Our next batch - you decide!
Hey everyone! So, some good news: our fall beers were such a success that we’re totally cleared out - no more beer left! The bad news: we’re out of beer. More good news: WE’RE BREWING ONE MORE BATCH THIS WEEK FOR WINTERTIME! The best news: you get to tell us what kind of beer you want! Let us know what you’re into for winter beers and we’ll see what we can do....
Aww, shucks. Thanks!
Thanks to your AMAZING SUPPORT, we’ve sold out of our first batch of beer. Next week, we’ll have shares available for our Apple Amber Ale. If you bought a share, expect an email from us. If you didn’t buy a share, make sure to stay tuned to our updates on Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter.
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Here's the plan for this weekend
On Saturday we’ll be brewing the Apostrophe Pumpkin Ale with local pumpkins and lots of great autumnal spices. We’ll also be bottling the Montague Rye on Saturday, so that’ll be READY TO DRINK IN TWO WEEKS! We’ve also decided that we’re going to provide beer to you in the CSA format (i.e. you’re donating money for a share of each brew and we’re doing the...
Pioneer Valley pumpkins!
As you may know, our next batch of beer will be a Pumpkin Ale. In keeping with the local theme we’ve had going on, WHERE SHOULD WE BUY OUR PUMPKINS FROM?? Also, do you have a clever name for our beer? Let us know!
Apple Amberst Ale - brewed on Sept. 25th
Morning y’all! We’re getting started on our second batch of beer in as many weeks this morning. As you can see by the title (and by the post we made last night…) it’s an apple-infused amber ale. We’re using local apples, local apple cider and are currently eating local apple cider doughnuts (nothing better!). As for the brew today, in addition to the apples and...
Montague Rye - brewed on Sept. 18th
Last Sunday, we began our journey to create unique and original beers that came from our brains and into the kettle. The recipes are original, the beer is tasty, and we’re psyched to be bringing it to you! Our first beer for the fall is a sort of Rye Cream Ale. Using flaked and malted rye with pale malts as the base, we added whole Centennial hops for the bitterness and aromas and for a...