Funkfest / A Farmhouse and Wild Ale Event

Our board will be transformed into a variety of saisons, farmhouse and wild ales, and sours. We will also feature food vendors and three live bands. 

Join us as we get into the summer groove...

The Craft Beer Draft List (more to be added)

Saison Dupont from Brasserie Dupont: Coppery blond, the finest aromas and a strong bitterness transform this beer into a thirst-quenchener with no equal, just the way it was created.

Classic Saison from Blackberry Farm: This is a Belgian-style farmhouse ale. The aroma is dominated by fruity esters reminiscent of citrus fruits along with a moderate earthy and floral hop aroma .

Apricot au Poivre Saison from Nebraska Brewing Company: The taste is light, refreshing and nicely fruited to start. Medium mouth-feel. After taking a drink, the black pepper dries the palate and creates a nice tingling sensation on the tongue.

Ouais from Une Année Brewery: American wild ale

Olly from Free Will Brewing Company: A foudre and barrel aged sour brown ale blend of one, two and four year-old vintages. Displaying notes of dark fruit, with malty, caramel undertones and a pleasantly sour finish.

Existent from Stillwater Artisanal: Deep & dark though deceptively dry, braced by a firm yet smooth bitterness and accented with an earthy hop and mild roast aroma.

Classique from Stillwater Artisanal: A postmodern deconstruction of the American industrial lager made with naughty ingredients like corn and rice, completed with pilsner malt and lots of your favorite old-school American hops and farmhouse ale yeast.. "your Grandfather's new beer".

Aristocratic Fantasy from Urban Family Brewing Company: Tart 4-Grain Ale

Imagined History from Urban Family Brewing Company: Wild farmhouse with squash, hay & spices

La Saison d'Epeautre from Brasserie de Blaugies: Made in a unique traditional style, using spelt and barley malt in the mash. Very dry and light in body, with a hint of wheaty tartness and a hardy texture that expresses the character of spelt, a primitive strain of wheat.

Nobel Rouge from Saint Somewhere Brewing Co.: Farmhouse ale brewed with red grapes

Farmhouse Pale Ale from Oxbow Brewing Company: American hops meet saison yeast in this dry, signature ale.

Aprioct Sour from Avery Brewing Company: Bushels of juicy apricots and bright bursts of barrel-aged tartness are seamlessly infused to cultivate this deliciously distinctive and succulent sour ale.

Lynnbrook Raspberry Berliner Weisse from Destihl Brewery: The flavor is absent of any hops or bitterness and instead has initial impression of subtle lemon and yogurt supported by tart, fresh raspberries and underlying lactic sourness. The beer’s dry finish helps cut through some sweetness from the fruit.

Helios from Victory Beer: Heady with an earthy, aromatic hop start, this flavorful ale slides into flavors of honey and mildly tart fruit. Leaving a refreshing citrus and pepper impression of dryness, this is a quenching, invigorating ale, despite its substantial strength.

Saison du BUFF is a collaboration between Dogfish Head, Stone Brewing, and Victory Beer: Brewed with parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. The beer is brewed three times, once at each brewery using the same recipe.

Framboise from Une Année Brewery: American Raspberry Wild Ale

Sundance Grapefruit Saison from Lonerider: With a dry wit as crisp and fresh as this Saison of the same name, Sundance exhibits legendary smoothness and taste. This is our spring seasonal Saison, a classic style made with fresh grapefruit.

Fresh Oak Saison from New Belgium Brewing: A rustic, goldenrod yellow saison offering pleasant lemon and white grape aromas and a bright, mouthwatering sourness with a clean, dry finish.

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Music Offering

Jordan Ramirez 1p-3p (on the patio)

A percussive, complementary acoustic guitar takes a backseat to powerful, soulful vocals in the heartfelt solo-performance of singer/songwriter, Jordan Ramirez. 

Deriving inspiration from modern day pop music as well as the vocal-driven solo artists of yesteryear, Jordan's music has been described as "acoustic funk with a hip hop element" capable of "captivat[ing] the room with [a] soulful voice and [an] original guitar style" -- (Matt Mattei, Rolling Stone, Times Leader).

With each successive performance proving to be one-of-a-kind, Jordan has managed to impart his unique style upon all of his music, whether original or covered. Jordan is the founder of Going Up? Studios in Wilkes-Barre, PA. 

Discover more about Jordan here

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Kate Vargas 4p-7p
"The music
it moves me
down to my soul." ~ Kate Vargas

Listen to Kate Vargas here
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The Coteries 8p-11p
If the road can teach you anything, it is the difference between what you need and what you don't. Born out of the midst of an 11,000 mile North American road trip, The Coteries bring you Folk Rock music steeped in their travels and the back roads of the American countryside. Just two summers ago the female-fronted trio found their footing behind the wheel of their old VW Bus, Trusty Rusty. Aside for some freezing August nights in the mountains of Wyoming and Montana, it was the best decision of their lives. Since their return, they've played over 200 shows in their inaugural year bolstering their sound with acoustic guitars, mandolin, a stomp box, and harmonicas. They've gone from farmer's markets and corners of bars to playing major festivals like Divide Music Festival and Harmonium Music Fest performing alongside Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Blondie, Cold War Kids, The Fray and Parsonsfield. With a recent endorsement from GoWesty (joining the ranks of artists like Gregory Alan Isakov) they've become traveling ambassadors as they continue their momentum into 2016. On July 29th, 2016 they'll be releasing Reason in the Road, which is a reflection of all they have experienced discovering themselves and the American countryside.

Listen to The Coteries here

Onsite food vending from our good friends, Little Village Pizza

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