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For Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17:

We will be open, and the roads are plowed, but as always, take your time and drive carefully.

If you don't have winter tires, we'd suggest taking the route from Greensboro village (Take the Bend Road from Route 16, right onto Cemetery Ridge to Garvin Hill Road, then Jaffin and Hill Road as normal)




Wednesday through Saturday

12 p.m. - 5 p.m.




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Bottles Releases for Weds., Feb. 28, 2018

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, we will release two new iterations in our Leaves of Grass series!

• Leaves of Grass: March 2, 2017

This entry in the series was brewed nearly a year ago with barley, wheat, oats and both juice and zest of Meyer lemons. It was fermented and aged in wine barrels, then allowed to bottle condition for several months. Inspired by Farmer Wave, this beer was brewed during our Farmer Wave sessions with Matt Dinges of Good Life Provisions as a prototype for future excursions.

• Leaves of Grass: September 18, 2015

Brewed over two years ago and allowed to age in chardonnay wine barrels for 18 months, this was brewed with barley, oats, wheat, honey and Nelson Sauvin hops, then aged on gooseberries and Northern Kiwi Fruit from our friends at Elmore Roots in Elmore, Vermont. This beer and recipe is based upon a 2006 pilot brew version of a New Zealand inspired beer—which, loosely, would become Juicy.

Please visit our bottle release page,, for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required for this bottle).

We will also have fresh cans of Citra Single Hop Pale Ale available!

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