Two longtime fan favorites are returning to Hill Farmstead on Wednesday.
The first beer to be rereleased is Anna, a 6.4 percent ABV bière de miel-styile beer brewed with raw Vermont wildflower honey and aged in foudres. The ale was first released by the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery in 2010, and has had multiple releases since then.
The second beer returning is Earl, a 7.2 percent ABV oatmeal stout brewed with American malted barley, flaked oats, English roasted malts, American hops and hand-roasted coffee from Carrier Roasting Co. in Vermont. The stout was first released in 2010 and has also seen multiple releases since.
According to a post on Hill Farmstead’s website, the newest batch of Anna is packaged in 750ml bottles ($10) while Earl will be packaged in 500ml bottles ($8.) Both beers will have a 12 bottle limit per person when they go on sale on May 25.
Update (May 22, 2016)-This post previously indicated that George was being released instead of Earl, and also incorrectly stated that bottles of Anna were selling for $12.