Firefly Hollow Brewing has another great lineup for you this week.
On Thursday 5/4 Firefly has only a few cases remaining of Collaboration 320 bottles. It is limited to 4 bottles per person, $14 per bottle. Additionally there is limited four packs of H+ Tart and Hoppy, one case per person, $10 per four-pack.
Come down and pick up your cans and bottles to start off the weekend!
On Thursday and Friday Firefly Hollow is joined by Ziggy’s Schnitzels and Brats food truck.
Grab some potato pancakes or bratwurst to enjoy with a glass of your favorite beer.
On Friday 5/5 Firefly Hollow has a Cone Flakes IIPA can release. Cone Flakes four packs will be available starting at 2pm, limit one case per person, $10 per four-pack.
The Cask of the Day for Friday will be Lizard’s Breath IPA.
On Saturday 5/6 Firefly Hollow will not have a food truck but will have fresh baked daily, Harvest Bakery soft pretzels in the taproom. They’re $5 each.
On Sunday 5/7 Firefly Hollow is joined by musical greats Dizzyfish. They’ll be performing live in the taproom from 2-4pm!
Fire Fly Brewing is located at 139 Center Street in Bristol, Connecticut 06010.
Hours: Thr-Fri:2-9pm. Sat:12-9pm. Sun:12-5pm.
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