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Jun172017

Updates For The Week Of June 21, 2017

Good week? Big week!

We couldn’t be more excited to announce that we will be joined at our Festival of Farmhouse Ales, August 5, by The White Buffalo! Jake Smith will make his triumphant return to perform for FoFA again, and if you’re not familiar with his amazing music, click over to http://thewhitebuffalo.com. Jake performed here at FoFA in 2013, and we’ve been trying to coordinate with him a return performance ever since—and it’s finally happening!

More good news? You bet! 

Beginning Weds., June 21, in our bottle shop during normal retail hours, we'll release a block of tickets for purchase to our August 5th Festival of Farmhouse Ales 2017! A set amount of tickets will be made available each day this week, Weds. through Saturday. Complete information for the event can be found at www.hillfarmstead.com/fofa.

Each ticket is $100 plus Vermont state rooms and meals tax, and each purchase includes a designated driver ticket (see site for details on our designated driver policies). There is a limit of 2 tickets per person. Please note: these tickets are non-transferrable; purchaser name will be written on each ticket and purchaser listed on ticket must match ID at check-in. 

Finally, how about a new draft beer? Absolutely!

Making its debut on Weds. in the tasting room will be a brand new IPA: Dharma Bum. With a mountain of Simcoe hops, Dharma Bum, is the sort of beer we love—balanced, soft, hugely aromatic and entirely too drinkable.