""Making the Wood Live Again""

Matt Chambers   -Great Day St. Louis

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Rustic Grain on Great Day St. Louis

Check out Rustic Grain’s latest interview with Matt Chambers from Great Day St. Louis, on his latest episode of his series “In Search Of”. The link can be found here or above: Rustic Grain “In Search Of”                           

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"Every Piece Is As Special As the Barn It Came From"

Heidi Glaus   -KDSK

Furniture With A Story At Rustic Grain

  The following is an excerpt from an interview we recently compelted with Heidi Glaus of KDSK. The full interview can be found here: http://on.ksdk.com/1fXmzRy  ‘In a rather plain building in Crestwood work is piling up. Not just any work, but pieces Jimmy Farah is passionate about. “The coolest project we […]

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"If you pick them right, it’s almost endless. Anything we can salvage, we take."

Jimmy Farrah   -President, Rustic Grain

St. Louis Business Journal: Rustic Grain is turning old barns into bars, tables — and growth

Interviewed by Ben Unglessbee of the St. Louis Business Journal, Jimmy Farah, President & Foudner of Rustic Grain; shares how Rustic Grain came to fruition and how the company is growing. Below is the full transcript of the interview.  The interview in its entirety can be found here: http://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/news/2014/10/08/rustic-grain-is-turning-old-barns-into-bars-tables.html#i1 “It might seem […]

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Rustic Grain Interview with Tampa Bay Tribune

We had the pleasure of talking with Jeff Houck of the Tampa Bay Tribune about our recent work with BrewHub on their grand opening of their Lakeland, FL location. Check out the entire article here (or below): http://www.tbo.com/dining/mb-20140727/ “What’s old is brew again at local pubs ” By Jeff Houck – Tampa […]

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RG Featured in Missouri Business Alert, “Furniture Maker Rustic Grain Gives New Life To Old Barns”

Check out the following article on Rustic Grain by Morgan Denlow of Missouri Business Alert: http://bit.ly/1f80Y8f ‘Growing up on the East Coast, Jimmy Farah used to build furniture with his grandfather, and his appreciation for crafted wood eventually became a hobby. So while Farah drove with his wife from New York to their new […]

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