This month, our Sunshine Fund will support two local nonprofits. Donate today in our Taproom!
March 1-15: The Birds of Vermont Museum
This museum uses art and science to teach attendees about birds and conservation. You can explore their 100 acres of natural communities to bird watch, picnic, photograph, walk and hike. Donations collected in the taproom will go toward improving the trail system through bridge repair, trail maintenance, enhancing the Discovery trail and the outdoor classroom, re-grading the treehouse trail, purchasing new plants and tools for the pollinator garden, replacing birdhouses, creating an art installation, adding additional picnic tables and upgrading and printing the trail map.
March 16-31: Rokeby Museum
The Rokeby Museum is a National Historic Landmark in Ferrisburgh situated on 90-acres with 50 acres of trails telling the story of the property, the family who lived there and the important role both played in the Underground Railroad. Four generations of the Robinson family utilized the land for farming. They were one of the first families in Vermont to import Merino sheep. The money earned from wool allowed the family to focus on the anti-slavery movement. The farm was a stop on the Underground Railroad, not only because the family offered shelter and supported emancipation, but because freedom seekers could work and earn a wage once they arrived. The farm and anti-slavery work were innately entwined, and the Rokeby Museum will use the Sunshine Fund donation to update outdoor signage to share this story and create more accessibility to buildings and trails.
Through our January sunshine Fund, we donated $9,891.24 to Good Samaritan Haven and $13,679.88 to Vermont Land Trust Hinesburg Town Forest Management Fund. Good Samaritan Haven provides emergency assistance to people experiencing homelessness and the Hinesburg Town Forest Management Fund actively conserves and protects the Hinesburg Town Forest. Thank you to all who donated in January to make such a big impact on our community.
These brews are distributed to our nine states (VT, CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI)
Double Sunshine Ruby Red Grapefruit is back by popular demand and this time, we’re sending it out to our entire nine-state territory! The special edition of our American Double IPA is made with ruby red grapefruit, adding an extra layer of mouth-watering, juicy, lush fruit character along with dank tropical aromas. You can pick up the refreshing twist on our iconic Double Sunshine in VT, CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI.
Our Sip of Sunshine is hitting cold shelves to brighten up your spring! This is our most popular brew and it’s no secret why. The juicy IPA flavor is as bright as its yellow can. It’s a lupulin-laden ray of sunshine with tropical fruit character, bright floral aromas and delectable layers of hop flavor. Find it throughout our nine-state Northeast distribution.
Little Sip IPA is the perfect beer for bluebird après days on the mountain and porch sipping as you watch the world melt into spring. The brew contains notes of grapefruit and pineapple to complement the malt flavors for a delectably balanced beer.
Our Czech-style pilsner is a crisp, crushable beer made with some of the best water on earth for the cleanest flavor. The name is a tribute to Scrag Mountain, which sits upon the Waitsfield town water source and is the main ingredient in this tasty brew.
Super Session #3 is out in the market for the first time and being served up in our Taproom. This member of the Super Session Series features Comet hops for a
Brave Little State Pale Ale is a new hazy, juicy pale ale from Vermont, for Vermont. The ingredients that make up the delicious beer are grown in Vermont and as a Good Brews for a Cause, a portion of sales benefit Vermont Public Radio’s Brave Little State podcast and independent journalism. Pick up a four-pack today for a taste of Vermont. Check out our Brave Little State video for more information on how this collaboration came to fruition!
Our Space In Between with Blood Orange is a fruity twist on the popular Space In Between. This special edition features blood orange juice for a hazy Taproom treat. With a depth and form unclear, this hazy ale resides in the space in between styles. Brewed with oats and wheat, a hint of tartness and dry-hopped with Galaxy & Nelson Sauvin.
This Scotch Ale is a full-bodied, malty beer that pairs perfectly with cold weather, a fireplace, and our vegetarian chili. The initial taste is sweet with notes of molasses, brown sugar, and dominant dark fruit notes such as raisin, plum, fig, and prune. You’ll also notice a slight roasty character, and some smokiness lingering in the background as the beer finishes clean and smooth.
Nitro Irish Stout 4.9% ABV
This Irish Stout is made to pour on a nitrogen tap system that will give it that wonderful thick creamy foam that you can float a bottle cap on. It’s made with stout malt from the Malting Company of Ireland with a healthy dose of dark malts, roasted barley, and oats. Slainte
Tasty Taproom Bites
Our Taproom has some new and tasty offerings this month. Try our Pate Grand-Mere featuring pate from 5th Quarter or dip our delectable crackers in our Rillettes also from 5th Quarter. If you’re a vegetarian, our Vegetarian Chili will warm you right up!
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