We are New Jersey’s Farm Brewery


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.


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…

  • 1860 Series

    In this series we will be using our 10bbl white-oak feudor. What really makes this unique is not only will it be brewed will Bullock Farms malt, but it will be fermented with a blend of saison and brett yeast that will actually live inside the oak panels. This will give each rendition of the series it’s own unique flavors.

  • Blood Orange Pale Ale

    We asked our Harvesters what new beer they’d like us to brew for our annual Harvest Club Pig Roast. This Pale ale was the result of their combined ideas, and has quickly become an all-time favorite! It’s brewed with a simple malt bill of farm raised 2 row and lightly roasted crystal, calypso hops for aroma, as well as the juice and zest from a whole bunch of blood oranges for that unique sweet and bitter citrus zing. There’s a lot of blood sweat and tears that goes into farming and brewing. Since we cant put real blood in beer, this is the next best thing

  • Crop Rotation

    This is what we are calling our Single-Hop series. We will be rotating through different Hops with each batch. – Right now it’s Mosaic. Tasty!

  • Desperado IPA

    A whole lot of Bullock Farms 2 row malt, and some lightly roasted crystal malt come together to create a clean malt profile that balances nicely with the big hop bill. Generously hopped with Summit and Chinook, and finished with a healthy dose of El Dorado. The result is a balanced hop character where you’ll find pine and citrus, with a whole lot of tropical fruit a desperado is said to be a reckless renegade, an outlaw with a cutthroat sensibility and pirate mentality. This IPA says Cheers to the desperado in all of us.

  • Golden Gregg & the Ram Chargers

    Golden Gregg & the Ram Chargers is a our newest addition to our brews. It’s a light, easy to drink, Golden Ale. It’s an instant classic, much like the unrenowned band it was named after, “Gregg & the Ram Chargers.” Legend has it that Gregg, the Leader of the band can be spotted from time […]

  • Thrill Hill Habañero Ale

    This blonde ale is all about the Habañero peppers grown on our farm. Its low enough on the scoville scale that most can enjoy it, but hot enough that the delicious habañero flavor is there to enjoy. Calypso is used for finishing hops for a little fruity aroma to go with the floral aroma of the peppers. Don’t be such a sissy, just try it!

  • Tree-Line Pale Ale

    A malty pale ale, with piney, resinous hop characteristics, with a smooth, yet subtle bitterness.

  • Vanilla Stout

    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.