Well you don't just get apples, cider and pumpkins at one area farm market, now you can beer.

According to WOOD, Ed Dunneback and Girls Farm Market have been growing hops for several years for another local brewery and decided to make their own beer.

Stephanie Ginsberg, a fourth-generation Dunneback Girl, said, “We quickly found out that it’s a lot of work to do for somebody else, so why not make our own beer?”

The Dunneback's were already making cider from the apples on their farm so why not brew some beer from the hops they have been growing.

Here is a list of some of the beers they have in the Pink Barrel Cellars pouring room: 5167 Ridge IPA, Dunneback Blonde, Honey Crisp Ale and Pumpkin Spice Coffee Porter. They also offer hard cider and wine.

The Dunneback's plan to expand their future selections with more home grown farm ingredients.

With beer and wine on the menu at the orchard, it will bring a whole new experience to those who visit.