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!
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.