One of A Kind Idaho Brewery Offers Farm-Craft Beer.
When farm-to-table meets farm-to-glass, you'll find yourself in Northern Idaho enjoying an ice cold beer from a small, diverse Idaho farm at Lone Mountain's base.
The owners, Luke and Emily Black, have taken the farm-to-table concept and have created a brewery based on the same principle, fresh ingredients. In Athol, Idaho, you'll find a must-visit destination called Lone Mountain Farms & Brewery. The location of their farm is ideal for growing hops and grains that you can taste through their farm-craft beer.
According to Lone Mountain Farm & Brewery, they grow over ten types of hops, and their "passion lies in historic and European beer styles." The brewery has food, and the best way to stay updated on its menu is by following them on Facebook or Instagram.
Lone Mountain Farm & Brewery is kid and family-friendly, and if you want to take your dog during the warmer months, they will allow well-behaved dogs on the patio. Just north of Coeur D'Alene, add this to your list of places to visit when you make that weekend trip up north from southern Idaho. Unless you live in northern Idaho, you should get to the farm as soon as possible.
The farm also has eggs that you can purchase on the weekends. So yes, you'll find some chickens on the farm doing what chickens do best.
Location: 25415 N Ramsey Rd, Athol, ID 83801, seasonal hours Friday - Sunday.