Take some time for an escape to the old family farm.

Returning to roots, the brewery is set up to be an escape to better times. Come relax with loved ones and friends in a barn that is full of history, family memories, and, of course, house-made and local beers, ciders and wines.

Harry’s is always working toward growing as much of their own ingredients as possible. So far they’ve planted over 500 hops plants in a newly erected hops field, planted 200-plus fruit trees and bushes to grow the orchard’s footprint and offerings, and had their first field of barley was planted and harvested via the help of a kind-hearted and talented local farmer.

Owners Cynthia Collins and Barbara Collins Griffin’s great-great-grandfather was an Irish immigrant from Galway, who came to America during the potato famine in 1849. He ultimately ended up finding work as a farmhand on the hops farm in Paris, New York, and built many of the beautiful stone walls that encircle the farm to this day – a comforting reminder of Ireland.