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28 ACRE FARM BREWERY OUTSIDE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.!

  • 999 people
  • 5 hr min
  • 1219680 sq/ft
Olney, MD
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Lone Oak is not just a brewery at a farm. Rather, it’s a farm with a brewery. It’s 28.66 acres of bucolic fields and streams, a pond and wide open spaces. It’s wildflowers and wildlife. It’s crops – barley and hops – and berries and hay. It’s bees raised to produce honey. It’s sunsets and a majestic, pre-Civil War oak tree. It’s our brewhouse – carefully built, piece by piece by world-class craftsmen, using local lumber for the porch posts, beams, and bar. It’s a tap room that feels like home. A little bit of all of this is infused in each pint of Lone Oak’s craft beer. If only the Lone Oak could talk... It would tell you about how it marked a boundary that separated families who were on opposite sides of the Civil War — union supporters on this side, confederate supporters beyond. It would tell you about the former owner of The Oaks, as it was known back then – The Griffiths, and then Samuel Riggs IV of the Riggs and Sandy Spring Bank family. Riggs enlisted during WWII and bought the farm in 1949. He built a reputation for his dedication to farming and his church, dabbled in genealogy –and served as chairman of Sandy Spring Bank for more than 30 years. It would also tell you about a former owner’s beloved dog, Mac, who died in 1918 and whose headstone still sits close to MD-108. But more than anything, The Lone Oak would tell you it’s glad for its view. When Chris and Charlie Miller met Ralph and Ryan Mollet, the Miller brothers knew they had found the right partners for the farm brewery project they envisioned. The Mollets shared the Millers’ values – hard work, an entrepreneurial drive, and loyalty – and, like the Millers, they prioritized family, friends, and faith. They also liked beer. The Millers and Mollets combined these values and passions to make their dream this reality – Lone Oak Farm Brewing Company. Welcome. We’re glad you’re here.

Category and style

Farm/Ranch

Americana/Anywhere America

Parking

Private parking for 500 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
1219680 sq ft

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Double Sink
Coffered Ceiling
Exposed Beams
High Ceiling
Helicopter Pad
Kitchen
Loading Bay/Loading Dock
Patio
Playground Or Kid-Friendly
Glass Doors
Roller Garage Door
Wood Doors
Gravel/Dirt Driveway
Backyard
Barn
Columns
Front yard
Garage (Attached)
Helicopter Pad
Large Grounds
Playground/Swings
Walkway
Concrete Floor
Large Yard
Closet
Dressing Room
Stainless Steel Kitchen
Patio
Screened Porch
Wrap-Around Porch
Valley View
Colored Walls
Pond/Stream/Creek
Picture/Stationary Windows

Crew access

Street Level
Wheelchair / Handicap Access

Questions

  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Melissa allows 999 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Melissa allows production, events and meetings

  • Q: How many square feet is the location?

    A: 28 ACRE FARM BREWERY OUTSIDE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.! is 1219680 sq/ft

Location
Exact location provided after booking
from $133/hr