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Merry Christmas!

From our family to you and yours, we wish everyone a happy, safe and merry Christmas!


The Holidays Ahead for 2017!

Hi all,

An update that our retail shop will be open regular hours the next two weeks, Weds. through Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. each day! (12/20 - 12/23 and 12/27 - 12/30)

Also, a last call for those holiday orders! To ensure you receive your Hill Farmstead apparel and gift cards in time, remember that we ship orders each Wednesday. So, for those last minute Christmas gifts, make sure to order by December 19th! Thanks!


On the Shelf - Weds., Dec. 13, 2017!

On the shelves in our retail shop this coming Weds., Dec. 13, we welcome back Table Dorothy to an amazing line-up for your holiday enjoyment! Table Dorothy is the low alcohol, 4.5% abv version of Dorothy—our dry-hopped, Farmstead® pale ale. Table Dorothy joins Anna, Arthur, Dorothy, Florence, Convivial Suarez, Brother Soigné, Leaves of Grass July 15, 2016, and fresh new cans of Dharma Bum.

Also in our bottle shop, look for guest bottles of Argan, our barrel-aged, gluten-reduced collaboration with Le Trou du Diable, along with a special Brasserie de Blaugies gift set including La Vermontoise!


Bottle Release For The Week Of Dec. 6, 2017!


On Weds., Dec. 6, we are pleased to release two new beers:

Civil Disobedience Plum

Comprised primarily of Arthur, aged in barrels for over 24 months, and then conditioned for many months atop multiple varieties of fresh, local plums from Champlain Orchards in Shoreham, Vermont. This beer seems to evoke winter holidays with its rich ruby hues, subtle, spicy nose, and pleasantly tart and festive finish.

Leaves of Grass: July 15, 2016

This iteration of the series was brewed nearly a year and a half ago on July 15, 2016, with wheat, spelt and yarrow foraged in Craftsbury and Greensboro. It was then fermented and aged in wine barrels for over six months, creating a delicate and refreshing beer that highlights its unique ingredients.

Please visit our bottle release page,, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required for this bottle).


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 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!


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.



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.



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 noon, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy).