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Alchemist Heady Topper Schedule Change

Thirsty?  Check this out!

In an effort to give both locals and beer pilgrimage folk the best and most consistent opportunity to purchase one of the more sought after brews in the world… we’re releasing the Alchemist Heady Topper four days instead of three!

We’re devious over here and always shaking things up in the craft beer world at the Beverage Warehouse and so here is our current Heady Topper schedule:

~  Tues 10a
~  Weds 8p
~  Thurs 10a
~  Sat 10a

As usual, we sell it by the case (you don’t have to buy a case!) and we make sure everyone who is here gets the chance to buy Heady Topper (we don’t have 100+ cases for each release!) which means some days 37 people get a case, and other days, 15 people get to buy a case.  We base how many people can buy a case on how many people are in line.

If you’re in the front of the line, you get to buy more than people in the back of the line but everyone gets to buy some frothy, fresh, VT canned IPA – we share the wealth!

Everyday is a new, delicious adventure at the Bevie so we cannot predict how many people will get a case of Heady Topper but we can assure you that at every release, we count how many people are in line and if you’re here when we release it, you’re golden!

For FAQ’s, info, and crazy good VT Beer updates, be sure to check out our beer hit list page and official Heady Topper section.

14th Star Saison du Miles Winners

*** Bronze Medal Winner VT Announcement ***

14th-star-saison-du-miles-tastings Brewery owner / brewer / veteran / great guy in general extraordinaire has blessed the VT craft beer community with an unexpected bonus!

Originally, we were supposed to only have a single case of his fantastic Saison du Miles but Steve released more of this incredible, award winning beer for us to share.  During the Make the Cut homebrew contest people’s vote, bar patrons could find our bevy kraken and snag a free raffle ticket  from him for the chance to purchase a Saion du Miles. (image tastings.com)

All we can tell you is that Steve generously supplied more than we originally anticipated and we are stoked to announce the following winners:

(please bring your ticket in, each bottle has a
corresponding
ticket attached to it)

1120881 1120905 1120923
1120882 1120906 1120925
1120884 1120907 1120926
1120886 1120908 1120927
1120888 1120909 1120942
1120889 1120910 1120946
1120892 1120911 1120947
1120893 1120912 1120950
1120896 1120913 1120951
1120897 1120914 1120952
1120899 1120915 1120954
1120900 1120918 1120955
1120901 1120919 1120957
1120902 1120920 1120958
1120903 1120921 1120959
1120904 1120922 1120961

The 14th Star Saison du Miles has wowed those lucky enough to taste it and won a coveted bronze medal.  The top tier of judges during the Make the Cut homebrew competition  each got a chance to taste the Saison du Miles and were enormously impressed.

If you have a ticket that matches one of the numbers we listed, scoot on in to the Beverage Warehouse ASAP and stake your claim on purchasing this delicious, award winning, rare saison ($18.99/750ml) and please share this VT gem with others.

(please bring your ticket in, each bottle has a
corresponding
ticket attached to it)

Cheers to Steve at 14th Star Brewery (http://www.14thstarbrewing.com/), our partners at Farrell Distributing (http://www.farrelldistributing.com/), and VT Beer!

Maine Beer Co. | A Tiny Beautiful Something

maine-beer-co-a-tiny-beautiful-something-beverage-warehouse-vt-beerMaine Beer Co. Release!

Maine Beer Co.
A Tiny Beautiful Something
American Pale Ale | ABV:5.5%

A tiny beautiful something showcases a new hop variety, El Dorado. We started playing around with this hop last year. We brewed a pilot batch with this hop exclusively and one with it blended with some of our other favorite Northwest varieties. In the end, we decided that the El Dorado had such a unique and interesting character on its own, so we decided to brew it as a “single hop” pale ale. The aroma and flavor offer intense candied orange and citrus zest. A touch of flaked oats provide a rounded, silky mouthfeel. And like our other hoppy offerings, tiny was brewed to finish dry and clean.