CBoTB-The New Taproom at Frey’s Brewing

Adam Frey has been brewing beer at his brewery in Mount Airy since 2014, just after Maryland’s farm brewery bill was passed.  Over the next few years, the idea of building a brewery model that included a welcoming taproom became increasingly embraced by Maryland craft brewers and Adam wanted to do the same for Frey’s Brewing Company.  Now, after spending the last two years planning, designing, building and overcoming some local obstacles, the Frey’s Brewing taproom is open!

I spent some time with Adam earlier this week and asked him to describe the taproom.

(Adam Frey from Frey’s Brewing Company talks)

The brewery features a 20-tap system suspended by thick chains attached to a 200 year-old axe-hewn beam that runs across the ceiling.  With 20 available taps, you’ll be able to find a beer that’s right for you, starting with some of their regular beers.

(Adam Frey from Frey’s Brewing Company talks)

Frey’s Brewing Company is located in beautiful farm country, at 8601 Maplewood Road, Mt. Airy and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons.  The barn’s spacious taproom overlooks the fields of the farm and the beer is brewed right below.  Enjoy the serenity of the fields and the warmth of the taproom while you have a Frey’s Brewing beer this weekend!

Cheers!

Jefferson

The Craft Beer Guy

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