Thinking of Visiting? Here's What To Expect!

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Playing It Safe

All of us at Becker Farms are committed to creating an experience that puts the well-being of our guests, our team, and our animals first. Designed for your safety, here are things you need to know before your visit Becker Farms:

  1. As of November 1st, tickets to enter the grounds are no longer required as it is our low season.  If you are visiting the brewpub with a group of 10 or more reservations are required.  Please email beckerbrewingcompany@gmail.com to book.   

  2. Food must be purchased with alcoholic beverages if you are planning on enjoying on the grounds. 

  3. Face coverings are required inside unless seated for all guests ages 2 and up.  You are required to wear a face covering outside only when you can not social distance. 

  4. Signs, barriers, and modifications to buildings are in place to assist with physical distancing. We are operating at 50% capacity for all indoor spaces and 50 people or less for any scheduled gatherings. For your safety and the safety of your fellow guests, please follow all instructions.

  5. Guests are strongly encouraged to use the hand washing and hand sanitizing stations available throughout the farm.

  6. Guests are encouraged to bring wagons, chairs, and blankets for your comfort and convenience. 

  7. Hiking trails, and the brewpub are currently open through December 23rd. Please see the "Contact Us" page for hours. Out buildings and seasonal markets have been closed for the season. 

You are encouraged to assess your own health and the health of those in your party as well as any personal risk factors prior to visiting Becker Farms. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By visiting Becker Farms,  you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

Tickets on Weekends

Because of capacity restrictions due to Covid-19 tickets must be purchased to enter the grounds on weekends starting September 5th - November 1st. Please have a copy of your receipt ready at the gates to ensure a smooth entry. Our greeters will be on standby to assist you as you drive in. 

Guests are encouraged to bring chairs, blankets, and wagons for your own comfort. 

Tickets include parking, apple picking, live music, access to the Garden Market, Brewery, Winery, Beer Garden, Farm Animal Exhibit, and playgrounds. For a full list of kids activities click below:

Kid's Playing Outdoor
Apple Orchard

Apple Picking

To keep our guests safe and social distancing there will be no U-Pick shuttle wagon out to the orchards this year. All guests will be required to walk. We encourage you to bring a jogging stroller, wagon, or walking stick! Your you pick apple bag is included in your ticket price on weekends and will be given to you at the gates as you come in. 

Greeters and signage will be assisting guests to the orchard we are picking in for the day. Just follow up the Apples!

 

During the week, no tickets are required to enter the grounds. To pick apples head to the Apple barn to purchase your u-pick bag and for directions to the orchard. The cost to pick apples during the week is $6 per adult and $5 per child for a 4qt bag of apples. There is no admission to enter the grounds during the week. 

 

U-Pick is available from 10-5 daily

Fall  2020 Hours

 

Fall 2020 Hours

Brewpub

Sunday  11 - 6

Monday and Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Noon-6pm

Thursday - Saturday Noon-9 (Kitchen Close 8pm)

Farm Market 

Friday - Sunday 10 - 6

Hiking Trails

Daily 9 - 7