The labels have arrived! The beer needs a few more months of conditioning prior to release... But it shows great promise thus far. Civil Disobedience #5 is a single barrel bottling. We chose 375ml bottles in an attempt to make the beer available to a few more people. This single barrel held a blend of three saisons: Anna, Arthur, and Florence. Anticipated release is sometime in November...
Below is where things are currently standing... subject to change!
Specialty Beers on DRAFT. Rotating releases:
Fear & Trembling Cabernet/Bourbon Barrel Blend
Birth of Tragedy 2011 Release
Arthur (Blue Label)
Drafts all day
Society and Solitude #5
Jackie O's Pub and Brewery
Growler fills: Available in the very long retail shop line...
750ml empty glass: 3$ 2 Liter empty glass: 10$
Society and Solitude #5: 10$(750ml)/18$(2 liter)
Simcoe Single Hop: 7$(750ml)/15$(2 liter)
Ephraim (limit 1 750/person):12$(750ml)
Bottles: Available outside in the bottle tent (separate from growler line)
Vera Mae: 10$
Sankt Hans: 10$
General admission (GA) tickets for our 2012 Harvest Festival, held September 22, go on sale Sunday, August 12, at 7 p.m. The ticketing page has complete information, terms of sale and such. The event page has all the event details, tentative beer list and more.
The pertinent details:
- $25 entry includes admission, plus four (4) tasting tickets
- Gates open at 12 p.m., taps close at 5 p.m.
- $5 per person camping for GA ticketholders allowed only on Saturday, September 22 (Friday camping available only for VIP ticket holders); sign in and pay at our camping check-in area the day of the event; see camping FAQ for general information.
If you are planning to camp, proceed directly to the parking area (there will be NO unloading zone), please check in at admissions Saturday between 10-11 a.m. with your ticket, get your bracelet and then you may move your gear and set up. We will not allow anyone to setup who isn't wearing a bracelet.
Unlike our smaller event ticketing system, though, we’ve decided to work with Ticket Alternative to handle this much larger event. Some of you may recognized the service from this year’s Vermont Brewer’s Festival, and we trust everyone will have a positive experience. They do charge a modest service fee and shipping charge, but we think you’ll find it more than reasonable.
There will be no additional tickets at the gate, on the day of the festival.
Thanks and we hope to see you there!