Tyler has been a homebrewer since he first tried to make whisky at age 10. Since he took over M. Crow, he has been brewing beer in the back of the store, originally in tiny batches with a single tap at the bar. The brewery hasn't grown much, but we now have ten taps featuring several rotating beers brewed in-house with as many local ingredients as possible. Tyler grows his own barley with Alan Klages, a local farmer he’s known since childhood. Alan's great-uncle invented Klages barley, the strain of barley they now grow on the same family farm the Klages have run for over a century.