Beer, brisket, smoked mac & cheese, ribs & more at Firefly Hollow

Photo (c) Firefly Hollow

On Thursday 5/11 Firefly Hollow has Cone Flakes IIPA on draft and cans of Cone Flakes for you to take home. Cans are limited to one case per person, $10/four pack.

Steve’s Top Dog food truck will be with there, grab a hotdog and fries to enjoy with your favorite Firefly Hollow beer.

On Friday 5/12 is jam packed with greatness! Firefly Hollow will have their annual Dire Chinchilla bottle release. Dire Chinchilla is our 9.8% Imperial Pale Ale with rich flavors of caramel, toffee and toast. Bottles are $9/ea and limited to 4 bottles per person.

Firefly Hollow will also have Dire Chinchilla on draft for you to enjoy by the glass in their taproom.  

Their Cask of the Day for Friday will be Bourbon Barrel Aged Toadstool Oat Stout.

Also Friday, Firefly Hollow will be joined by the Firehouse Smoker BBQ truck. Enjoy fresh, juicy, award winning BBQ and sides while spending your afternoon with us.

They’ll have brisket, smoked mac & cheese, ribs and more until sold out!

On Saturday 5/13 bring a pizza or favorite snack to have while hanging out with Firefly Hollow. They won’t have a food truck but will have fresh baked daily, Harvest Bakery soft pretzels while supplies last.

On Sunday 5/14 show mom how much you appreciate her by treating her to her favorite beer and live music performed by Bruce Gregori. He’ll be at Firefly Hollow playing from 2-4pm.

Fire Fly 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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