Siren — Vermont Tea Party
Pale with Earl Grey Tea, Lemon Zest & US dry-hops
Loose leaf pale ale brewed with Earl Grey Tea and Lemon Zest and hopped with Chinook, Equinox, Amarillo and Citra.
“The first time we brewed using Vermont yeast it was to produce the best possible character for Love of Work – a beer originally brewed in Vermont with Hill Farmstead. The yeast has gone on to become a big part of what we do, we now use our own unique house strain in the likes of Soundwave to provide glorious peach and apricot notes which complement the hops. Vermont Tea Party is a celebration of the yeast and an evolution of Love of Work. We always loved the citrus notes that the Earl Grey Tea brought into the equation, and we’re highlighting that further with the addition of Lemon Zest. We’ve also tweaked the recipe to offer even cleaner bergamot, citrus and grassy hop notes with Chinook, Citra, Equinox and Amarillo all in the mix. Our first brew of the loose leaf pale will be available on cask and keg.”