|Front view of Wood Ridge Farm Brewery|
And I do mean that he built the brewery himself. The taproom is a two story, log framed structure, built from timber grown and milled on the property. The building is rustic, rough hewn, and hand-made from pine and red cedar harvested from the property. It's unique in the truest sense of the word. It's also perfectly blended with its setting, in the middle of the Nelson County farm with a view of the mountains.
|The taproom bar, all hand made|
In addition to fields of wheat, barley, corn, peanuts, and sunflowers, there are greenhouses, hop fields, and a produce garden located on bottom land next to the Rockfish River. There are also multiple hand built cabins on the property that can be rented out.
|Red cedar stairs ascend to the second floor.|
|The second floor is all open space, suitable for a variety of|
events. Notice the window trim and baseboard.
|This is just one view from the second level balcony that wraps the taproom on three sides.|
|Imagine how good beer will taste with this view to accompany it.|
|Even the doors are hand made.|
|One of the cabins that sits next to the river.|
|The Rockfish River, swollen with recent rain.|
|There are a number of places that like to call themselves "farm breweries," but this is the real deal.|