Firefly Hollow Brewing to Host Comedy Show

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On Thursday 8/17 Firefly Hollow Brewing in downtown Bristol will have Red Lantern Irish Red six-packs available for sale, $12/six pack, limit one case per person.

Red Lantern is a classic Irish Red Ale with flavors of toasted sugar, dark caramel and dried cherries. Malt forward with a slightly sweet but balanced finish. An easy drinking beer with loads of malt complexity.

Come down starting at 2pm to get yours. Firefly will be joined by Ziggy’s food truck.

Also available in cans are Lizard’s Breath IPA six-packs, Toadstool Oat Stout six-packs, Charm Quark IPA four-packs and Choconaut Imperial Porter bottles.

Firefly now has posters available for sale of thier bottle labels. These look great in a man cave, home brew space and/or your home bar. Posters are $8 each and they currently have: Dire Chinchilla Imperial Pale, Photon Imperial Crimson, Twinkler Barleywine and Choconaut Imperial Porter.

On Friday 8/18 the Cask of the Day is Cone Flakes IIPA with Orange Peel and Vanilla. Come down for a glass while it lasts!  The Firehouse Smoker BBQ truck returns on Friday.

“We’re excited to sink our teeth into some of their juicy ribs and mouthwatering brisket while sipping on a glass of that Cone Flakes cask.”

On Saturday 8/19 come down for a pint with some friends and enjoy fresh baked daily Harvest Bakery pretzels for sale in their taproom.

On Sunday 8/20 The Chris Andrews Band returns to the taproom for afternoon jams from 2-4pm.

On September 13, 2017 the Comix Craft Comedy Series will join Firely Hollow. Tickets are $20 and include your first beer. Join them for a night of laughs, food available for purchase on site provided by The Drunk Alpaca and Sixpence Pie Company.

You can get tickets here.

Firefly Hollow’s 4th Anniversary!

Here’s the link you’ve all been waiting for. Firefly has included some “Early Bird” specials for those who purchase their tickets early. You can get tickets here.


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