At Lone Mountain Farms we do things a little different including our beer styles. We don't follow hard fast style guides instead letting the ingredients dictate the flavors. Our naming convention follows life on the farm.
An IPA inspired hop forward ale.
A thresher is a farm machine for separating grain and seed crops from their chaff and straw. We use two different types of threshers; one built into our pull behind combine and the other stationary. Both types serve different purposes in our operation.
A hoppy Red ale.
A harrow is an implement for breaking up and smoothing out the surface of the soil. Typically pulled behind a tractor or horse.
Sahti style beer that was filtered through fir tips. This unique beer is phenomenal. We hope you enjoy it!
Foraging on the farm is a great way to supplement many missing flavors for cooking and brewing. We fresh foraged the distinct flavors you taste in this great beer.
This is our session lager for the farmhands. It's light, malty and amazing. Great for the hot days!
A farmhand is a hired person on the farm. We have many tasks on the farm that require farmhands and we're always happy to share a beer after a hard day's work.
A dark dunkel lager. This is our workhorse of a lager with fantastic roasted and malted character.
A farm was only as good as its workhorse. A lot of care and attention went into caring for the farm's workhorses. If the workhorse was sick or lame the farm would come to a hault.
An oktoberfest/Märzen malt forward style beer. An oktoberfest like you've never tasted.
Harvestfest is a celebration of conclusion of the season.
A specialty fruit style beer featuring honeyberries.
Easy to harvest and high valued the farm's berry patches often supplemented the income in the summer if the birds don't get them first. We started our berry patch with honeyberries, blueberries and raspberries.
A festive imperial ale brewed for the holidays.
A high gravity dark ale made with honey and barrel aged to perfection.