We are New Jersey’s Farm Brewery

GROWIN’ BEER IN THE GARDEN STATE

Screamin’ Hill Brewery harkens back to a time in America when life was simple, when farmers brewed with what was at hand from the year’s harvest.  We invite people to see and taste the exciting combination of family farming and craft brewing.  We welcome friends and families to visit and enjoy the highest quality of American ales, while overlooking the beautiful 100 acres of preserved farmland at Bullock Farms. By evoking the rich heritage of six generations of farmers with our handcrafted ingredients, we bring the authenticity of flavor, emphasis on individuality, and salt of the earth character directly from our fields to your glass.

FROM FIELD TO GLASS

Screamin’ Hill Brewery is the combination of a love of beer and farming. We produce only the finest ales by using our own farm grown ingredients whenever possible. Our Pumpkin Ale is made with the same pumpkins that we’ve been growing on our farm for close to 20 years. Besides pumpkins, we also grow other ancillary ingredients like, tomatoes, basil, and habaneros. We use the barley, wheat, and rye from our family farm to make our own base malt. Our own NJ grown hops are used to add that insanely delicious aroma of fresh hops. Our goal is to create the freshest beer you’ve ever had, to be enjoyed on our family farm in a restored barn.



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-Featured Beers-

Our Newest Brews…


  • Back Road Rambler

    Our newest IPA. Nice and Juicy.

  • Dusty Dungarees

    This hazy yet light offering is certainly refreshing for the first NEIPA from the farm, (that’s a New England style IPA, for the laymen.) 

    We dry hopped Dusty Dungarees with Comet, Cashmere, Citra and Simcoe giving this beer a unique taste compared to our other IPA’s.

  • Ol’ Barn Sour series

    After 2 long years, our first true sour is ready. The First release is a blueberry-wheat sour is light, crisp, and a little funky. Perfect for a day on the farm out in the sun.   The Second release is a Black Currant Porter sour. That was aged for over 2 years. The Third release […]

  • Unintentional Haze

    A New Zealand IPA, with a hazy, almost golden/amber hue. Farm home-grown malt and far away land Hops come together to make this Unintentional Hazy IPA.

  • Grumpy Farmer

    Random Fact: Bats have E.S.P. – Extra-Sensory Perception…

    Random Fact: At Screamin’ Hill, we’ve got E.S.B.- English-Style-Bitter, It’s a lot better.

  • Wheat Did You Say?

    Wheat Did you Say?!? A.K.A. “WIPA,” here on the farm. This part Wheat, part IPA, hybrid; drinks lighter than some other IPA’s.

    It finishes with subtle citrus tones, due to the dry hopping of Citra & Mosaic hops, which makes this beer a real crowd pleaser.

  • Desperado IPA

    The Desperado IPA is a farm staple and a constant favorite of IPA fans.

    It’s golden/orange hue makes it as visually appealing as it’s taste & smell, which owes credit to the El Dorado hops that round out this balanced beer.

  • Rusty Farmer

    A perfectly named beer for its deep rich color. This American Amber/Irish Red, can be considered an “any day beer.”

    It pairs well with foods like BBQ or pizza. It’s light enough to enjoy after yard work or just plain hanging out with friends and family.

    No matter the occasion, it’s good to have a Rusty Farmer nearby.

  • A Beer Named Sue

    Our Black Wheat is probably our most surprising beer. Don’t be alarmed by its dark appearance!

    Despite looking just like a Stout/Porter, Sue is still light to drink, much like an American style Wheat beer.

    Sue also carries some toasted notes that hail from its dark roasted malts, which also lends to its signature almost black color.

  • Oats ‘N Hoes

    Gotta’ have me some Oats ‘N Hoes… A creamy Oatmeal Stout.

  • Snow Owl

    This American style stout is all about the vanilla. We use real vanilla beans added two different times for outstanding flavor and aroma. Black and chocolate malts combine with roasted malts to create a velvety richness for your mouth.

    History states that one of the earliest European settlers to what is now Monmouth county was a woman who lived to be 110 years old named Penelope Stout.


 

Please Note: The Brewery is happy to announce that we will be open every Sunday from 12-5pm; Until October 27th, 2019. - Thanks S.H.B. Staff
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