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Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry, Basil Gooden

A Busy Time as a Dirt Farmer

It is indeed a very busy time to be a dirt farmer.  We successfully harvested our hops with an impressive yield delivered to our friends at Black Hops Farm in Lucketts for processing. Trent with Three Monkeys gave us a hand cleaning our Thoroughbred, 6-row barley. 8000 lbs will be sent to Pilot Malt House in Michigan. Why Michigan?…

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2018 Beer Bloggers & Writers Conference

2018 Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference Comes to Loudoun

Very exciting news for Loudoun County! The Governor of Virginia announced today that Visit Loudoun and the LoCo Ale Trail will be the host of the 2018 Beer Bloggers and Writers Conference, the preeminent gathering of influential bloggers, writers and social media specialists involved in the beer industry. Press Release Published: Governor.Virginia.gov Released August 8, 2017 RICHMOND – Governor Terry…

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Dirt Farm Brewing Tap Room Bluemont Virginia

Loudoun Small Biz Microbrewers Event a Success

Article from LoudounNow Published Friday, May 19, 2017 (Featured photo by Doug Graham/LoudounNow) Photo Caption: Jessie Puffberger pours a pint at Dirt Farm Brewing. Nested in Blue Ridge Mountains 1 mile outside of the village of Bluemont, the family owned and operated farm sits on 100 acres in Loudoun County. The brewery has spectacular easterly views…

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Dirt Farm Janell Zurschmeide

How Did Dirt Farm Get Started, An Interview with Janell

A big thank you to Pan Asia Resources for the opportunity to share our business story. The article is an interview with Janell Zurschmeide.  Janell speaks to how Dirt Farm started and her thoughts on women in the brewing industry. March 21, 2017 Where did the idea and name for Dirt Farm Brewing come from?…

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