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Next Bottled Beers:

UPDATED 6/25/17

(Chronologically by intended Date of Release)

On Retail Shelf:

  • Sue: Sue is the wine barrel-aged version of Susan (1891-1975), our grandfather's sister and the namesake of our bright, citrusy Farmstead® IPA. Aged for nearly two years, it has developed and evolved into its current manifestation: a complex, lightly tart and delicately hopped Farmstead® ale. 750ml. $30. Limit 2 bottles per person. (credit card and matching ID required, please see our bottle release policy). 

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  • Anna: Farmstead® ale with raw Vermont wildflower honey. 750ml. $10
  • Florence: Farmstead® wheat ale. 750ml. $10
  • Brother Soigné: Farmstead® ale brewed with lime, blood orange, and hibiscus. 750ml. $10
  • Arthur: Farmstead® ale brewed with American and European hops. 750ml. $10
  • Farmer Wave: Ale brewed with oats, lime zest, lime juice, and salt in collaboration with our dear friend Matt Dinges of Good Life Provisions. 750ml. $12.
  • Madness & Civilization #9: A blend of Barrel-Aged Everett and Birth of Tragedy, aged in bourbon barrels for 2 years, and Genealogy, conditioned with coconut and vanilla. 500ml. $20. Limit 6 bottles per person.
  • Clara: Farmstead® Grisette. 750ml, $10.

New onsite-only offering:

  • Civil Disobedience #18: A blend primarily consisting of Barrel Aged Dorothy and Puncheon Arthur, this blend is only available for onsite consumption in our tasting room and will not be available to take home. 750ml.
  •  Onward:
  • Infinite Surprises. Unannounced wonderment.  Lackluster updating of bottle releases.
  • Leaves of Grass
  • Wine barrel-aged Farmstead® ales
  • Bourbon barrel-aged imperial stouts 

A note about Leaves of Grass: 5HL batches on our baby brewhouse. 100% oak fermented and aged. Recurring experimentation. 

Because the nature of and small volumes for particular beers, we envision the best scenario in which to present and enjoy them to be at the brewery—where they are conceived, crafted and conditioned. With that in mind, and in order to be most fair to our customers, from time to time during normal retail hours, we will release select vintage bottles and extremely small releases like Ann for onsite consumption only.  As with most things at our brewery, these random releases are at the whim of our brewers...

All information subject to change...