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Six Breweries to Try This Fall

Shayda Windle of Middleburg Life has rounded up a great list of six breweries to try this fall.
“From Small Town Spots to Spacious Farm Breweries” this list has it all!

An excerpt from the article:

“Northern Virginia is home to some of the finest and most innovative breweries in the country. From locally sourced seasonal ales to farm-fresh food trucks and breathtaking views of fall foliage, these six breweries have managed to stay afloat through COVID-19 with social distancing in place.”

“Dirt Farm Brewing offers stunning views overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains and the finest selection of “plow-to-pint craft beers.” From the award-winning Honey Helles brew, a German-style lager with a touch of local honey, to their Tart-31 cherry beer, there’s a little something for everyone.

The Pumpkin ale is a must try seasonal ale made with locally grown pumpkins. Using over 200 pounds of pumpkins per batch, this labor of love is an authentic “plow to pint” pumpkin ale. In addition to craft beers, Dirt Farm offers a diverse menu with a variety of locally sourced ingredients, including Korean pork lettuce wraps and steak tacos created by an in-house chef on location. The brewery is both dog and kid-friendly, and there is plenty of space for everyone to spread out.

Dirt Farm Brewing is located at 18701 Foggy Bottom Road, Bluemont, Va.”

See the full article here >