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It is important for you to know that Easthampton has fantastic water, therefore our fantastic breweries. This one is great, in a lovely building with a great patio and friendly staff. They often have music to go with the beer and sometimes a food truck...More
First time going here, will definitely go back again. Good selection of beers, lots of really good ones. Cool place, good vibe, nice outdoor patio area. Also dog friendly so that's a plus. And the staff was super super friendly.
We came here on a party bus with a group of people for my birthday this past weekend. There was a great band playing, a pool table and plenty of room. The bartender (I wish I had caught her name) was so attentive and accommodating...More
My wife, Debbie, and I visited Fort Hill Brewery on Friday afternoon at its 4:00 opening as others were starting to arrive. I was surprised by the open, large and comfortable space right off. We sat at the new, long and spacious wooden bar and...More
My wife and I are avid brewery and micro brewery fans, enjoying finding new locations and beers to sample. I have been a fan of Fort Hill beer for a while now (Jigsaw Jazz is the bomb) and finally made it out to the brewery...More
Fort Hill brews according to the German Purity Law (Reinheitsgebot) which limits the ingredients they can brew with (and keeps the chemicals and other nasty stuff out of their beer), and it shows! They have great-tasting beers ranging from lagers to IPAs to "rauchbier" (smoky...More
Fort Hill Brewery was the third stop out of seven breweries visited on Saturday. It is a hidden gem in Easthampton, MA. The facility is adjacent to a rail trail. I can't think of a better place for a break from my exercise routine! The...More
My husband and I were taking a pleasant walk on the trail off a branch we had not travelled before. We were actually deciding exactly what we were going to do upon our return when we spied Fort Hill Road and the brewery on our...More