About This Event
Fall on the Farm is the annual celebration of fall at Piney River Brewing. In its second year at Piney River, Fall on the Farm will be held at the BARn—the brewery and tap room located off Junction ZZ in Bucyrus.
Featured beers at Fall on the Farm are German Road Oktoberfest and Sweet Potato Ale:
German Road Oktoberfest is a Vienna-style lager beer, malt-forward with a light hop aroma from Hersbrucker, a German hop traditionally used in beers like German Road. As a lager, this beer spends over a month in tank to achieve for an extremely smooth finish.
Sweet Potato Ale is Piney River’s play on the traditional “pumpkin” beers released by many breweries in the fall. The ale’s recipe is based on brewery founder and owner, Joleen Durham’s Sweet Potato Pie recipe, a classic on the family’s Thanksgiving day table. The beer features roasted sweet potatoes, cinnamon and nutmeg in the brewing process.
A limited number of Fall on the Farm steins will be available for purchase on the 12th to be filled with German Road, Sweet Potato Ale, and at least a dozen more varieties of beer handcrafted at Piney River.
Special guests, The Chef’s Table from Dawt Mill, will have some unique culinary creations available for purchase at the event, and pretzels and beer cheese will also be available purchase in the taproom.
Music will be kicked off by Stevie Newman of Springfield. The front-man for The Domino Kings, Newman will perform classic and original rock and country tunes. Joshua Allen and the Show-Me Saints, a five-piece Americana band from Rolla will play original and cover tunes after Newman’s performance.
Fall on the Farm is free, family friendly, and open to all ages.
Andy’s Root Beer, a non-alcoholic root beer, is available for kids and designated drivers. Information for a local shuttle service, area hotels, camping and other accommodations near Bucyrus are available for out of town visitors is available at pineyriverbrewing.com