We’ve built this brewery to keep the Hopkins’ farming legacy going into its second century. That’s right, Hopkins have been farming this ground since the 1920s. Over the past 100 years, Hopkins have been milking cows, growing tomatoes, milking more cows, growing corn, soybeans, more tomatoes, and of course, barley.
We’re now experimenting with growing hops. Look around our tap room and you will see reclaimed barn-wood and stone from this farm. If walls could talk, they would tell stories of hard work, good times, and strong family spirit.
We invite you to come share a beer with us and celebrate being part of it all!