After 4 years… we sadly but so proudly are saying farewell to Oliver.
He is off to Boston to pursue his career in Health Care!
We know so many of you have made connections through the Bevie with him so if you want to clink glasses with him and wish him well, he will be at Hen of the Wood in Burlington on Tuesday June 23rd starting at 7:00PM.
Man…. it has been a great 4 years our friend… it’s time to take on a new path as long as the side ones lead you back to visiting us.
Jen, George, Todd, Jason and the entire Bevie Staff
Lunch Our “East Coast” version of a West Coast-style IPA. Intense hop flavors and aromas of tropical and citrus fruits and pine dominate. A subtle malt sweetness brings the beer into balance. Lunch is a special whale that has been spotted off the Maine coast since 1982. She has what looks like a bite taken out of her fin which adds to her unique character. We dedicate this beer to her determination and persistence.
Color – Orange
ABV – 7.0%
O.G. – 1.059
Malt – American 2-Row, CaraPils, Caramel 40L, Munich 10L, Red Wheat
in case you haven’t heard, Not Your Father’s Root Beer
is on fire right now, people are even trading for
it online just like certain beers.
Despite having a 5.9% ABV, Not Your Father’s Root Beer does not taste like an alcoholic so keep that in mind when enjoying this by itself or in an adult root beer float.
10 more cases landed in our store, try a 6 pack today and find out for yourself what all the buzz for Not Your Father’s Root Beer is!
Not Your Father’s Root Beer | 5.9% ABV | 10.99/6pk (+dep/tax)
From http://smalltownbrewery.com: My great-great-grandfather from the 1600s was the captain of a ship in England. He was also a bit of a gambler. As legend has it, he won a brewery during a high-stakes card game, which led him to start crafting his own beers. He began brewing beer on the ships he sailed. This allowed him to travel further than other vessels because beer stayed fresh during long journeys. The story goes that his beer was even consumed on a fleet of ships he commanded that transported some of the earliest settlers to America. Growing up, I had never heard the complete story about my great-great-grandfather until I expressed an interest in making my own beer. When I told my mom that I planned to open a brewery, she finally revealed my family’s beer making history and why brewing was “in my blood.” Using some of my great-great-grandfather’s recipes as inspiration, I founded Small Town Brewery. At Small Town, our goal is to honor my family’s beer making tradition by creating specialty beers with unique and flavorful ingredients.
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