Hunger Mountain Coop showcases the results of being part of a beer-loving culture. Our beer aisle is home to dozens of offerings that will delight those new to the exciting world of beer and send even the most sophisticated beer drinker into a state of pure hop-iness. You’ll find the best Vermont microbreweries well represented, as well specialty, seasonal, regional and international offerings. Whether you’re looking for a beer to complement a meal, refresh you after a long, hot day, or just taste for the pure joy of it – you’ll find it at The Coop!
Heady Topper and Lawson's Regular Delivery Information
Heady Topper is available seven days a week. Approximately eight cases are stocked each morning starting at 8 am, and there is a limit of one four-pack per customer. The cost of a four-pack is $13.99.
Customers can also purchase Heady Topper directly at The Alchemist’s new location in Stowe. Please visit their website for more information http://alchemistbeer.com/
Lawson's Finest Liquids Sip of Sunshine and Super Session #2 are both available on Thursdays. Exact availability varies based on delivery time. There is a two 4-pack limit per person for Sip of Sunshine and the cost is $13.99 each. There is no limit on Super Session.
Lawson's Special Bottles
Thursday, March 9 - Coffee Fayston Maple Imperial Stout: This seasonal specialty is brewed with loads of roasted and black patent malts, and over two gallons of VT maple syrup per barrel. It is then infused with freshly roasted coffee for a rich, creamy, and decadent experience.
Thursday, March 16 - Equinox IPA: Brewed with copious additions of Equinox, this single-hop American IPA features pronounced floral aromas and fruit-laden flavors with notes of lemon, lime, papaya and apple.
March Beer News
Amber Ales - hoppy, moderate- strength American craft beer with a caramel malty flavor. The balance can be vary quite a bit, with some versions being fairly malty and others being aggressively hoppy. Hoppy and bitter versions should not have clashing flavors with the caramel malt profile. Generally speaking, Amber Ales are incredibly versatile food beers. Caramelized malts combined with the fruity esters produced during fermentation make Amber Ales great compliments to grilled meats, particularly beef and pork.
Long Trail Brewing Company - Long Trail Ale: a full-bodied Amber Ale brewed with our top fermenting house yeast that yields a complex, clean flavor.
14th Star Brewing Company - Valor Ale: hoppy Amber Ale that has a malt complexity that finishes crisp and with hints of grapefruit.
Harpoon Brewery - The Craic Ale: this hybrid ale combines two classic styles, IPA and Irish Red Ale, to create a unique and flavorful beer. The malt combination commonly used in Irish Red Ales brings a toasted, malty flavor that balances the citrusy and fruity character of the hops.
von Trapp Brewery - Vienna Lager: named for the city that created the style, their Amber Lager is malt forward with a grassy, crackery hop aroma. A classic blend of German malts and hops develop lingering flavors of biscuit and caramel on the finish.
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