Happy Hour Mon. – Fri. from 4 to 6 pm
Stop in after work for great drink specials, and and a bite to eat from the Deli. We’ve got Maria’s Nachos and Not-Cho Mama’s Nachos made with homemade kettle chips, melty cheese and BACON! $3 drafts, 1/2 price on select bottles & cans, signature drink specials featuring PA distilled spirits, and 1/2 price appetizers!
Acoustic music on the patio (weather permitting) every Saturday from 7 to 10 pm all summer long! Here’s the line up:
May 19 – Midnight Blue
May 26 – Kate & Bob Acoustic
June 2 – Castles in the Sky
June 9 – Mike Estabrook
June 16 – Ryan Shubert
June 23 – Europa Acoustic
June 30 – Joe Rebl
July 7 – Special unWINEd in the Festival Field w/Fireworks
July 14 – Cara Cartney
July 21 – Jon Savage
July 28 – Stefan
August 4 – TBA
August 11 – TBA
August 18 – Jerry Watkins
August 25 – Stems & Seeds Duo
Welcome to The Stone’s Throw
The Stone’s Throw at Shady Brook Farm is cozy spot nestled between the Farm Market and Greenhouse, where guests can enjoy locally brewed craft beer, Rose Bank Winery wines (made right down the street in Newtown, PA), hand crafted cocktails featuring PA distilled spirits, wine slushies and hard ciders. The Stone’s Throw food menu is in the works, but for now feel free to grab a sandwich or signature panini from the Deli or a gourmet snack from the Farm Market to pair with your drinks.
If you’re wondering about the name, The Stone’s Throw, we were inspired because everything we serve is from “a stone’s throw” away. It’s our goal to enhance your farm experience by offering homegrown, homemade, and locally produced goods.
Come visit and make memories worth repeating!
At the Stone’s Throw, you’ll find not only locally handcrafted beer, but local history as well. From 1992 to 2004 the space served as Shady Brook Farm’s Farm Market. Before that, it was a barn used on the Henry farm that was once situated right down the street. The structure was nearly torn down in 1992, but was offered to the Fleming family of Shady Brook Farm who transported it to its current location.
In its transformation into The Stone’s Throw, many reclaimed pieces from around Shady Brook Farm were used including the bar, counter top and wood trim. Much of the wood came from the Carriage House that dates back to the early 1800’s and was once used to store seed. When you visit The Stone’s Throw, you’re visiting a little piece of history!