Pop into the Bevie Friday, May 6th from 3:30-6p and hangout with Kevin, the brewer of Hogback Brewing!
Hogback Brewing is the newest brewery bottling in VT, if you haven’t tried any Hogback beers yet, this is the perfect time to sip some suds and chat with the brewer!
~ Carriage Barn Series – Pink Boots Gose with Blood Oranges – a Gose that is sour and lightly salty that ends up with a matched orange finish. APV is 4.4%, 11 IBUs
~ Carriage Barn Series – Pink Boots Big Brew – An American Sour with Cherries – a moderately soured taste up front that transitions to a light cherry taste at the finish. APV is 5.2%, 10 IBUs
~ Rock’s Flying Service – A pale ale that is malt forward with American cascade hops, almonst an English Mild. APV is 5.0%, 23 IBUs.
~ Carriage Barn Series – Addy Brown – A full body brown ale hints of chocolate, and a moderate earthy/bitter hop presence. APV is 4.5%, 43 IBUs.
~ Park Filling Station – A Kolsch style ale that is light and crips with German Tettnang hops. APV is 4.5%, 21 IBUs.
~ The Bristol Railroad – A Hefe-Weizen with banana aromas as well as bananna taste with a hint of cloves. This beer is 50% wheat with Saaz hops. APV is 5.3, 10 IBUs.
Hermit Thrust Sour Beer is Here!
One 4pk per person of each style while supplies last – I can tell you these will go fast and are incredible. I can’t wait until we get more. Because of all the beer-ness we’ve got going on over here, these are next to our ‘Schlitz & Giggles’ sign as indicated by the red dot. Enjoy! (I know I did)
Style: Sour Ale
Inspired by the town of Brattleboro, the unique sour ale captures the best of local flavors. Brattlebeer is slightly tart, light bodied and dry with both fruity and malty undertones, and a rocky, champagne-like head. Fermented spontaneously with a blend of local apple cider, malt, and hops, this delicate pale ale pairs well with soft cheeses and herbal entrees, and often compliments seasonal fruit desserts.
Green Street SIPA
Style: Sour India Pale Ale
Our Green Street Sour IPA is the sour take on the beloved hop-centric beer Vermont is known for. We focus on a balance of hop and malt flavors with a citric tang from a few days of kettle souring. It’s not the jolt to your taste buds that our Flemish Sour Brown provides, but it certainly has a powerful, tart presence to support its hoppiness. We use 100% locally sourced hops from our neighbors at Four Star Farms for their truly excellent aroma and flavor. Are you ready for a new approach to an old style?