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Franklin Farmhouse Ale, New Brew Release Party, August 25th

New Brew Release Party

Thursday, August 25th, 5-7 PM

The People’s Pint, 24 Federal St., Greenfield

Join us as the People’s Pint unveils their latest beer in support of FLT’s work, the Franklin Farmhouse Ale. Proceeds from the sale of the new beer, a delicious brew with a complex hop character and a soft, refreshing palette, will help FLT conserve special farms, woods, and rivers throughout Franklin County. In addition to brewing their own beer and providing locally sourced food in Greenfield, the People’s Pint has a focus on cycling and environmental stewardship. “We brewed Franklin Farmhouse Ale to celebrate FLT’s conservation work and to bring the message of cycling and land conservation to a wider audience,” said Chris Sellers, Head Brewer at the Pint. “Through our collaborative efforts, we are able to support land conservation through the Franklin Land Trust’s Deerfield Dirt Road Randonee (D2R2), which showcases the beauty of the cycling in this area.” Sellers and FLT staff will be on hand at the release party to discuss land conservation, cycling, and brewing in Franklin County. Franklin Farmhouse Ale will be on tap at the Pint and local pubs and restaurants, and available for sale at these liquor stores in the area through the fall.

 

 

Franklin Farmhouse Ale will be for sale at the following locations:

Northampton- Big Y, State St. Liquors, Coopers Corner, Provisions, Liquors 44, River Valley Market

Greenfield-- Big Y, Ryan and Casey, Fosters Market

W. Springfield- Table and Vine

Hadley- Four Seasons, Liquors 44, Whole Foods

Amherst- Spirit Haus, Atkins Farm

Colrain- Pine Hill Orchards

Gill- Spirit Shoppe

Athol- Stan’s

Petersham- Petersham Country Store

Shelburne Falls- McCuskers Market

CraftBeer Cellar locations – Belmont, Winchester, Westford, Braintree

Cambridge- Pemberton Market

Lexington- Bermans Liquors


 

 


 

 

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