scene in the SF Bay Area for many years. The group also includes Jennifer Dominick on piano, Andy Barnett, leader of the Garberville Town Band, on trumpet, Lee Phillips on bass, and Arnold Morales on congas. The Latin Peppers strongly reflect the dance music of Cuba ranging from John Coltrane to Maraca, Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Buena Vista Social Club and Mongo Santamaria, all with compelling rhythms that showcase tight ensemble playing and soulful improvisation.

Cheers to a Freewheeling Life!