Luke and Emily dreamt of growing fields of flavor. This has turned into a diverse farm and brewery with fields of rare grains, hops, vegetables, and foraging chickens.
We are excited to bring our community farm-craft beer like no other, delicious eggs, and stone-milled flour.
Our passion lies in historic and European beer styles. These are typically malt forward and carbonated to lower levels than American standards.
Lone Mountain Farms is located in a prime location for growing hops and grains. This allows us the unique opportunity to offer estate beers grown and brewed by the same farm. You can truly taste our area’s terroir through our farm-craft beer.
The hops spring forth like asparagus shoots in early spring and climb their way up to the sky until late summer harvest. We grow over 10 varieties to give diversity to our beer bittering and aroma.
We are always trying out rare and unique grains from all over the world with the quest for the most flavorful grains we can grow. The grains used for our beer are malted by LINC Malt, a farmer co-op right in Spokane, WA.
A whole food plant based meal delivery service delivering to ready to eat foods directly to your door. Check out our website for a rotating menu of soups, salads and family dinners along with other pantry staples.
We truly are a mom & pop shop. We create and complete our items in our home. We offer baby clothing (sizes NB – 5/6T) & accessories along with some specialty women’s clothing. We have hundreds of designs and offer custom orders too! Everything is made with love from our family to yours!
My husband John also makes the best dried apples! We have several flavors available including his grandmother’s recipe for candy apples. Stop by and try a free sample!
Also known as The Idaho Tomato Lady, I have been a member of the market since 1994. At my new location in Pinehurst, I will be concentrating on edible plants–tomatoes, peppers, veggie starts, strawberry and cane berry plants, blueberries and herbs. I also grow lavender, pansies and nasturtiums–edible flowers! I also make low sugar jams from my own berries and yummy organic fruit from Cliffside Orchards. As a long term Board of Directors member, I have had the pleasure of helping our market grow and thrive.
Edible plants–tomatoes, peppers, veggie starts, strawberry and cane berry plants, blueberries and herbs. Also edible flowers –lavender, pansies and nasturtiums. Low sugar jams from organic fruits and berries.