Where to Find Us!

Looking for our unique, farm-fresh spirits? Stop on in to the historic Marshfield Village Store at 1425 Route 2, Marshfield, Vt and visit our quaint bar tucked into the back of the store. The perfect place to enjoy a farm-raised cocktail with tourists and locals alike. Open Wed 5-9, Thur, Fri and Sat 4-9pm.

If you are looking for more of a farm experience you can find us at our newest working farm location at 2603 Route 2 Cabot, Vt, starting Labor Day weekend! We will update here as progress continues. Please call ahead to 802-426-2052 if you are visiting the farm and want to be certain someone is there to help you.

Last, but certainly not least you can book guided tours of our farm and distillery by e-mailing us at hookermountainfarm@gmail.com at our home and working farm location 1193 Lovely Rd, Cabot Vt. Carrie or Kempton will be happy to take you on a one our tour and tasting of our working farm distillery.
Come experience Vermont’s most diverse and delicious line of hand-crafted spirits. From our crisp and woodsy spruce gin to our wood-aged rums, cider cordial and sweet maple dairy liqueurs, we have something for everyone. We’re keeping our shelves stocked this summer with our flagship line of farm grown and distilled whiskies made with our grain from the 2018 harvest.

Now in Stock:
Bourbon Mash Whiskey
Thorn Hawthorn Fernet
Poor Farm maple-aged rum
Spruce forest & garden gin
Molly’s Fall’s Anisette
Drifter Bitters exotic spice liqueur
Village Store maple gold rum
Spirited Cider apple cider cordial
Woke Milk & Coffee liqueur
Spearmint double-infused rum
Poor Farm Vodka
Dirt Farmer Potato Whiskey
Harvester Pumpkin Spirit

Open for bottle sales & cocktails
Wednesday 5-9 Thursday 4-9pm
Friday 4-9pm
Saturday 4-9pm
Inside the Village Store
1425 US RT 2, Downtown Marshfield, Vermont or Find us at 2603 Route 2 Cabot, VT starting Labor Day weekend

We’re a family-run permaculture farm working our land by hand to raise the finest grains and fruit for our spirits. We work hard to bring the flavors of our fields and forests to you in every bottle. 

We source the inputs for our spirits directly from our farm, and feed our distilling wastes back to our pigs and chickens. Waste-not want-not.

We hope you can come see our wood-fired still, sample our fine spirits and visit our distillery we built ourselves with lumber we milled on the farm. 

-Kempton and Carrie Randolph