The retail shop is reopened to inside sales. You may order on site when you arrive, or you may place an order online via our Toast website on the day you plan to visit.
Each retail day, we open only ordering at 5:00 a.m. for same-day pick-ups any time between 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The ordering system notes “ready in 15 minutes,” but your order will be picked when you arrive, so there’s no need to arrive at opening or hurry!
In a much more modest and intimate scale than previous, our onsite experience has returned. We offer a limited number of seatings—by reservation only—during our normal retail days. We will host sessions each day for a small number of guests.
Visit us here in Greensboro Bend to enjoy a variety of our beers by the glass. You’ll find a curated selection of vintages and variations, exclusive offerings only available here, and experience our creations in their natural environs.
To check for availability and schedule, please visit our reservation page on Tock:
We are slowly implementing the project, so we appreciate your patience as we roll out reservations as we’re able to accommodate them.
There is a non-refundable $5 reservation fee for each person in your party; 100% of these funds are donated to a local charity. Please also note that there is no gratuity necessary; we have donated all tips and gratuities for over seven years to local charities. If you would like to make a donation, though, we will have our donation box available and would be grateful for your generosity.
Check our frequently asked questions below for answers to most inquiries. Please feel free to email us questions at [email protected].
Hill Farmstead Brewery is the culmination of many years of travel and insight—of experience and education—of friendships and explorations. The brewery is the revival and continuation of 220 years of Hill heritage and hand crafted history in North Greensboro, Vermont. Its logo is retrieved from a sign that once hung in Aaron Hill’s (our great(x3) grandfather) tavern, just up the hill, in the early 1800s.