In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Historic Stonewall Riots, we are donating $1 from every 4-pack sold to the LGBTQIA Alliance of Vermont, working to make Vermont a more inclusive place for all. The beer itself is a beautiful Vermont-style IPA, brimming to the top with Simcoe, Amarillo, Idaho-7, and Ekuanot hops.
Hey in case you missed it, Zero Gravity (Burlington, VT) has a wonderful addition to their local craft beer offerings – Keller Beer.
If your mouth likes to play in the Kolsch and hopped lager arena like mine, you absolutely must test drive Keller or make permanent room in your fridge for this exceptional local brew.
Refreshing and crispy, this old world style lager locally updated has a welcoming freshness and thirst quenching ability that is enjoyable by itself or with a variety of food.
My top meal paring for Keller is roasted red potatos with fresh herbs and broiled swordfish with lemon and butter. The use of herbs will accentuate the well balanced hops, the potatoes will be cut by the wet crispness and refreshing body, the lemon swordfish texturally works very well and is not too unctuous of a protein for Keller.
Green curry, fish tacos, pasta with lemon basil pesto and of course bratwurst and sauerkraut are all fantastic parings.
If you see me hanging out at American Flatbread with a Keller beer, chances are you’d see either a ‘Cheese & Herb’ or ‘Punctuated Equilibrium’ pizza in front me.
Keller Beer | Dry-hopped Lager Our take on a rarely-seen classic. Start with one of our favorite lagers and add a boat-load of Mandarina Bavaria hops. A fine balance is struck between hoppy and refreshing.
Style: Dry-hopped Lager
Malt: German Pilsner
Hops: Hallertau Mittelfruh, Saaz, and Dry-hopped with Mandarina Bavaria.
Choice Make Good – Double IPA This Double IPA was brewed with Amarillo, Centennial, 007, Nelson Sauvin, Azacca, and Citra Hops. Additionally, we dry-hopped in the fermenter with a blend of Nelson Sauvin and Citra. Available now (for a limited time only) at the Pine Street Brewery in six-pack 12oz cans. Make good choices.
Style: Double IPA
Malt: 2-Row, Golden Promise, Dextrose.
Hops: Citra, Idaho 7, Amarillo, Centennial, Nelson Sauvin, Azacca.
Idletyme Danube Blueberry Weizen | 5.5% ABV | $13.99 64oz / $7.99 32oz – Blueberry Bavarian Weizen from our friends of at Idletyme Brewing in Stowe. Not available in bottles.
Lost Nation Mosaic IPA | 5.5% ABV | 65 IBU’s | $5.99 32oz / $9.99 64oz – Hazy, juicy, delicious VT IPA of the non-double type which means you can comfortably have a couple!
Rock Art Grapefruit IPA | 7.4% ABV | $8.99 64oz / $4.99 32oz – Fresh grapefruit IPA from our friends at Rock Art! Not available in bottles or cans – just kegs!
It’s Complicated Being a Wizard Burlington Beer Co. | 7.5% ABV | $10.99 64oz / $6.99 32oz – Double IPA has a radiant straw orange glow with which we immerse massive quantities of hops per gallon for a bold, yet complex hop flavor. One of the most sought after BBC offerings – cans currently out of stock but you can get a fresh ‘n frothy growler!
Maine Beer Mean Old Tom | 6.5% ABV | $17.99 64oz / $9.99 32oz – Stout aged on organic vanilla beans
Zero Gravity Cascara Brown | 4.6.% ABV | $5.99 32oz / $10.99 64oz – Brown ale with cascara coffee cherries– the husks of the coffee cherry where the bean originates before being roasted. Draft only!
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