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Beer up at Firefly Hollow Brewing for New Years Eve celebrations

Firefly Hollow Brewing Photo (c) The Beverage Journal

On Thursday 12/28 Firefly Hollow Brewing will have a double can release. Toadstool Oat Stout and The Weave New England IPA (NEIPA) will both be available for sale starting at 2pm. This is the second Weave release in this rotational hop series.  The hops featured in this 12/28/17 batch are Mosaic and Palisade.

Toadstool cans are $12 per six pack, The Weave cans are $13 per six pack.  One Case per person per day limit. The Weave will also be available on draft.

Also available Thursday are Cone Flakes IIPA cans, Lizard’s Breath IPA cans and Twinkler Barleywine bottles.  Steve’s Top Dog food truck will be there Thursday.

On Friday 12/29  Firefly Hollow’s Cask of the Day is New Departure Pale Ale dry hopped with El Dorado. Firefly Hollow will be joined by The Turkey Hut food truck. Be sure to try their Jerk Turkey Fries and Macaroni and Cheese with a pint from the cask.

On Saturday 12/30  The Crepe Hut food truck will be at Firefly Hollow. Come down and enjoy a variety of sweet and savory crepes! The Cannoli filled one goes great with the Nitro Vanilla Barrel Aged Choconaut we have on tap.

On Sunday 12/31  be sure to come pick up cans, bottles, and growler fills for your New Years Eve celebrations.

FireFly Brewing is located at 139 Center Street in Bristol, Connecticut 06010.

email: info@fireflybrewing.com

Hours: Thr-Fri:2-9pm. Sat:12-9pm. Sun:12-5pm.

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