United States Vermont Greensboro
Hill Farmstead Brewery
An esteemed craft brewery in Greensboro, VT, renowned for its artisanal beers and consistent ranking among the world's best.
- 403 Hill Road
- (802) 533-7450
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Hill Farmstead Brewery is a family-owned and operated brewery situated on a 53-acre hilltop farm in Greensboro, Vermont. The brewery offers breathtaking views of the rolling hills and farmland of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, and visitors can enjoy a picnic on the brewery's expansive lawn. The brewery is also committed to sustainability, using locally sourced ingredients.
leah 11 months ago
Voted the best brewery in the world for the for the 5th straight year in 2019. Surrounded by mountains in the hills of the Northeast Kingdom. Hill Farmstead Brewery is a must-stop for those passing through (+ a worthwhile detour for those who aren't). Open Wednesday-Friday.
leah 4 years ago
Hill Farmstead welcomes dogs (on a leash and well-supervised) outside of the Taproom on the lawn. Just be courteous and pick-up after your pet!
leah 11 months ago
This one is out of the way but had to make the list. Check the hours as they tend to be closed when they shouldn't be
jacob 2 years ago
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