It was actually a local family dairy farm that inspired Jarrod York to open Yorkholo Brewing Company. His clan opened York Hollow dairy farm in the Pennsylvania Wilds back in the 1860s, and it continued to thrive until Ralph York retired. In the intervening years, the dairy farm had been renamed Yorkholo, so reviving the moniker was a way for Jarrod to pay homage to his predecessors at his Mansfield brewery.

Make the short trip from the Commons at Mansfield to Yorkholo Brewing Company to explore its ever-changing roster of small-batch house beers. The brewers whip up anywhere from 20 to 30 new types of beer every year, so there’s always something new to try. From IPAs and American pale ales to Belgian-style brews, the list contains a wide variety of options. In the kitchen, chefs use locally sourced ingredients to make bites like poutine and wings, burgers and sandwiches, and meatloaf and steak.