You must be at least 21 years of age to enter.

As of July 6, 2017, our tasting room will be closed to the public as we undergo construction to expand it!  Like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram or check back here to receive updates and reopening dates!

Crafting quality lagers and ales with a focus on traditional German brewing techniques in Easthampton, MA since 2014. 

In 2010, after attending the Siebel Institute for brewing, Eric began looking for a location for his new brewery. He visited over 60 different sites, but all were tainted by levels of contamination. Refusing to put the quality of his future brews in jeopardy, he looked west, considering locations in Southampton, Three Rivers, Palmer, and Easthampton. He ultimately settled on a former hay field in Easthampton at the base of Mount Tom, located on Fort Hill Road. 

Why Easthampton? The water. 

Per the German purity law, water is one of only four main ingredients that go into our beer. We strive to use the highest quality ingredients in our beer, and the water was no exception. Easthampton’s water comes from the Barnes Aquifer system, a complex of several productive aquifers extending about twelve miles underground. In 2015, Easthampton won the gold medal for best tasting water in the 16th annual Great American Water Taste Test. We like to think better water means better beer, and we think you’ll agree.

Finding the right location was just the beginning. In November 2012, Fort Hill Brewery rose under the watchful eye of Mount Tom. Construction went on for two years before the first beer, an Oktoberfest, was released in 2014. The same month, Fort Hill Brewery opened its doors to the public, offering tastings, tours, and growlers, as we continue to do a year later today.

Meet the Crew

 

Phone

(413) 203-5754

Location

30 Fort Hill Road
off of East Street
Easthampton, MA 01027

Hours

The Tasting Room is closed for construction until further notice.

Tasting Room


Our tasting room is currently closed to the public while we are under construction to expand our tasting room.  Check back in late October to find out our exact re-open date.

Once we re-open, we will offer samples, pints, and growlers and cans to take away. We will feature live music Thursday-Sunday, starting one hour after open until close. To find out who is playing, check out our Events page

Food

While the brewery does not serve food, you are welcome to bring your own food to the tasting room!

GroupS

If you plan on visiting the brewery with a larger group, please contact us in advance so we can best accommodate you. The tasting room is available for rent during times we are not open to the public.

children

Due to limited space and seating, the taproom is 21+ only.

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