Barn to be Wild

Just a bit of bret gives this beer a little tang in a light ale that has the fruitiness of Amarillo hops.   Extremely drinkable and delicious.   You do not have to be a sour ale fan to love thsi beer.   Get in touch with your wild side.


Another 100% New York grown beer, this is in American wheat beer with tart cherry juice added to the secondary fermentation. This beer is made using organic wheat grown at the Oechsner Farm in Newfield, cherry juice from Western NY and hops grown in Lansing. Subtle and Refreshing!

St. Bernard

This copper colored ale has a depth that goes beyond its initial malty nose. The simple grain bill includes pilsen, Special B and Munich malts. Lightly hopped to tip the scales to the malty side. New York malt and hops are used along with those from Europe to create an intercontinental brew. Complexity comes from […]

Patriot Grains

During the American Revolution, Ben Franklin appealed to the colonists to “brew locally” and not import from the big breweries in England. In that spirit we have brewed an American amber ale. this beer features malty goodness and is dry-hopped with Liberty for balance (the hop varietal, not the concept). Join the Revolution!


The next crazy Hopshire brew is a cherry wheat ale aged for more than 2 years in a red wine barrel. It has a strong oak nose and taste with a fruitiness from the cherry and grape. The taste is dry and tart with the barrel flavors of oak and vanilla. Enjoy this refreshing summer […]

Hopshire First Birthday Celebration!

Guess what, we are almost a year old. It has been a great first year here at Hopshire with all of our old and new Hopshire friends and we want to celebrate that with you! We have brewed ~50 batches in our first year ranging the entire spectrum of Mellow, Middling and Mighty which will […]

Hopshire Gives Back – Lessons Learned and Brewery Basics

Are you considering opening a brewery as a retirement project (like us) or as an exciting business venture with several business partners that are ready to take the brewing industry by storm? Here at Hopshire we love this industry and want to do all we can to help it grow, especially in New York State. […]

We want you, and your fresh hops!

Are you a local hops farmer or just a beer enthusiast that has a couple vines up in the garden?  On Saturday, August 31st you will have an opportunity to share your NY grown hops with other people like you since we at Hopshire will be creating a fresh hopped ale (aptly named coHOPeration) using […]

We are Now a Farm Brewery!

Fifth Farm Brewery in the State Hopshire Farm & Brewery recently received a farm brewery designation from the State of New York.   We are the 5th brewery to be licensed under the farm brewery law that went into effect in January 2013.  This designation is perfectly aligned with our goal to incorporate New York grown […]

Hopshire Heads to Da West(y)

Who likes beer (especially Hopshire beer), amazing cocktails and a backyard patio full of fun and games? I know that I most certainly like all of those, but if only there was some way to combine them… Well, good news, all of these will be at Da Westy down on 516 W. State St. this […]