On Thursday 12/14 the long-anticipated release of New Departure is finally available.
New Departure is a beer that brewer Justin Dawley developed with the rich history of the City of Bristol at heart. Named after an iconic business in Bristol, New Departure is a classic American Pale Ale that showcases a perfect balance of malt and hops. Motueka, El Dorado and Summer hops bring bright flavors of grapefruit, orange and melon to compliment a mild caramel malt finish.
Also on Thursday, Firefly will have bottles of Twinkler Barleywine and cans of Lizard’s Breath IPA and Cone Flakes IIPA. Steve’s Top Dog food truck will be here too.
On Friday 12/15 Firefly Cask of the Day is Lizard’s Breath IPA dry hopped with Centennial and Waimea hops.
On Saturday 12/16 BYOfood, Firefly scheduled food truck is unable to make it and they are working on getting a backup. You may bring in food, order delivery from their delivery menu book or grab a fresh baked Harvest Bakery soft pretzel (while supplies last).
On Sunday 12/17 come spend a relaxing afternoon with Firefly while listening to Bruce Gregori serenade us from 2-4pm.
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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