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Foley Big Bang IPA | Foley Fair Maiden Imperial IPA

Fresh n’ Foamy Foley Brothers Brewing beer delivery today!

Our ‘bootlegger’ friends canned some of their delicious IPA’s and brought them right over – enjoy!

Foley Brothers | Big Bang –

  • India Pale Ale
  • Unfiltered
  • 5.5% ABV
  • $14.99 / 4pk/16oz Cans

Foley Brothers | Fair Maiden –

  • Imperial India Pale Ale
  • Unfiltered
  • 8.2% ABV
  • $16.29 / 4pk/16oz Cans




Second Fiddle DIPA | Fiddlehead Brewing

Fresh Second Fiddle DIPA came in today – don’t drink Second Fiddle while fiddling on the roof!

Second Fiddle DIPA | $12.99/4pk

From: www.fiddleheadbrewing.com:

Second Fiddle Double IPA

  • Big, juicy, Double IPA
  • 80 IBUs
  • 8.2% ABV

Matt Cohen has worked in the brewing industry for 14 years and is known industry wide as “Matty O.” He got his start in a small Vermont brew pub and eventually went on to become the head brewer of Vermont’s largest craft brewery. He’s now the head brewer and owner of the Fiddlehead Brewing Company.

Matt’s philosophy is to brew well-balanced beers. He’s been known to use interesting and exotic ingredients in an attempt to craft the perfect pint.

When he’s not brewing, creating recipes, or enjoying a beer you can find him playing disc golf, skiing, hanging out with his Golden Retriever or spending time with his family.


Wunderkammer Bier | Vol 11 | Ghost Pipes

We are delighted to announce the arrival of Wunderkammer Bier Vol 11 | Ghost Pipes in our independent store.

Wunderkammer Bier increasingly sells quicker upon each delivery, so snag your bottle whilst you are able.

$9.99/375ml | $49.99/1.5ltr
(plus tax/deposit)

From Vasilios:


Ghost Pipes, volume eleven. This beer has a very simple malt profile with some earthy home grown Newport hops in the whirlpool. The beer was then fermented on the lees (re:mixed culture yeast) from Bufo (vol 9), in oak. The goal was to bring forward some of the earthy-ness from the Bufo and hops into a simple and elegant wild ale. The result is a delicate mushroomy beer with herbal accents.

Ghost Pipe, Monotropa Uniflora, (aka Indian Pipe, Corpse Plant) is a type of herbaceous perennial plant found in the forests around us. It produces no chlorophyll, instead is a parasite, living on mostly fungus that grow symbiotically with trees. No Ghost Pipes were used in making this beer. it is instead a appreciation of the beauty and rarity of coming across these plants in the forest, as well as a reference to the method used to create this beer. It liteterally grew on a substrate of a beer made with fungi, extracting that flavor into it.