These two Vermont-based brands have come together to create a new and innovative, small batch beer. This yet-to-be-named beer will be brewed using CBD honey produced by Luce Farm, and will be released on Labor Day Weekend.
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Jct. Route 4 & 100A
Bridgewater Corners, VT 05035 United States
- In 1989 we introduced Long Trail Ale to Vermont. The adventure continues with the release of our new-look labels, designed to evoke the journey completed and the trek ahead as we embark on our 25th year. While the labels have changed a bit, the bottles are still filled with the same award-winning, handcrafted beer brewed with the finest ingredients and Vermont’s best water.
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Year Round Beers
|Coffee Stout||Imperial Stout|
|Blackbeary Wheat||Wheat Ale|
|Long Trail Ale||Ale|
|Green Blaze IPA||IPA|
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