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Retail Update for 10 February 2024

Arthur: Plum • Dry-Hopped Mary • Susan • The Maine Events

For the week ahead, we will debut a novel expression of our quintessential Farmstead® ale, Arthur, alongside a twist on our German-style Pilsner and the (actual) return of Susan! Also, we’ll have Pie Empire in the taproom on Saturday, 17 February, with their traditional hand pies. 

Finally, we will be co-hosting two events in Portland, Maine! Our old friend Rick Binet will host us at Mash Tun on Friday, 16 February, and former intern and longtime friend Wade Ritchey will host us at his new bar, Lambs, on Saturday, 17 February.

Arthur: Plum

Arthur’s namesake beer—a Farmstead® ale crafted from American malted barley, European and American hops, our distinctive farmhouse yeast, and water from our well—was rested for 16 months in our puncheons and was then conditioned atop a blend of organically grown plums from our neighbors at Elmore Roots in Elmore, Vt. The resulting elevated expression of Arthur, paired with local, organic fruit, sings an elegant song of seasonality.

Mary: Hallertau Mittelfrüh

To honor Edward’s mother, this version of our unfiltered and naturally carbonated German-style Pilsner is brewed with our well water, malted barley, our favorite German hops, classic German lager yeast, and dry-hopped with organic German Hallertau Mittelfrüh.

Also in the Retail Shop

Canned and growler options will include Excursions: Southland Motueka, Difference & Repetition: Citra®/Nelson Sauvin/Simcoe®, Double Citra, Marie, George, and Song of Winter. Don’t forget to bring your clean growlers! Edward is always available to go in growlers.

Our bottle selection includes Damon: Bourbon|Port, Vera Mae 2017, Wheat Blanc, Juicy, Anna, Arthur, Brother Soigné, Florence, Charlie, Charlie: Raspberry, Clara, Raspberry: 2022 Harvest, Self-Reliance: Motueka, and Table Dorothy.


Bottle and glass of Arthur Plum