The beer industry remains the only one that truly enjoys seeing competitors succeed. The best way to comprehend this phenomenon is by the process of collaboration beers. Fox Farm and Kent Falls raided their personal pantries in preparation for their jointed Farmhouse Ale suitably named, Pantry Party.
This mixed fermentation ale was brewed with 100% Connecticut grown ingredients. Barley grown in Farmington, hops from the Kent Falls / Camps Road Farm, yeast cultures from both breweries, and over 200lbs. of St. Croix grape must (skin and juice) were thrown into the cauldron to create a refreshingly tart summer beer.
Hopefully, Pantry Party sticks around into the deeper months of Fall and beyond because we truly believe there is no such thing as seasonal beers. If you want to drink a Brown Ale in July, go for it, if a Pilsner or Blonde Ale is your thing in February, whos going to stop you? So, limiting a delicious beer such as Pantry Party to just the end of September seems like a brutal crime in which stoning would be the only proper punishment.
Get over to the Fox Farm taproom in Salem and try Pantry Party for yourself. And while you’re there, sample some of the other amazing beers Zack Adams and his team has on tap for you.
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