Thresher

Pale Ale with Amarillo hops.  Crushable.

Night Owl

Night owl is a Porter.  This Porter has a light, almost refreshing mouth feel. It’s great for those who like porters and for those who are looking to convert into the dark side.

Wolfpack

The pinnacle of our “Crop Rotation” Single-Hop Series. Wolfpack, combines our three favorite versions of the series to make this staff favorite, Triple-Hop Pale ale.

Mosaic, Ekuanot, & Idaho 7; are the three best friends that this beer could ever have.

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.

Screamin’ Magnolia IPA

A classic American east coast style IPA that has quickly become a favorite. Lightly roasted malts and our farm grown pale malt forge subtle maltiness with a nice light brown color, while cascade chinook and citra hops create the citrus and pine notes for a wonderfully hoppy IPA.

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.

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.

Golden Gregg & the Ram Chargers

Golden Gregg & the Ram Chargers is an exceptionally crisp and refreshing Golden Ale, that focuses on the farm’s pilsner malt.

It was brewed for a man that wears many hats here at the brewery, Gregg. His band might not be real but he’s our rock star.

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.