Fire Fly Names Pale Ale New Departure, Offers Special St. Patty’s Cask

Fire Fly Brewing 139 Center Street Bristol, Connecticut 06010.

On Thursday 3/16 Fire Fly will be releasing their newest pale ale – New Departure.

This 4.8%, 40 IBU Pale Ale showcases delicate flavors of Australian Summer hops. Soft, fruity hop flavors support doughy wheat malt and a firm bitterness.

Starting at 2pm, Fire Fly will have it available by the pint or to fill in growlers to take home.

Steve’s Top Dog food truck will be there as well, come enjoy a full menu to choose from with your favorite pint.

On Friday 3/17, Happy St. Patty’s day! Fire Fly will have a very special cask. It is a blend of their Imperial Stout- Boris, and their Bourbon Barrel Aged Toadstool Oat Stout.

Be sure to come early to get a glass of this special blend of stouty goodness!

Fire Fly will also have their traditional Irish Red on tap, Red Lantern. Enjoy by the pint in our taproom or grab cans and growler fills to take home!

Ted’s Steamed Cheeseburgers will be there serving up some great food too.

On Saturday 3/18, due to reports of snow, Fire Fly will not have a food truck, so feel free to bring your own food.

Fire Fly will also have Harvest Bakery soft pretzels for sale, while supplies last.

On Sunday 3/19 Fire Fly will have Namaste Sunday – Taproom Yoga. 10:45am-11:45am, $25 cash gets you one hour of yoga instruction and a Firefly Hollow beer of choice after the class.

Arrive early to get your spot.

Fire Fly Brewing is located at 139 Center Street Bristol, Connecticut 06010.


Hours: Thr-Fri:2-9pm. Sat:12-9pm. Sun:12-5pm



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