Festival of Farmhouse Ales – August 5, 2017

Festival of Farmhouse Ales – August 5, 2017

2017 Festival of Farmhouse Ales at Hill Farmstead Brewery 

This incredibly Hill Farmstead Brewery in Vermontamazing Hill Farmstead craft beer festival is what craft beer lovers dream about. In addition to tasting a great selection of Hill Farmstead ales, you’ll be introduced to a wide variety of guest brewers offering impressive and unique beers and ciders. This year’s line up is fantastic!  Add to all that, live music and good food in a stunning mountain setting. This is the Festival of Farmhouse Ales.

Important things you need to know:  
When: August 5th 2017  Rain or shine
Time: Gate opens at 11:30 am  – 4 pm
Where: 403 Hill Road, Greensboro VT 05842
Click here for directions to Hill Farmstead Brewery (you’re going to need them)

How to get tickets to the Festival of Farmhouse Ales: 
Be aware, tickets are hard to get. Tickets are limited and sold through a lottery system. First, you must register for a chance for a ticket.  Online registration opens on May 15th at 8:00 am and closes on May 22nd at 5:00 pm.  Names are drawn randomly by TicketsToday. If you luck out, you will be notified by email.  Two ticket maximum per purchase. Click here to register for tickets  

Ticket Price – $100 plus service fee/shipping (includes beer tastings & tasting glass). You also get a DD ticket for your designated driver (includes non-alcoholic beverages). Designated Driver is MANDATORY to get into the beer festival. 
This is a strict rule – You will not get in without a DD – no exceptions.      

Parking:  Parking can be tight. Carpooling is encouraged

One last thing: If rain is in the forecast, bring gear. Especially waterproof footwear. It can get muddy in some areas. 

Make this beer festival fun even more awesome! After you have enjoyed the festivities, treat yourself to a terrific dinner and relaxing stay at the Rabbit Hill Inn (less than an hour from Hill Farmstead Brewery).  Even better, make it a real getaway. Stay a few nights. There is so much to do and see here. And yes, we have great Vermont craft beers on tap in our onsite pub!