We’re very excited to be serving our beer at CT Landmarks “Dinner at the Homestead” on Saturday, September 6th. This is a charitable dinner at the Nathan Hale Homestead to help preserve some of CT’s great historical landmarks.
Gary at Gariphic has been at it again. We’ve added a touch of color to our logo!
In other news, we’re getting close to securing our location and placing the order for our Brewhouse and fermenters. We’ll keep you updated as things unfold.
Thanks to some fantastic work by Gary over at Gariphic, we have our logo. We’re excited and feel that Gary, working very closely with Sue from Still Hill, captured the feeling of our developing brewery! We hope you like our new look as much as we do!
Scott pouring Red Storm Ryesing
On Saturday, November 30th, some of the Still Hill crew hopped on a bus with 36 or so other intrepid Craft Beer lovers for the CT Beer Trails first Annual Turkey Tour. It was a great day touring around and visiting Back East Brewing Co., The Cambridge House Brew Pub, Broad Brook Brewing, Thomas Hooker Brewing and Olde Burnside Brewing.
What completed the day for the Still Hill gang was pouring our Red Storm Ryesing, an American Amber ale, on the bus. We hope everyone enjoyed the tasting! By the way, buses make for great captive audiences!
Some exciting news. We’ll be pouring our “Nut on the Hill” Brown Ale for the folks on the CTBeerTrail Brewery bus tour tomorrow! We’ll be providing samples of our beer during the lunch stop at The Barley Vine in Bristol. If you’re in the area stop by the Barley Vine and say hi. I won’t be pouring long but I’m sure you can find something you’ll like at the Barley Vine or at our friends down the road at Firefly Hollow Brewery!