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Once a beer has been on the market we usually do not make an announcement regarding a “release” but there are some exciting things surrounding this new batch of Farmer’s Table.  As we mentioned the first time around, the design of this beer from recipe to label comes from a place very true to home.  When it was first released in May, we discussed the idea of how harvests and a daily bounty being brought in from the fields should come together with this sessionable farmhouse beer to be the sustenance behind lengthy community gatherings.

As the end of summer approaches we get to actually celebrate this fresh batch of Farmer’s Table exactly as it is meant to be.  As the long days of summer get a bit shorter each passing day, our farm store is stacked more plentifully with fresh heirloom tomatoes, onions, potatoes, kale, pasture raised chicken and eggs from our fields.  At the same time, the cool summer evenings are the perfect setting to take a break from work in the brewery or the farm and join together for a family meal together.

And look at those hops! Growing more than 18 ft up the bine, they’ll be ready for picking and use in a special fresh hop farmhouse ale we’re brewing alongside the harvest.  Which brings me to a very special side announcement.  On September 5th, we will be hosting our 2nd Annual Hop Harvest Festival, and the first year in which we will be able to offer a pig roast (raised on our farm) and more importantly… our beer!  [tickets available @]   We’ll be bringing out the picking tables for people of all ages to take part and foster exactly the type of community event, and day long conversation we had in mind with this beer from the start.

Look at that label come to life!  (we're still working on the goat)
Look at that label come to life! (we’re still working on the goat)

This batch features a slightly different dry hop character from the addition of Centennial to the Cascades used in the first two batches, for even deeper and prominent citrus notes on the finish.

Here is a list of shops where you will be able to find the bottles by day’s end.

Amity Wine & Spirit Co., New Haven

BevMax, New Milford

Bottle Stop, Newtown

Bottle Stop, Torrington

Kent Wine & Spirit, Kent

Caraluzzi’s Nutmeg Discount Liquors,

Coastal Wine and Spirit, Branford

County Wine & Spirit, New Preston

Craft Beer Cellar, West Hartford

CT Beverage Mart, Wallingford

Greenwich Wine & Spirit, Greenwich

Harry’s Wine & Liquor, Fairfield

Harvest Country Store, West Hartford

Harvest Wine & Spirit, West Hartford

Lakeville Wine and Spirit, Lakeville

Ledgebrook Spirit Shop, Winsted

Loading Dock Wine & Spirit, Milford

M& R Liquors, Glastonbury

M& R Liquors, Avon

M& R Liquors, South Windsor

M& R Liquors, Manchester

M& R Liquors, Farmington

Nejaimes Wine & Spirits, Watertown

Ninety 9 Bottles, Norwalk

Ninety 9 Bottles, Trumbull (Congrats on opening!)

Ninety 9 Bottles, Westport

Nutmeg Fine Wine & Spirits, Waterbury

Putnam Plaza Super Liquors, East Hartford

Tony’s Package Store, Haddam

Village Wine Cellar, Litchfield

Warehouse Wine & Liquor, Danbury

Warehouse Wine & Liquor, Southbury