Not From Wisconsin at Hopshire Farm & Brewery
| November 3, 2017
WSKG’s ‘Brew Beats’ is a half hour of great music and good company! In this episode we visit
Hopshire Farm & Brewery located in the rolling hills outside Dryden, NY. There we talk with owner Randy Lacey about the community that has formed around his brewery. We also welcome Not From Wisconsin as they perform a blend of indie rock/chamber folk in front of a live audience. Explore more breweries
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