Bryant's Blueberries   
Welcome to Bryant's Blueberries, a pick your own blueberry farm located in Southern Indiana within 1/2 hour of downtown Louisville, KY
Derek, Dale & Diane Bryant 6900 Oak Park Rd NE,New Salisbury, IN  47161 (812) 366-3592
   
Subject: End of Blueberry Season
We want to thank the many of you who have made this a successful season in spite of the frequent rain.

You have one last opportunity to pick.  We will be open Wed July 22 from 7:30 am to noon.  We expect to have only about 200-300 lbs of Darrow, Coville and Aurora.

Good news/bad news: our road is being widened and the work is in progress.  The detour may begin tomorrow.  Coming from Louisville:  pass Oak Park Rd (if closed) and turn Left at the stop light.  Go past Spring Branch Rd and under the train trestle and turn left on to Bethlehem Rd.  At the top of Bethlehem Rd when you see a sign "Dead End, No Outlet," turn left onto Oak Park Rd.  You MUST STOP and look both ways before crossing the train tracks.  There are no gates or warning lights.  Bryant's Blueberries will be on the right.

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Thanks again!

We are always closed on Sundays.   

Price: $2.35 per lb.
Prepicked berries are not available. 

Farm Policies:
1)  For sanitary reasons we do not allow dogs in the blueberry patch.
2)  Your picking containers need to be preweighed.
3)  We prefer cash or checks, but accept plastic with a 3% upcharge.
4)  We are always closed on Sundays.
5)  We allow picking in the rain unless there is lightning in the area. (See recommendation #4 below.)

Our Recommendations:
1)  Chill blueberries immediately.  For each hour unrefrigerated you lose one day of its 3 week refrigerated life expectancy.
2)  Do not rinse berries until ready to eat.
3)  Most people start picking the bushes at the roadway.  Consequently the bushes at the far end of the row are not picked at all. Go to the far end of the row and work back to the roadway.
4)  You may pick in the rain or after a rain, but you should realize that wet berries are more perishable.  You could flash freeze on cookie sheets if wanting to freeze them.  You can spread them out and run a fan over them and then refrigerate (but remember recommendation #1).
   


Directions:
From Louisville or New Albany:
Take I-64 west to the Georgetown Exit (#118). Go right (west) on SR 64 for 10 miles. Turn left on Oak Park Rd (opposite Insight Eye Care-before New Salisbury stop light!) 1 mile on left.

From Corydon:
Go north on SR 135 toward New Salisbury. Pass under train trestle. Turn right on Spring Branch Rd (first street beyond the "New Salisbury" sign.) Turn Right at first stop. mile on left. (If you miss Spring Branch Rd, turn right at New Salisbury stop light onto SR 64 and right at the first street, Oak Park Rd. 1 mile on left.) From Palmyra: Take SR 135 south to the New Salisbury stoplight. Turn left on SR 64; go about 1/4 mile to Oak Park Rd (the first street). Turn right on Oak Park Rd (opposite Insight Eye Care). 1 mile on left.
Our blueberry varieties ripen in the following order:
Duke (sweet, non acidic, flavor improves with chilling)
BlueJay (a sweet, firm berry that cooks well)
Patriot (a full flavor berry that tastes somewhat like Darrow)
BlueRay (first picks are full flavored; as they have more time to ripen they are some of the sweetest in the patch)
BlueCrop (good all around berry)
Darrow (an extremely full flavored berry with a high amount of acidity until the end of the season; ripens very gradually; it is picked from about week 2 through the end of the season)
Brigitta (a late but sweet berry--most late berries are more acidic)
Late Blue & Coville (very tart, limited quantities)