Kintnersville, Pa. -- The Great Barn Brewery saved the family farm with farm to glass brews representing the historic property.
Steve Ferguson and his wife Maryana were exploring ways to save the farm after his father moved on from the property.
They wanted to keep it a working farm and decided to convert the barn that was once home to a goat dairy into a brewery.
The fields were planted to produce barley and the Great Barn Brewery turned out its first beer in 2016.
Now the brewery makes over 35 varieties of beer, with a New Hope Tap Room and a Warrington Tap House where guests can drink the brews.
The brewery not only saved the farm, but it also gave it a bigger purpose, making it the first Pennsylvania brewery to grow its own grain for brewing.
665 Kintners Road, Kintnersville, PA 18930
New Hope Tap Room: 12 West Mechanic Street, New Hope, PA 18938
Warrington Tap House: 1500 Main Street, Warrington, PA 18976