The Confederate Army legend John Mosby once roamed this region, leading a cavalry unit on daring raids, and earning the nickname “The Grey Ghost”. While you may not be traveling on horseback, you are sure to spot many on this brewery adventure through Loudoun’s horse country. As you head west, residential communities make way for rolling pastures, and the Blue Ridge Mountains will grow in the horizon.
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, this makes for a great start to any brewery adventure in Loudoun. 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.
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.