Curbside Releases for 29-31 July
The coming week of 29-31 July will see the return of Edward cans—albeit with a different look to which you’ve become accustomed! Plus, Grassroots Brewing/Hill Farmstead 10th Anniversary Lemon Cello and Wachu Saison has arrived and will be available for curbside ordering, along with a new Self-Reliance entry, new cans of Amarillo® Single Hop IPA, and more.
On two occasions in the last few months, we have offered Edward in 16 oz. cans, all the while remaining unsure of a label design that might accurately represent the emotion and identity of this first recipe brewed in our brewery. We have developed a fondness for the draft and growler-only representation of this beer and have been unsure of the future of continuing to package it in cans. We initially released Edward without a label and marked only the bottom of each can with its name and expiry. Over the last few weeks, as it has become clear that this Pandemic Future will continue to place a moratorium on growler sales, a label design coalesced; today, we debut that design, and next week, you’ll be able to see it first hand and enjoy a fresh batch of Edward emboldened with its first visual identity beyond a pint glass or growler.
Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay “Self-Reliance,” as does all of his writing, continues to inspire and compel us to engage in the perennial introspection, which is to reflect, examine, and refine. This release of our Farmstead® single-hop India pale ale series was brewed in January of 2020, fermented and conditioned entirely in an oak foudre, and hopped exclusively with Galaxy™.
Our online Retail Shop page has all the details for curbside ordering, and you may order directly at http://toasttab.com/hillfarmstead/ . Please arrive as near to your selected time as possible; it helps keep a smoother flow and ensures fewer back-ups!
Residents of other states who live in counties across the Northeast including New England; NY; PA; OH; NJ; DE; MD; DC; VA; and WV. that have a similar active COVID-19 caseload to Vermont (less than 400 active cases per million) may enter the state for leisure travel without quarantining in a personal vehicle.
Those of you in a quarantined county or from any other state outside of the Northeast, must quarantine per ACCD guidelines. For an updated map and travel guidelines, please visit https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel.
We thank you for respecting and observing these travel guidelines, as it helps us maintain the safety and health of our staff, community, and families.
Thank you all for your support!