Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

About Us

Dan-KulickDan Kulick has over 17 years of brewing experience. He started homebrewing while attending the University of Pittsburgh. He is still true to his homebrew roots by being vice president of the A.L.C.Y (Ales and Lagers Carbonated by Yeast) Homebrew club.

Dan then honed his craft as a professional Brewer at Rock Bottom Pittsburgh under the watchful eye of Brewmaster Matthew Carroll. He was the assistant Brewer at Rock Bottom for over four years. Now he  brings his experience to Gettysburg to spread his wings!

Dan’s favorite things to do outside of the Brewery is spending time trying products, hunting, watching NASCAR, and especially playing paintball as a member of the Whiskey Squad Paintball Team.

W. H. Monfort Farm

The brick farmhouse was completed around 1848 and the architecturally significant PA Dutch brick-end barn was completed the following year.  Henry Monfort and his brother, Jacob, built the house and farmed the land.  A family letter written on 8 July 1863, only 5 days after the battle of Gettysburg, documents events on the farm. As Johnson’s Division began to be evacuated from Culps Hill, the farm was converted into a Confederate Field Hospital.  Over 1,300 Confederates were brought here, making it one of the largest Confederate Hospitals, with soldiers occupying the house, barn and considerable space around the farm. When the Confederates retreated from Gettysburg, 446 soldiers were left at the farm.  They remained for about 28 days before consolidation at Camp Letterman (Hospital Hill).  Forty-seven died and were buried on the farm, but were disinterred and moved to Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond Virginia later.  The families lost considerable livestock, crops, furniture, clothing, linens, etc. and were not compensated until the late 1880’s.  The farm remained in the Monfort family until around 1921.


Battlefield Brew Works’ profits from its own Red Circle Ale goes directly to The Red Circle Foundation which supports the injured Special Operations Men and Women of our Armed forces. Read more about the Red Circle Foundation.

248 Hunterstown Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325  (717)398-2907


Battlefield Brew Works in Gettysburg, PA
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    248 Hunterstown Road Gettysburg, PA 17325

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    Monday & Tuesday - CLOSED
    Wednesday & Thursday 4 - 9pm
    Friday 2 - 10pm
    Saturday 12noon - 10pm
    Sunday 2 - 8pm

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    Valentine’s Day Weekend

    Valentine’s Day Weekend Come in and join us February 12th through 14th for a special Valentine’s Day dinner!  We will be offering a prime rib, baked potato and salad bar for $30 per person (if pre-paid) and $35 per person if you pay when you come in.  This price includes one beverage per person!   Call […]... read more

    Dinner Theater Ghost Stories with Johlene “Spooky” Riley

      Enjoy a delicious entree, a cold refreshing beverage and spine tingling tales from beyond the grave! This great dinner & drink package for $30.00 includes your choice of Dinner Entree and Drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) Space is limited. Call for your reservations at 717.338.1818 or 717-398-2907! Sunday, February 14th at 5pm **SPECIAL Valentine’s Day […]... read more

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