Vermont Craft Beer Cans
Vermont is the place to be if you are a beer lover. Our local breweries are producing some of the finest beers in the world. We are now as well known for craft beer as we are for maple syrup and artisanal cheese. We are extremely excited to announce some fantastic Vermont beers you can now find on our shelves.
Lawson’s Finest Liquids in a nano-brewery located in Warren, VT. Sean Lawson has been recognized as one of the finest brewers in the country, but his small batch beers are almost impossible to acquire. Thankfully, he started contract brewing large batches of beer at Two Roads brewery in Connecticut. Due to the expanded capacity, he has decided to open up new retail accounts in Vermont. We are proud to be one of the few accounts that will be carrying Sip of Sunshine in 4-pack cans. Our first shipment will be this Wednesday, December 17th. We will release the beer for sale at 4p.m., and it will be a 2 4-pack per person limit.
Fiddlehead Brewery out of Shelburne, VT has also been making waves in the local beer scene. Matty O and his team have upped than ante and decided to can their double IPA, Second Fiddle, every week of 2015. You can expect to start seeing it on our shelves occasionally before the New Year, and most Fridays in 2015. Quantities will be limited, and per person limits will be based on how much we receive.
14th Star Brewing Company from St. Albans, VT has also decided to jump into the canning game. Over the past year they have garnered a loyal following, and recently underwent a large expansion. Starting this Friday, December 19th we will start seeing their double IPA, Tribute, and their Maple Breakfast Stout.
Finally, we can not mention canned Vermont beer without talking about the Alchemist and Heady Topper. We still receive our shipments every Monday between 10a.m. and 2p.m. Most weeks our supply lasts a few hours, however, around the holidays there is an increase in demand, and it sells out within an hour or two. Come in and explore all the options in our dynamic beer department.