Locally-Grown Hops in Decatur County, Indiana


Spring Hill Hops is a family-based hops farm. We wanted to create a business out of the land our family has managed and farmed for decades.  We also wanted to be apart of a new agribusiness that works alongside and directly with Indiana and mid-western businesses. We also have heard and received great community excitement and help through our hops yard stages of growth.

We strive very much to make this hops yard about the community and the people we have lived with for years.  We look forward to growing bonds and partnerships with people and businesses that have a passion and a desire to help further our knowledge and involvement in the local Indiana and Midwest craft beer industry.

Spring Hill Hops is our way of living and choosing a happier more enriching lifestyle within our family, friends and community. And who isn’t happy when their drinking and growing beer?

 Who We Are

Daryl Tressler

Born and Raised in Decatur County, Indiana on a family farm, Graduate of University of Indianapolis, and worked for Mainsource Bank for 40+ years and  recently retired as CEO of Mainsource Bank. He also is a member of many committees and boards within the Greensburg Indiana community.

Greg Tressler

Born and raised in Decatur County Indiana, Graduated from Michigan State University with a agriscience degree. Farming on our family farm growing row crops and recently starting Springhill Hops business on our family farm.

Caden Tressler

He is the son of Greg and grandson of Daryl. Eight grade student at Greensburg Community Schools. He is actively involved in our family farm operation. Also is an active 4H member and a part of the school Archery team.

Why the Hops Business?

We aim to give local breweries access to hops that are grown within close proximity of Indiana breweries and within miles of others. This will, in return, save them money on shipping costs and allow them to have access to hops within minutes or a few hours at the most, giving them peace of mind their brewing schedule stays on time.  We also hope to create more of a demand for locally-sourced hops as we continue on into the future with new varieties and aromas they only can get with hops from Indiana and giving local brewers more options with the beers they brew with our hops.

Our passion for Indiana as well as Midwestern craft beer and its continued success drive us to keep improving the hops that are grown local and making a new successful agriculture market in our state along with our continued interest into the whole science and processes to grow top of the line hops drove us to become and be a part of the hops and beer industry.