Smuttynose Brewing Hayseed

It’s time for the release of a fine Summer beer that invokes memories of lazy sunny days at a picnic, a reward after a long hike outdoors, or the perfect match for that easy summer meal. Hayseed is a farmhouse ale, or grisette. This style originated in Belgian’s Hainaut province for the miners after work. The name is thought to have derived from the grey frock uniforms that the women wore in the factories, who would stand with trays of beer for the miners after they finished work. Smuttynose brewed a lovely pale gold adaptation of this refreshing style, at a quite sessionable 3.8% ABV. Pair with mixed greens salad, soft cheese, or aromatic curry dishes.

 

 

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Hayseed isn’t just a new and delicious brew from Smuttynose; it’s also a new restaurant! In February, Smuttynose Brewing Company opened Hayseed Farmstyle Restaurant at Towle Farm. It’s a renovated Victorian-era farm house featuring over two dozen taps, rare Smuttynose and Smuttlabs beers, selected guest beers, cask beers, vintage bottles, and Farmstyle cuisine from Executive Chef Kevin Hahn, featuring lots of locally-sourced ingredients Seasonal outdoor beer garden. Check out the Menu HERE.

 
 


Great beer, bearded reps, and fantastic food at Stirling Hotel this Thursday, March 19th.

SmuttLabs On Draft:

Old Grundy Humper – Oak-Aged Pale Barleywine
Smoked Peach Shortweiss – 6.9% Lacto-Sour made with fresh peaches and smoked malt
Farmhouse Pale with Brett – Ale made with a French Saison yeast and Brett
Rye Stout – Dry Irish Stout made with Rye malt
Brett and I – 6% Sour Golden Ale
Stallion – Russian Imperial Stout

Plus FinestKind IPA and Old Brown Dog on draft and featuring Vunderbar in cans! Don’t miss out!


Coming up on March 25th at Andy’s Corner Bar
Andys Corner will be hosting a Smuttynose Smutlabs series tap takeover! Brewery Rep Pat will be on hand to chat about the brews. They will be featuring some very rare kegs including:

Stallion Imp Stout
Brett and I
Barrel Aged Tripel
Old Grundy Humper
Smoked Peach Shortweiss
Farmhouse Pale with Brett
Rye Stout
Shoal’s Pale Ale
Shebang Triple IPA
and of course Smuttynose Favorites Finest Kind IPA and Old Brown Dog


On March 28th at Goodnight Irene’s Hang out with Joanna from Smuttynose and enjoy some fantstic brews from this New Hampshire brewery! Live Entertainment featuring Thirsty Wilson!
Featuring:
Really Old Brown Dog
Imperial Stout
Finest Kind IPA
Big A IPA
2015 Gravitation
Durty


In addition to Hayseed, these Smutty brews are in-stock NOW:

 

 

Finestkind IPA
97 points Ratebeer.com
One of New England’s “finest” IPAs. Clocking in at 75 IBUs, this hopalicious brew is not for the faint of heart. Hopped with Magnum, Simcoe, Centennial, Santiam and dry-hopped with Amarillo. 6.9% abv
Available in 6-packs, 1/2 and 1/6 kegs

 

Bouncy House
89 points Ratebeer.com
Bouncy House, Smuttynose’s newest year-round beer, is an all-occasion, sessionable IPA brewed for maximum drinkability and merry-making. This pale golden ale’s subtle malt body puts crisp hop flavor front and center and allows its dry-hopped fragrance to shine. Each sip of Bouncy House will make your taste buds spring with delight! 4.3%ABV
Available in 6-packs

 


Old Brown Dog
86 points Ratebeer.com
A classic American-style Brown Ale. Full-bodied and nutty with more hoppy bitterness than its English counterpart. 6.7% abv
Available in 6-packs, 1/2 and 1/6 kegs

 

Robust Porter
99 points Ratebeer.com
This roasty, toasty porter has a whole ‘lotta of coffee and bittersweet chocolate goodness going on, making it a great choice with dessert….and heck, anytime. 6.2% abv
Available in 6-packs

 


And for all the fickle-minded Smuttynose fans out there: Variety 12-Packs!
A fabulous assortment of Smutty brews including Finestkind IPA, Shoals Pale Ale, Old Brown Dog and Brewer’s Choice (right now it’s Rhye IPA)!

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