Hill Farmstead - Damon, Florence, Leaves of Grass & Self-Reliance #1 Coming 6/15

imageFrom Hill Farmstead:

On Weds., June 15, we are proud to release three beers!

  • Damon

Each hand-waxed 500ml bottle is $22 with a limit of 1 per person (see bottle release policy).

Damon (1993-2004) The time spent with loved ones, now lost, seems to affect our mind and body perpetually: memories happen upon us, unsuspectingly, and bring about tears of fond remembrance. Damon was our brother—devout and patient in an age of busyness and distraction. In his honor, we crafted and conditioned this imperial stout in bourbon barrels from our favorite distilleries. We still reflect, daily, upon our Damon and his scruffy chin of grey—of his loyalty and his love.

  • Leaves of Grass: May 2, 2016

This iteration is a dry-hopped dark Farmstead ale fermented entirely in oak. $8 each, 2 bottles per person. 375ml.

  • Florence

A fresh batch of our Farmstead wheat ale.

$10 per bottle. 750ml.

Please note the above special releases: We will ONLY accept a credit card/debit card accompanied by a valid, legal picture ID that matches the name on the credit card (this excludes generic Visa/Mastercard gift cards). Remember, this change does not apply to our ongoing releases—Anna, Florence, Dorothy, Arthur, Everett, Earl, George, etc.—with normal bottle limits, nor does it apply to growlers of draft beer, tastings and merchandise (for these, we accept cash, credit cards and gift cards). 

We will also debut in our tasting room for samples and growlers the first in a new series:

  • Self-Reliance #1

An American pale ale generously hopped with Nelson and Motueka for a bright, citrusy and lively aroma and flavor.

About Bil Cord

Founder, owner, author, graphic designer, CEO, CFO, webmaster, president, mechanic and janitor for mybeerbuzz.com. Producer and Co-host of the WILK Friday BeerBuzz live weekly craft beer radio show. Small craft-brewer of the craft beer news sites and one-man-band with way too many instruments to play.

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