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Hill Farmstead Vera Mae and Florence On Sale Aug 13

Hill Farmstead LogoIf you’ve been keeping score at home, chances are you’ve heard about a little diddy called the Festival of Farmhouse Ales going down at Vermont’s Hill Farmstead Brewery on Saturday, August 16. For a little extra farmhouse gasoline on the fire this week, the brewery also has two fresh batches of their farmstead saisons hitting the retail shop shelves when they open at noon on Wednesday, August 13.

The details:

  • Vera Mae – $15 per 750mL bottle, limit 2 bottles per person
  • Florence – $10 per 750mL bottle, limit 2 cases per person

Other fun notes in the retail shop include Society & Solitude #5, Belgian stemware and taster glasses. Please note that the shop will only be open from 10am-12pm on August 16 due to the event (which is sold out).

Commercial descriptions:

Vera Mae is crafted from organic Vermont spelt, American hops, wildflower honey, dandelion flowers from our fields, our distinctive farmhouse yeast and water from our well. Unfiltered and naturally carbonated. 6% ABV

Florence (1915-1967) was our grandfather’s sister, and Hill Farmstead Brewery rests upon the land that was once home to her and her 13 siblings. In her honor, this Belgian inspired Wheat ale is crafted from American malted barley, Organic Vermont wheat, European and American hops, our distinctive farmhouse yeast and water from our well. It is unfiltered and naturally carbonated. Soft, cloudy, and fresh, this is the ale that I dream to have shared with Florence. 5% ABV

Hill Farmstead Brewery is located at 403 Hill Road in Greensboro, VT.

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