The Cornwells, both artists, leveraged their combined talents (Tony is a home improvement contractor, and Denise, an accountant by trade) in the construction of the brewery on their
26-acre farmstead situated less than a mile off I-68 at Exit 68, West of Sideling Hill, about halfway between Cumberland and Hagerstown. Designed and built from the ground up, it
incorporates repurposed and upcycled materials, both in the fabric of the structure and the artwork created by the Cornwells and other local artists. The brewery derives its name from the Black Locust posts used as anchor poles for hop bines being grown next to the brewing facility / tasting room. The brewery producers a wide variety of beer, designed by owner Tony Cornwell and Lincoln Wilkins (an award winning brewer with 15 years’ experience).
Their lineup consists of solid traditional European ales and lagers, spanning from light to dark, interspersed with American style IPA’s and seasonal offerings sometimes incorporating flavor elements from the farm.
Family friendly, dog friendly, lots of fun! Stop in for a beer! Cheers!!
Dog Friendly, Family Friendly, Farm Brewery, Food On Site, Live Music, Indoor Seating, Outdoor Seating, TV in Tasting Room