Lost Towns Brewing

483 Main St, Gilbertsville, MA

Owners of the Lost Towns Brewing are farmer brewers! Curtis and his wife Halley own Still Life Farm in Hardwick, MA. The farm is the backbone of the brewery. They are passionate that you should taste the essence of Still Life Farm's local produce in the beers they brew.
Local farm ingredients incorporated into the beers include summer fruits like apricots and cherries, fall produce like apples and pumpkins, and aromatic fresh herbs like lemongrass and basil. Lost Towns Brewing's connection with the farm gives you the unique opportunity to try some 'outside the box' beers with an emphasis on locally grown ingredients.

What to drink

Sleeping Sheep Galaxy IPA

Session IPA

A light session-style IPA made with Pilsner malt and single-hopped with Galaxy hops.


Vollheim's Volley IPA

Vienna Style IPA

This Vienna Style IPA has fruity notes and a hoppy finish, made hoppier by the addition of local fresh hops from Stillman's Farm in New Braintree, MA. Vollheim's Volley is named in honor of Eric Vollheim, better known as 'Cupcake', our beloved brewer's assistant!


Hardwick Pale Ale

Pale Ale

A slightly maltier version of a pale ale with a mellow hop profile. Easy drinking, and just right for fall weather. Reminiscent of a lager, though brewed with ale yeast.


Winsor Dam Wheat Ale

Wheat Ale

One of our flagship beers, this drinkable wheat ale uses a high percentage of wheat in the grain bill, and Hallertau hops round out the base.


Farm Dog Blonde Ale

Blonde Ale

This traditional blonde ale is a flagship beer at the brewery. This golden ale is lightly malted with Pilsner malt and hopped with Saaz noble German hops.


Plough Horse Porter


Crystal, Chocolate and Black Patent malt is used in this beer to get that creamy dark delicious malty flavor everyone craves in a porter. The malt flavor is balanced with the addition of Cascade hops.


Sunshine Before the Frost

Squash Ale

A pale ale made with locally grown Sunshine kabocha squash from Still Life Farm. Smooth with a hint o f squash sweetness.




Our take on the traditional Octoberfest style made with Ale yeast. Malty with a touch of bitterness. Made with Vienna and Munich malts and noble German hops.



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