‘Wyndridge Farm’ debuts brewery, barn, restaurant and more

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A locally renowned surgeon has turned his own near death experience into something positive.

Steve Groff was hit by a car while riding his bike several years ago.

The accident inspired him to follow his dreams, outside of medicine.

That's when he and his wife Julie decided to build Wyndridge Farm in Dallastown.

Wednesday marked the grand opening of the venue and brewery which specializes in hard apple cider and craft beer.

The Groff family also built a restaurant on site and fully renovated the barn, which sits on 77 acres of their farm land, making it ideal for special events.

“It’s really great,” Julie said. “We’ve put a lot of hard work into trying to make it a place where people can just come and celebrate life, in whatever form that may be.”

Wyndridge Farm will also be one of the stops along this weekend's 2014 York County ‘Parade of Homes’ and ‘Chefs on Parade.’


  • Andrea Hoffmaster

    I was wondering if you would have any positions available. I have done catering w/ York Blue Moon and have done serving w/ several small cooking jobs and serving on my own.

  • Michele King

    Hello Dr. Groff! My name is Michele, I’m employed at OSS and was very excited to hear that Wyndridge Farm is open! It’s wonderful to see how great your place looks! My fiancé and I are looking for a place to be married and hold our reception. Would love to come down and take a look at your facility.

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