Another week, another intriguing Connecticut can release! This time, we’re keeping our Drink Local philosophy going by highlighting a relatively new brewery, Nod Hill Brewery, and their first can release! On Tuesday, December 19, at 4PM, head on down to the Ridgefield beer makers for cans of Geobunny and Super Mantis! Continue reading “Nod Hill Brewery Releasing Its First Cans Next Week!”
What’s up Window Sillers? It’s that time again! We’re pumping up yet another delicious Connecticut can release. This time, we’re heading back to Stamford’s Half Full Brewery for their second Without Rhyme or Reason release—the Ernest. It’s a blended and barrel-aged Belgian/Amber hybrid, and it’s coming this Friday, December 15! Continue reading “Half Full’s Releasing Another WROR Series brew this Friday!”
It’s time, once again, for everybody to come aboard the CT Can Release train! Here at Beers on Window Sills, we like to drink local, and do I have a hell of a release to tell you Nutmeggers about! This Saturday, starting at 1PM, Old Saybrook’s 30 Mile Brewing Co.—you might be familiar with them from my visit back in August—is getting set to release four different cans at their taproom. Continue reading “Quadruple Can Release from 30 Mile Brewing Co. on Saturday, Dec 9”
If you’ve been keeping up, you know that Derby CT’s BAD SONS Beer Co. had themselves a can release this past Thursday. Although I wasn’t able to make it for the actual release, I brought Beers on Window Sills there on Friday. Let me tell you, I came away very impressed. I ended up with some beers, some swag, and a new brewery I will regularly visit. Continue reading “Beers on Window Sills Goes to BAD SONS Beer”
Do you like candy? Do you like castles? If you answered yes to both of these, you’re going to want to head to Derby, Connecticut on Tomorrow (November 30) at 5pm. BAD SONS Beer Co. is getting ready to launch its latest canned brew–the Candy Castle Double IPA. Continue reading “BAD SONS Beer Co. Is Lowering the Draw Bridge on their Candy Castle Double IPA”
In our ever-lasting quest to support local breweries, Beers on Window Sills took a quick trip to Aspetuck Brew Lab to pick up a six pack of their latest release: the DDH Turbidity Lucidity IPA. My stay was brief, but the delight I draw from the beers I picked up there will be with me for a while. Continue reading “Aspetuck Brew Lab Releases Cans of DDH Turbidity Lucidity”
When: Wednesday, November 22 at 12:00PM
Where: Half Full Brewery – Stamford, CT
What: Half Full Brewery – Without Rhyme or Reason – Amelia (WROR #1)
What’s up, Window Sillers? Half Full Brewery, which is located on Homestead Avenue in Stamford, CT, is getting set to release the first cans in its new “Without Rhyme Or Reason” series on November 22nd at noon, and I got an exclusive pre-release six pack to review for you!
Continue reading “Half Full Brewery Kicks Off the Without Rhyme or Reason Series!”
If you live in the Connecticut area, and love good beer, you should get yourself down to Lock City Brewing for a big can release this Friday. The Stamford-based Brewery will be releasing cans of two of their IPAs starting Friday at 5pm—the EEPA and Launch IPA. Continue reading “Can Release: Lock City Brewing”
What’s up Window Sillers? A wonderful thing happened today in Connecticut: For the first time ever, one of my favorite Connecticut breweries, New England Brewing Company, released cans of their latest and greatest, most sought-after brew, the Double Fuzzy Baby Ducks. Of course, you know I had to get some in my hands… and on my window sills. Continue reading “Beers on Window Sills Gets Double Fuzzy with A NEBCO Release Day!”
The time has finally come! Beers on Window Sills t-shirts are now available, courtesy of @Bonfire. These shirts are perfect for wearing on a night out to the bar, a day trip to your local brewery and even for just sitting at home! They also make amazing presents for any occasion. Buy one for the whole family!
Beers on Window Sills was born out of a passion for all things craft beer. Through my Instagram account ( @beersonwindowsills) and my blog ( beersonwindowsills.com), I’m doing my best to educate the world–and myself–about craft beer. The profits from this t-shirt will give me some much needed beer money, and also allow me to expand my reach to the craft beer community! What’s on your sill?