Thin Brick Veneer Focus: The History of Brick and Beer

There is a strong history between brick and beer. According to the book “The Material Culture of Breweries,” the first brick brewery was built in 1893 in Grangeville, Idaho. The brewery was projected to produce 150 barrels per day. It is no surprise that some of the most famous breweries throughout time feature brick as it provides an industrial and …

HGTV Features Reclaimed Thin Brick

In October 2014, Stone Farm’s reclaimed thin brick veneer was featured on an HGTV episode of House Hunters Renovation. The home featured, was in need of a kitchen and mudroom renovation. Working in conjunction with our good friend and Interior Designer, Elizabeth Benedict, these rooms were brought back to life with a modern feel and a splash of color! Thanks …

Super Jumbo Cobblestones

Most people are familiar with cobblestones and have a good idea of how they can be used and what they look like. I am always on the hunt for reclaimed cobblestones that are a different, shape, color or size, something unique. Last week I was walking down near the Boston waterfront and I came across this installation of antique cobblestones. …

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Best Thing Since Sliced Bread – Sliced Cobbles

Reclaimed cobbles from city streets and old mill yards generally are 6-7″ deep. These cobbles were produced to withstand the test of time and they have. Once we reclaim them we palletize them and can ship them literally all over the world.