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Bottle Release For The Week Of Oct. 4 and Reminder!

Reminder!

Retail hours for the coming week are Wednesday - Friday, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

We are closed entirely Saturday, Oct. 7, for a multitude of reasons! This includes both bottle shop and tasting room. 

Thank you for your understanding. 

On Weds., Oct. 4, we are pleased to release Civil Disobedience Citrus and a new batch of Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup!

Civil Disobedience Citrus

Comprised of Arthur and Florence, which were aged in barrels for between 10 and 24 months and then conditioned atop a variety of fresh organic citrus for many months. Bright, lightly tart and delicate, this enlivens the memory of spring citrus as we wend our way towards cooler temperatures.

Civil Disobedience, our nonviolent protest against the homogenization of flavor, comes in the form of a spontaneous, circumstantial and unpredicted series of beer releases. We relinquish control in favor of an anarchistic collaboration of microbial activity. This is the expression of our conscience, our opposition to oppression and an act of creative freedom.

Please visit our bottle release page, http://hillfarmstead.com/bottle-release, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required for this bottle).

Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup

We fill bourbon barrels from our favorite distilleries with maple syrup produced by our friends at Peck Family Farm in East Montpelier, Vt. The syrup is aged several months and then packaged in a resealable container; this year we will once again offer 750ml glass flip-top containers as well as new 375ml corked and waxed bottles! Because of the aging process, you may experience some barreling sediment, but we have taken all possible precautions to eliminate it while maintaining the essential maple and bourbon character.

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