At Sandy Springs Brewing Co. in Minerva, Ohio, a small town located far from “practically everywhere,” according to a local newspaper, visitors need not worry about making it home. Next door, “The Brewers Quarters,” operated by brewery owners Andy and Amanda Conrad, is available for nightly rentals on Airbnb.

The Conrads, along with partners Ross and Renae Blair, purchased two buildings adjacent to the brewery. They renovated its upper floors, and transformed the space into an Airbnb the Conrads describe as “warm, inviting, and decorated with a barn wood rustic feel.”

“As beer lovers, we have traveled to many breweries around the country. Although we experienced great beers and establishments, there were limited places to stay locally. As a result, we began to plan the prospect of having our own brewery themed quarters for people to spend the night while also allowing them to enjoy all that our brewery and small town has to offer,” Sandy Springs writes on its website.

And yes, those who stay at “The BQ,” as it’s nicknamed, receive a growler of any Sandy Springs beer of their choice, installed in a kegerator in the room. To be honest, it’s a pretty convincing reason to visit Minerva, Ohio.