Just in time for summer we have added two new Farm Trail stops where you can quench your summer thirst and nurture your appreciation for fine wine and/or craft beer!
First up, we have Woodstock Brewhouse. Located just off of Main St. in historic Woodstock the Brewhouse is a recently renovated industrial-age gem of a building. The owners of Woodstock Brewhouse are local Shenandoah Valley residents who all share a love for their community and a passion for craft brewing. They offer a wide variety of beers to wet your whistle with, from Blonde Ale to Brown Ale, to IPA’s to a Lager and even a Saison. There is definitely something for everyone! Is it grub you are looking for? The Woodstock Brewhouse is lucky to share their space with 1752 Barbeque, where you can get your hands on anything from beef brisket to pulled pork, and even sliced turkey or spare ribs. You will definitely not go hungry! For more information on this venue, check them out at: www.woodstockbrewhouse.com.
Next up is Muse Vineyards. They are a family owned and operated winery located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, also in Woodstock, Virginia. Each aspect of the growing, fermenting, pressing, aging and bottling of the wine is done on-site. The winery specializes in the production of premium wines inspired by the practices of the domaine wineries of France and Italy. Each aspect of the growing, fermenting, pressing, aging and bottling of the wine is done on-site. Beginning with carefully-selected estate grown grapes, winemaker Tim Rausse creates wines inspired by the old-world that showcase the remarkable quality and terroir of the Shenandoah Valley. For more information on this remarkable winery, visit: www.musevineyards.com.