Old Caz Beer - Sebastopol, California

The name, Old Caz Brewing, comes from Old Cazadero Road, an overgrown and downright Jurassic path that connects the northern California towns of Guerneville and Cazadero. These were old logging towns in the late 1880s, and still retain a good amount of the wild, pioneer character. Old Caz is quintessential West County, which is our favorite part of what we consider to the be the greatest place on Earth: Sonoma County.


Donner Ski Ranch - Norden, California

Among the oldest and most iconic ski areas in the Western U.S., Donner Ski Ranch is a family-friendly resort in the Lake Tahoe area that features a wide variety of terrain, inviting skiers and riders of all abilities to enjoy the fully-featured mountain oasis.

Gerard's Paella - Occidental, California

With his giant paella pans, buckets of ocean-fresh seafood, baskets of farm-fresh vegetables and big helping of personal charm, Gerard travels with all the ingredients required to create a truly memorable culinary event.

Sixty Six South - San Francisco, California

Sixty Six South is a one-man soft goods operation, mainly focused (but not exclusively) on bicycle accessories. Everything is designed, measured, cut and sewn in San Francisco's Richmond District.