Pooh Beer on tap

Pooh Beer is now on tap in the tasting room, and is a limited release,so come by and try it soon. Also, don’t miss out on this year’s Old Village Grub Crawl. This Wednesday, the restaurants (and brewery) in Plymouth’s Old Village will host the first 400 people in a grub crawl of epic proportions. . . . → Read More: Pooh Beer on tap

Mid year news and events – Enjoy Liberty on the 4th!!!

This summer is starting out a bit balmy for most peoples liking, and we have certainly felt pressures here because of it. Our cooling unit for the cold room had failed and needed to be replaced, and our system for chilling the beer lines is finally (nearly) perfected. Even the air conditioning in the tasting . . . → Read More: Mid year news and events – Enjoy Liberty on the 4th!!!

More Patriotic Beer from Liberty Street

Join us Wednesday June 6th as we remember the 68th anniversary of D-Day. To show our patriotism, we have a few special beers to be released that day. Though not actually the color as indicated, we let our red, white and blue show.

Red Oak – we started with the original Red Glare Amber Ale, . . . → Read More: More Patriotic Beer from Liberty Street

Learn to brew and enjoy Cinco de Mayo with another new beer

That’s right, you too can learn to brew beer in the privacy of your own home. Or do it in public – It’s perfectly legal (thank you Jimmy Carter), except in Alabama.Come to the loading dock in the rear of the brewery this Saturday starting at 9am to see demonstrations of various brewing techniques presented . . . → Read More: Learn to brew and enjoy Cinco de Mayo with another new beer

42nd Parallel and Social Bones this Friday!

This years release of 42nd Parallel is finally here. This Friday come to Liberty Street to get a pint of one of our most sought after and talked about double IPA’s. Dry hopping is a technique used to increase hop aroma in a beer… we don’t do it very often, but this is one of . . . → Read More: 42nd Parallel and Social Bones this Friday!

Clementine Lemon Thyme to be released this Wednesday.

That’s right, CLT will finally be on tap (Wednesday) in the tasting rooms at Liberty Street. Come on down after 3pm and get a pint or two – you can even enjoy it on the patio. Also soon to be released, is this years batch of 42nd Parallel – one of our popular dry hopped . . . → Read More: Clementine Lemon Thyme to be released this Wednesday.

Liberty Two on tap and great music this weekend

Today we release this years version of Siamese Dream (aka: Liberty Two). This marks the first day of spring, as well as my birthday – and the day I brew the annual batch of 42nd Parallel (to be released on April 20th). These are both double IPA’s that are very popular, so get in to . . . → Read More: Liberty Two on tap and great music this weekend

Get a Little Wood Under the Kilt on St. Paddy’s Day at Liberty Street

Starting at 5pm, we will serve a special batch of our popular Kilt Tilter that has been aged on oak for several months. The doors open with no cover at 10am to everybody as we host this years St. Patrick’s Day celebration. We have a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner served with potatoes, carrots . . . → Read More: Get a Little Wood Under the Kilt on St. Paddy’s Day at Liberty Street

Liberty One on tap now!

We are releasing the most recent batch of award winning Liberty One Porter today. And there is still a little bit of the Fat Elvis left from Monday night’s release. This is a different porter made with bananas and peanut butter powder to replicate The King’s favorite snack. We are also working on this years . . . → Read More: Liberty One on tap now!

Red Velvet for Valentines Day, and a lot more beer.

Tomorrow is Valentines Day so we have our popular Red Velvet being tapped for the occasion. This chocolaty beer has a nice sweetness from the caramel malts that really give this beer a desert-like quality. There’s only a small amount available, so be sure to get here soon to get a taste. Other beers coming . . . → Read More: Red Velvet for Valentines Day, and a lot more beer.

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