What’s On Tap: Devon from Henniker sits down and talks shop! Dan from New Englands Tap House joins us and brings his single barrel Jack!
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The Beer Fall is here, friends! Grab your sweaters. As the temperature drops, we here at the brewery are reaching for heartier, darker beers and think you should too. Flap Jack is brewed in the spirit of true New Englanders: a robust Double Brown Ale with locally sourced maple syrup sturdy enough to stand up to the chilly nights and shortening days. Enjoy this beer with roast lamb leg, pot pie, and leaf peeping! The Story As the leaves start turning, here at the brewery we start to hear a ghostly voice on the wind, whispering “When are you guys going to make a pumpkin beeeer…” With pride in our chest and fire in our eyes we answer “Never. Pumpkin beers are gross.” Flap Jack is the un-pumpkin beer: sturdy, rustic, with all the complexity our beloved English malts can provide, and a touch of pure New England maple syrup. Pumpkins are for porches, malts are for making beer.
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Jukebox: Jay van der Funk – clouds passing