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Wednesday through Saturday

12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

CLOSED: SUNDAY - TUESDAY

 

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Tuesday
Oct012013

Construction Update - Tastings Postponed, Retail Open 

Hi everyone,

We wanted to let everyone know that retail hours remain the same as always (Weds. - Sat., 12 - 5 p.m.), but we will not be able to offer tastings for visitors because of space constraints with the construction on the retail side of the building.

Thanks for your understanding!

Friday
Sep272013

Construction Begins!

As many of you may have noticed in recent visits, the digging has begun for our additions, and we couldn't be happier! I'll keep posting pictures throughout the progress. 

- Bob

Wednesday
Sep252013

Bottle Release, Sept. 26, 2013

Just a quick update that the weather looks great, and we're on schedule for the release!

Complete information is here: http://www.hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release/

Reminder that the release begins at 11 a.m. Please do not come earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Additional parking will be in the event parking in the lower field. We will have someone at the road directing traffic at 8:30 a.m.  

We'll have signs out, but the line will form under the big, white event tent by the pavillion, as previous bottle releases. As before, everyone will buy a ticket for their chosen beers at the pavillion then pick up their beer at the front of the brewery at the garage door.

We are in the midst of construction, and space is at a premium even more than normal, so please park with that in mind.

Thanks and see you tomorrow!

Saturday
Aug032013

A Sweet Delivery!

Peck Family Farm delivered us some of this year's crop… we thought we'd just put it in some fresh bourbon barrels and see what happens.