our brews


Creamy ale with a vanilla finish.
ABV | 5.3%
Hops | Cascade
Fun Fact | These hops are grown locally at Live Wire hopyard in Amboy, IL.

Farmer’s Basket

This gose is infused with strawberry and hibiscus for a sour fruit flavor. 
ABV | 4.5%
Hops | Galaxy
Fun Fact | This one came by its' name by mistake.  Grace misheard Aubrey say "Farmer's Breakfast" on the phone so the tapper was made.

Mother Hen

This hefeweizen was brewed with hibiscus flowers for brilliant floral flavors and color. 
ABV | 6.1%
Hops | Cascade
Fun Fact | This beer is named for Mom and Glenda- the "Mother Hens" of the farm.

Lemonade Stand

This shandy is topped with lemonade for a refreshing drink! 
ABV | 4.5%
Hops | Galaxy
Fun Fact | A shandy is classified as an alcoholic drink mixed with a non-alcoholic drink.

Cakes on the Griddle

Breathe in the aroma of fresh, buttery waffles before taking a sip of this lightly spiced ale
ABV | 5.4%
Hops | Magnum
Fun Fact | Adam named this one after a line in John Denver's song- "Thank God I'm a Country Boy."

The Farmer’s Daughter

An American Blonde Ale with a hint of citrus and carbonation level for the perfect refreshment. 
ABV | 5.2%
Hops | Tettnang
Fun Fact | This was our very first beer on tap named for Aubrey; the blonde farmer's daughter.

Cherries Jubilee

This pastry stout is bursting with cherry chocolatey flavors. 
ABV |  9.0%
Hops | Magnum
Fun Fact | Named after Aubrey's sister-in-law Jubilee, always fun and "cherry!"


This hefewizen has complementing vanilla and and clove tones with a hint of banana.
ABV | 5.6%
Hops | Hallertau
Fun Fact | During our first "soft" opening in December 2018 we had two beers on tap; The Farmer's Daughter and The Patriarch.

Home Farm

*Tapped out. Returning soon!

This light ale is the closest interpretation of a domestic beer. 
ABV | 4.7%
Hops | Cluster, Tettnang
Fun Fact | The cluster hop is the oldest variety grown in the United States.


This ale is known for its earthy tones and mild spices.
ABV | 5.6%
Hops | Saaz
Fun Fact | Adam named this one The Auger because he thought it was supposed to be a lager; but its actually an ale.

5.5 ounce taster | 16.75 ounce draft | Flight of four tasters | 64 ounce to-go growler
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