New Releases from our latest issue!Dec 04, 2022 03:53PM ● By John Gales
Idletyme Brewing Company
A Bavarian Wheat Beer fermented with fresh blueberries. It’s low on bitterness but big on flavor. 5.5% ABV
14th Star Brewing Company
ABV: 5.8%, IBU: 22, SRM: 11
Brewed with German malts and hops in the classic Märzen style — our seasonal
malt-forward lager will give you exactly what you need as the fall weather sets in!
Lawson's Finest Liquids
MAD RIVER MAPLE
Straight from the maple trees to your glass! Mad River Maple distribution is underway and this 8% sweet amber ale that’s loaded with 100% pure Vermont maple syrup is now available in 9 states!
SEE YOU BETTER NOW, a fruited Gose
See You Better Now was brewed with sea salt, local Pilsner malt and wheat. Conditioned on
cantaloupe and lime, this Sour Ale presents notes of ripe melon, lime, and salinity.
Our signature dry cider infused with a big dose of blue raspberry gummy bears for a taste that’s just like candy but has less than 2g of sugar at 5.7% ABV.
Ten Bends Beer
As the foliage fades and the cool air looms, we are eager to announce the return of Split Seasonality, a 7% Coconut Stout brewed with lactose, coconut, and vanilla.
Brewed with experimental hop 2B from Ben Smith of Bb&D Farms, it’s fruity, citrusy, dank, beautiful and unique.
Switchback Brewing Co.
DIPA 9.1% ABV
Mythically hopped with Calypso, this DIPA features piney aromas and enchanting notes of
candied lemon peel. Brewing with all grain and no added sugar gives this 9.1% ABV beer a
quick hit of bitterness that rises and falls like the ocean’s tide. www.switchback.com
Four Quarters Brewing
Mazzy Star is back! Not only a nod to one of our favorite 90’s bands, but also to our own brewery pup Mazzy, lovingly adopted from For the Love of Dogs Vermont! This 6% milk stout is dark, thick, roasty, and slightly sweet. The can illustration by the one and only Jacob Martin.
Welcome Pressing Beans, our latest dark beer using coffee beans carefully selected and
roasted to present coffee and beer in harmony. No lactose was harmed in the making of