Veteran owned & operated, Frey’s Brewing Company is a small, farm brewery on the Frederick County side of Mount Airy, Maryland.

Got a Question? Here’s a few of the most asked Questions & Answers:

Question: “When did you open your farmhouse brewery?”
Answer: We brewed our first batch of beer on February 1st, 2013.

Question: “Do you have food?”
We now have pre-packaged foods available, including meats, block and spreadable cheeses, combo platters, hummus, pita, naan, chips, nuts, melba toast, bagel bites, crackers, and more. You are always welcome to carry in your own food.

Question: “I own a pub/restaurant/liquor store in Maryland and want to sell your beer! Where can we get it?”
Answer: Although we can self-distribute, we are not currently distributing. All beer sales are from the Tasting Room.

Question: “Are children and dogs allowed in the brewery”
Answer: Children are welcome in the brewery, however MUST be supervised at all times. Dogs are not allowed inside the tasting room due to the restrictions with our new food permit.

Question: “Can we come out and visit the brewery?”
Answer: Yes! As of Feb 2019, our Tasting Room is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Please see our hours listed above. We are not giving tours of the brewing operation.

Question: “Should I bring valid I.D.”
Answer: Yes, you need to have a valid driver’s license or other state certified ID. We will not serve persons without a valid ID, whether that person is 21 or 81.

Question: “Can you send me labels, caps, or other collectible articles.”
Answer: We do not send out labels, caps, or other articles. But, if you visit the Tasting Room, we may be able to find one…

Question: “Can you donate beer to our event or charity?”
Answer: We get asked this all the time. But under current Maryland laws, we are not allowed to donate beer.

Need our address?
Our address is 8601 Mapleville Road  Mount Airy, MD 21771

Want to contact us? Send an email to our Tasting Room Manager via the form below:

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