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Saturday
Nov182017

Online Shop Addition & Holiday!

 We have added a new shirt in our online shop: heather brown! Like our heather black shirt, this is a 50/50 Royal Apparel pre-shrunk, unisex t-shirt. We also have gift cards and a women's v-neck t-shirt!

Visit http://hillfarmstead.com/online_merchandise/ to check it out!

Also, the holidays are fast approaching, so to ensure you receive your Hill Farmstead apparel and gift cards in time, remember that we ship orders each Wednesday. So, for Hanukkah, make sure to order by December 5, and for Christmas, make sure to order by December 12th! Thanks!

Friday
Nov172017

Thanksgiving Week Hours

Hi everyone,

For next week's retail shop hours:

Wednesday, 11/22 - Open 12 -5 p.m.
Thursday, 11/23 - Closed for Thanksgiving
Friday, 11/24 - Open 12 -5 p.m.
Saturday, 11/25 - Open 12 -5 p.m.

Cheers!

Monday
Nov132017

Bottle Update For The Week Of Nov. 15, 2017!

Hello Everyone,

This Wednesday, November 15, visitors to our taproom may be pleased to discover a variation on one of our favorite beers:

Damon - Kieni (Coffee Collective)

We chose a single, two year old barrel of our bourbon barrel-aged stout, Damon, and further conditioned it upon Kenyan Kieni coffee beans that were sourced, roasted, and lovingly provided to us by the Coffee Collective in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As there is merely a single barrel of this beer, these 375ml bottles are only available for onsite enjoyment in our tasting room (two or more persons per bottle, please); these will not be available for take-away sale.

 

Saturday
Nov042017

Bottle Release For The Week Of Nov. 8, 2017!

On Weds., November 8, we will release Aaron!

Aaron is our barleywine-style ale aged in bourbon barrels. Aaron A. Hill (1785 - 1869) was our great-great-great grandfather who operated the original tavern in North Greensboro—an industrious, inventive and indomitable figure in the community.  The Hill Farmstead Brewery logo is based upon that tavern's original sign.


In his honor, we crafted this barleywine, which has rested, unhurriedly and undisturbed, for over 2 years in bourbon barrels from some of our favorite distilleries, absorbing the essence of its surroundings and history.

Please visit our bottle release page on Sunday, Nov. 5, after noonhttp://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy).

 

Saturday
Oct282017

Bottle Release For The Week Of Nov. 1, 2017!

On Weds., November 1, we will release a brand new selection from our Leaves of Grass series: April 16, 2016!

We aged a small amount of imperial pale ale in wine barrels for 7 months, abundantly dry-hopped the beer with Amarillo, Nelson Sauvin and Simcoe, and then bottled conditioned it for over 10 months. The result is delicate, aromatic, lightly tart and pleasantly subtle. 

Please visit our bottle release page on Sunday, Oct. 29, after noon, http://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy).

Saturday
Oct212017

Bottle Release For The Week Of Oct. 25, 2017!

On Weds., October 25, we're pleased to release Works of Love: Tired Hands (aka Farm Ghosthands)!

Brewed in the summer of 2016 with our friend Jean Broillet IV of Tired Hands Brewing, this barrel-fermented Farmstead® ale was crafted with organic buckwheat and oats, aged in wine barrels for 8 months then bottled conditioned until it achieved its finest expression of our collaborative effort.

Please visit our bottle release page on Sunday, Oct. 22, after noon, http://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy).

Saturday
Oct142017

Bottle Release For The Week Of Oct. 18, 2017!

On Weds., October 18, we will release a brand new beer: Barrel-Aged What is Enlightenment?

Originally brewed to celebrate our second anniversary, What is Enlightenment? is an American pale ale crafted with Simcoe and Amarillo hops. We aged a small portion of freshly brewed beer in a variety of French oak barrels for over 8 months, dry-hopped with Simcoe and Amarillo and then bottle conditioned. The result: a bright, enlivening and aromatic beer that dares one to be wise and seek reason.

Please visit our bottle release page on Sunday, Oct. 15, after noon, http://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy).

Saturday
Sep302017

Bottle Release For The Week Of Oct. 4 and Reminder!

Reminder!

Retail hours for the coming week are Wednesday - Friday, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

We are closed entirely Saturday, Oct. 7, for a multitude of reasons! This includes both bottle shop and tasting room. 

Thank you for your understanding. 

On Weds., Oct. 4, we are pleased to release Civil Disobedience Citrus and a new batch of Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup!

Civil Disobedience Citrus

Comprised of Arthur and Florence, which were aged in barrels for between 10 and 24 months and then conditioned atop a variety of fresh organic citrus for many months. Bright, lightly tart and delicate, this enlivens the memory of spring citrus as we wend our way towards cooler temperatures.

Civil Disobedience, our nonviolent protest against the homogenization of flavor, comes in the form of a spontaneous, circumstantial and unpredicted series of beer releases. We relinquish control in favor of an anarchistic collaboration of microbial activity. This is the expression of our conscience, our opposition to oppression and an act of creative freedom.

Please visit our bottle release page, http://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required for this bottle).

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup

We fill bourbon barrels from our favorite distilleries with maple syrup produced by our friends at Peck Family Farm in East Montpelier, Vt. The syrup is aged several months and then packaged in a resealable container; this year we will once again offer 750ml glass flip-top containers as well as new 375ml corked and waxed bottles! Because of the aging process, you may experience some barreling sediment, but we have taken all possible precautions to eliminate it while maintaining the essential maple and bourbon character.