One of Hill Farmstead Brewery’s longest running series will be getting a brand new addition this week.

Civil Disobedience #27 is a 6 percent ABV blend of several of the brewery’s different beers, including wine barrel-aged Dorothy; puncheon-aged Anna; an “experimental Farmstead ale featuring Perle hops”; and a “nearly 14-month-old” wine barrel-aged Brother Soigné. The ale was blended in the fall of 2018 and then packaged in Feb. 2018.

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‪On Weds., 6 November, we will introduce the next in our series of blended barrel-aged Farmstead® Ales: Civil Disobedience #27.‬ ‪This batch was blended and packaged in February 2019, woven from several unique threads—including wine barrel-aged Dorothy; puncheon-aged Anna; an experimental Farmstead® ale featuring Perle hops; and nearly 14-month-old wine barrel-aged Brother Soigné.‬ ‪Visit our Retail Shop page for bottle limits and pricing information (credit card and matching ID required).‬ ‪We will have full selection of bottles—including Leaves of Grass Dubbel and Genealogy of Morals: Coffee Collective Buena Vista & Cacao Nibs—as well as cans of Mary, Amarillo Pale Ale, Society & Solitude #8, Double Citra, Riwaka Pale Ale, and Three Magic Letters!‬

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As the name indicates, this will be the 27th release in the Civil Disobedience line that debuted in 2011, each of which is composed of a blend of different beers that Hill Farmstead brews.

According to a post on the Greensboro, Vt.-based brewery’s website, Civil Disobedience #27 will be packaged in 750ml bottles ($30) that will have a two bottle per person purchase limit when it is released on Nov. 6.