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Hill Farmstead Brewery, Greensboro Bend

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web
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  • The beer lives up to hype! That unfortunately translates to crowds at the farmstead but it is worth the trip. We drank 3 pints and thankfully didn't have to really wait too long to get those (about 10...  read more »
  • My wife and I went for a weekend getaway to Vermont and spotted this place, from the one and only TripAdvisor. Their hours are limited, so make sure you check before arriving disappointed. Their IPAs,...  read more »
  • Great brewery in the mountains! They had a good selection of American pale ales, my favorites were Conduct of life and the Edward. A must stop and they even have corn hole! 
  • I'm not a hardcore beer pilgrim or anything. If you find yourself in the surrounding area, you like ales, and you didn't already know this place, you should check out out. It is a little pricey, but it is nice to drink some really fresh ale. It is expanded since I was last there a couple of years ago. They have a beautiful bar in the taproom and they are tasting and filling growlers fast.
  • I made my first visit last week and was ecstatic. If you are a beer aficionado it is the shrine. Despite the drive time and the wait in line it was well worth the effort. Sort of like waiting in line to see the Mona Lisa. The serenity of the tranquil Vermont countryside was a great side benefit. If all this seems like to much trouble then stick to Bud but you will never know greatness. .
  • A small batch brewery in the sticks of Vermont where you can get food truck level food and world class beer. Worth the drive if you also check out Lost Nation and Rock Art along the way!
  • Yes the beer is good but only if you prefer IPAs and nothing else. There was no option to get a flight much less try samples when they're busy. Customer service was poor and some of the most pretentious beer snobs were hogging up all the seats. They were basically taking more photos of the beer rather than enjoying the experience. Go get the beer at a bar, not at the brewery.
  • For such a notorious brand, their on-site experience is terrible. Perhaps some of it is a result of VT laws; but to only sample a handful of beers (which you can't buy) or buying bottled products (which you can only enjoy onsite) and limited growler options (which you have to drink offsite). Simply, the opportunity to taste their "award winning beers" is a shame. Even if the laws affect the opportunity to enjoy the sampling of brews with full freedom; they sure can do a better job at communicating what is accessible in what form - growler, pints, tasting, etc...
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