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Hickory Creek Brewing Company

Hickory Creek Brewing Company

1005 W. Laraway Road, Unit 260
New Lenox, IL 60451
779-803-3974 OR 815-245-6042
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Hickory Creek Brewing grows their own hops on their property -- Cascade, Willamette, and Centennial varieties. They use the remaining silo from the former farmstead as a support structure for the hop vines. They also have black walnut, wild pear, crab apple, and mulberry trees on our property, provides an interesting flavor to their beers. Part of the Heritage Corridor Ale Trail.


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