Long Trail Releasing New Farmhouse Collection

01 September 2016

imageFrom Long Trail:

A new crop of beers from our farmhouse-turned-pilot-brewery is now available throughout our distribution footprint. 

If you're not familiar with
The Farmhouse Collection, here's a quick run-down: 

These limited, small-batch recipes are created in our skunkworks pilot brewing facility, an old farmhouse located at the far end of our property in Bridgewater Corners, Vermont.

Unassuming and possibly haunted, this red building is the center of innovation for Long Trail; a secluded space where our brewers' creative visions are realized, one barrel at a time. 

We've put this box of
scaled-up selections together to showcase the range of our brew crew.

New recipes like an India Pale Ale full of classic "C" hops like Cascade and Columbus and a Vienna Lager (the first widely-available lager in our history) highlight the innovative nature of this variety pack, while staples like the aromatically dank Session IPA (a favorite here in Bridgewater) and a refreshingly tart Berliner Weisse round out an eclectic collection brews.

Whether it's old school IPA vs. new school IPA, or sweet vs. sour, there's no wrong way to drink through this box. We put together a trail map to help guide your journey. Check it out on our
blog.

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