Farm Breweries Trail


Farm Breweries Trail

The agricultural side of beer production is an integral part to the story of Loudoun’s breweries. The Farm Breweries itinerary guides you along the Loudoun beer industry’s agricultural center through scenic tasting rooms where the ingredients are grown onsite. Virginia is home to compatible climate, soil and landscape that make it ideal for growing hops, and these breweries allow you to fully enjoy the farm to growler experience.

Old 690

Stop 1:

Old 690 Brewing Company utilizes Virginia malts and hops grown from their own farm to deliver craft ales with a uniquely local touch. Their Old 690 Beer and Pot Hole Porter pay homage to the road that connects Hillsboro and Purcellville.  

Great view with a beer on the terrace of Dirt Farm Brewing
Beer with a view

Stop 2:

Dirt Farm Brewing ideally captures the way of life for the owners, The Zurschmeide’s. Lifelong farmers in Western Loudoun, their passion for cultivating the earth first brought them into the wine industry, and now turned a home brew hobby into Loudoun’s latest farm brewery. With plenty of outdoor seating overlooking gorgeous and vast hops fields, you’ll come for the brews, and stay for the views.

Stop 3:

Quattro Goomba’s Brewery is one of Loudoun’s newest breweries and is co-located with Quattro Goomba’s Winery. With easy access off both Routes 50 and 15, Quattro Goomba is a great addition to any beer itinerary. Enjoy their great views of horse country and an ever growing tap list as you map out the rest of your day. Be sure to grab a slice of their handmade Sicilian style pizza to help fuel your trip. 

Stop 4:

Barnhouse Brewery opened in 2012 in Leesburg, before temporarily closing to move to a more relaxed setting upon 18 acres of land in Lucketts in 2016. Barnhouse focuses less on odd ingredients, and more on delivering easy to drink beers utilizing local ingredients. Hops are grown on the premise, along with other brewing ingredients. 

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Stop 5:

Vanish is a farmwoods brewery set in the middle of over 50 acres of forests and fields in Lucketts, Virginia. They make beer with a reverent and watchful eye toward nature, often collaborating with innovative beer makers. They provide a refuge for those seeking a connection with the wild, living world through our beer and the beauty of their physical setting.