Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Philly is Blessed with Hill Farmstead

Those who live in and around Philly already know how blessed we are for beer. Well life keeps getting better.  Hill Farmstead, one of the current crop of hot breweries, is invading Philadelphia in a big way. Over the next few weeks Shaun Hill's creations will be pouring at special tap events throughout the area.

Shaun Hill started Hill Farmstead Brewery two years ago on family land in Greensboro Bend, Vermont.  Since then the buzz for his beers has grown louder and louder. The well made handcrafted beers have gained a serious following. The limited output of the brewery and a small distribution area has made them highly sought after.

The flow into Philly has already begun. Teresa's Next Door, Tired Hands Brewery and Railroad Street Bar& Grill have all done their part to spread the H.F. love in the burbs.  Next up July 4th at TJ's Resturant & Drinkery starting at noon. Then Blue Dog Pub (Chalfont) July 12 th at 5PM. Rumor has it that Capone's will also be dedicating a night to the mighty H.F. . More details to come. Cheers!

TJ's Restaurant & Drinkery
Tap Time - 12:00 NOON
Celebrate our nation's Independence Day with some fine brews from Hill Farmstead!
- Taplist -
Edward Pale Ale
Florence Organic Wheat Saison
Harlan India Pale Ale
Citra Single Hop Pale
Nor (Double IPA, collab w/ Cigar City)

Blue Dog (Chalfont)
Join us on Thursday, July 12 at Blue Dog Chalfont beginning at 5 pm for a Hill Farmstead Brewing Company Beer Tasting! . . . and Maine Lunch IPA!!

When you arrive at Blue Dog, we’ll have the following beers waiting for you-
Hill Farmstead Double Citra IPA Imperial IPA (8% abv)
Hill Farmstead Edward: American Pale Ale (5.2% abv)
Hill Farmstead Harlan IPA (6% abv)
Harlan is Edward’s slightly more aggressive alter-ego. Dry Hopped exclusively with Columbus hops.
Hill Farmstead / Tired Hands The Myth of Saison
Hill Farmstead Florence Wheat Saison

Maine Lunch IPA (7% abv)
We will also be selling, by raffle, a few rare bottles, including Cascade Sang Noir and The Vine. And we always have a little stash of KBS bottles.

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