Curbside Retail Reopens 7-9 April 2021
This upcoming week, our curbside retail operation will reopen from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, Wednesday through Friday, and we anticipate maintaining that arrangement for the foreseeable future.
The taproom remains closed, and we are evaluating our options for outdoor consumption and events during the upcoming summer. When we have a clearer picture, we will share all the details with you. We appreciate your patience while we consider our path forward.
Our team has been afforded an historic opportunity over the last two months, and we look forward to sharing our rejuvenated selves with you, both at the brewery and online. In the coming days and weeks, look for more expansive posts on our website and across social media.
This week we offer freshly packaged cans of Mary and Marie. Each has had the benefit of extended lagering during our pause (four months for Mary and five months Marie), which seems to provide an appreciably recognizable yet indescribable (beyond our own words, anyway) level of refinement.
Following more than a decade of fixed price availability, our loyal patrons may notice that we have increased the price of our Farmstead® Ales from 10$ to 12$. We will speak more to this decision in the coming weeks and imagine that many of you may be appreciative that the 10$ fixed price has outlasted both inflation and the passage of more than ten years…
Several new bottled offerings will debut alongside numerous additional selections:
- Flora: Blueberry/Cherry 2019 – A single barrel of Flora that had aged for nearly a year was selected and conditioned further atop a blend of blueberries from Fisher Brothers Farm in Shelburne and organically grown cherries from Elmore Roots in nearby Elmore.
- Leaves of Grass: October 3, 2019 – Brewed entirely with certified organic ingredients: barley, oats, spelt, and hops, and aged in an oak puncheon.
- Self-Reliance: New Zealand Cascade – Brewed in June of 2019, generously hopped with Cascade selected at Freestyle Hops in New Zealand, and aged in oak puncheons for 5 months prior to bottling.
- Self-Reliance: Strata – Brewed in March of 2020, conditioned in puncheons for four months, and double dry-hopped exclusively and copiously with Strata®, a variety from the Indie Hops Breeding Program at Oregon State.
- Florence: Foudre – This edition of our wheat Farmstead® ale experienced over six months of extended conditioning in our oak foudres and has been bottle conditioning for nearly six months.
Order directly at http://toasttab.com/hillfarmstead/.
Please contact our team at [email protected] with questions.
We’re grateful for your support during our pause.