We’ve got a great lineup for you this week.
On Thursday 12/7 Firefly’s Toys for Tots Drive is underway!
Thank you to everyone who has contributed, we have so many great toys already and are looking forward to collecting more for those in need in our community. Toys must be new and unwrapped and may be dropped off during our standard taproom hours.
The Crepe Hut is with us Thursday with a variety of sweet and savory crepes. Available in bottles is Twinkler Barleywine and in cans are Lizard’s Breath IPA and The Weave New England IPA.
On Friday 12/8 we will have Cone Flakes IIPA cans! $10 per four pack, limit one case per person. Our Cask of the Day will be The Weave NEIPA. Also on Friday, The Uncommon Quesadilla food truck will be here.
On Saturday 12/9 Sonny’s Grinders food truck and West’s Side Jerky will be here. Get delicious fresh made to order spring rolls, lettuce wraps and grinders from Sonny and locally made beef jerky from West’s. It’s a win-win!
On Sunday 12/10 Zen out with Kirby for taproom yoga at 10:45am. Forget about the holiday stressors during this one hour class and continue your relaxation with a beer of choice after (included).
FireFly 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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