Half Hill Farm expands to new Woodbury location

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Half Hill Farm is moving into the building next to DTC on High Street in Woodbury. The kombucha and extract maker purchased the 3,600 square feet building with plans to expand manufacturing and retail.

The High Street location will feature a kombucha tap and tasting room with growler refills, products made by the farm, hand crafted gifts and products that promote better health and well being.

"We are so excited to keep growing in Woodbury," said co-owner Christian Grantham. "We're grateful the Arts Center gave our farm an opportunity to grow and for the community helping us find a home right off the square."

Half Hill Farm is currently in the third year of a shared lease at the Arts Center of Cannon County where they make and bottle kombucha, botanical extracts, apple cider vinegar tonics, tinctures, teas and more. They will officially open on High Street when the lease with the Arts Center is up at the end of the year.

"Customers can still get our kombucha on tap at the Arts Center all year," said co-owner Vince Oropesa. Arts Center location visitors can also try Half Hill Farm's new herbal tea-based energy shots and other products coming out later this year.

Since opening retail and manufacturing at the Arts Center in 2016, Half Hill Farm launched several new products proudly made here in Woodbury. The most popular is kombucha, a fermented, fizzy health beverage available in different flavors by the bottle, growler or keg.

Half Hill Farm opened a second retail store in Bell Buckle, TN (Wellness Emporium) earlier this year. The company partnered with Manchester native Scot Smotherman to help make the expansion happen. Smotherman will manage Half Hill Farm's business development and growth.

You can find Half Hill Farm's products at their stores here in Woodbury and Bell Buckle, Harvest Local Foods in Manchester and The Turnip Truck in Nashville. For more information, visit https://halfhillfarm.com.

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