Welcome to our 11-acre farm
Two acres of cider apples leased from another local farm are used to make our cider. Another cider apple orchard is being planted on our farm and and will cover approximately 2 acres producing bitter-sweet and heritage apples to help grow our cider production.
Our market garden consists of approximately half an acre of field vegetables and two greenhouses producing a variety of fresh, local produce sold to the Farm to Feast food truck, at our on site farm stand, at local farmers markets and to local restaurants and commercial kitchens.
All hops, apples and veggies on our farm are grown using only organic practices to minimize impacts to our land, soils and waters. The spent grain from the brewery is composted on site and used to build our farm’s soil fertility. The flock of chickens eat up food scraps from the food truck and lay eggs which you can buy through our Tasting Room or farm stand to support the Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living (who manage the flock).
PBC’s farm is not certified organic, however, we pride ourselves on employing only organic growing practices. PBC’s Integrated Farm Plan identifies five key areas within its operations that demonstrate our commitment to developing a multi-functional farm that will contribute to small farm and food systems as well as the local economy.
Want to learn more about our farm? Come visit us and take yourself on a self-guided tour…you’re welcome to check it out! Interested in volunteering on the farm? Awesome! Please drop us a line by phone or email and let us know how we can get a hold of you and we’ll let you know when the next work party is being organized!