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Tap Room Wednesday Through Saturday

12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

We accept Cash, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Listed retail prices include Vermont Meals & Onsite Alcohol Tax as applicable. 

Currently on DRAFT, available in 25cl pours:

  • Edward: American Pale Ale
  • Marie: German-Style Helles Lager
  • Conduct of Life: American Pale Ale
  • What is Enlightenment?: American Pale Ale
  • Harlan: American IPA
  • Susan: American IPA
  • Everett: American Robust Porter
  • Shirley Mae (On Nitro): American Session Porter with coffee and lactose sugar

Current BOTTLES available for onsite consumption:

  • Brother Soigné: Farmstead® Ale brewed with hibiscus, blood orange, and lime. 
  • Anna: Farmstead® ale brewed with raw, Vermont wildflower honey. 
  • Convivial Suaréz: Farmstead® ale brewed with lemon, wheat and hibiscus.
  • Florence: Farmstead® wheat ale.

Current GUEST BOTTLES available for onsite consumption:

  • Trou du Diable: Argan - A collaborative brew with our friends at Trou du Diable in Shawinigan, Quebec. Argan is a gluten-reduced saison brewed in February 2014, aged in oak and bottle conditioned.
  • Blaugies: La Vermontoise - A spelt saison brewed with Amarillo hops was made in collaboration with Hill Farmstead.
  • Rotating Guest/Vintage Offering

Current FOOD available:

  • Cheese Plates  - Montgomery's Cheddar, Ibores and Chabis Feuille
  • Olives - In-house Marinated Castelveltrano Olives

Upcoming FOOD VENDORS:

 

     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...