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(Switch)back on the Road: 12oz Stubbies Leave the State

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We started the bottling line early- we stayed on the line late- but everything we do, we do it for you! (Please imagine our brewers singing this to you to the tune of the Bryan Adams jam [Everything I Do] I Do It For You.) We are happy to announce that 12 ounce stubby Switchback Ale bottles are going to be available outside of Vermont beginning in March! While we were able to scoot a small shipment…
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What is a Keller Bier?

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We are proud to announce that in 2017, Citra-Pils Keller Bier and Switchback Ale will stand side by side as the brewery’s only full-time offerings. Born as a classic pilsner lager, we brew Citra-Pils Keller Bier in the most traditional way, using only Light Pils malt and Saaz hops in the boil. We then dry hop with more Saaz and also Citra hops to create a special “twist” on the classic pilsner style,…
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2017 Year-Round Release: Citra-Pils Keller Bier

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Switchback Brewing Company announces the year-round release of Citra-Pils Keller Bier BURLINGTON, VT—Switchback Brewing Company is excited to announce the year-round release of Citra-Pils Keller Bier. In the brewery’s 14 year history, Citra-Pils is only the second beer to be produced, bottled, and distributed year-round. The brewery was founded in 2002 around the idea of creating a unique and distinct…
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Citra-Pils' New Label: Citra vs. Citrus

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We are proud to announce that as of 2017, Citra-Pils Keller Bier and Switchback Ale officially stand side by side as the brewery’s only full-time offerings. While many may incorrectly call it ‘Citrus-Pils’ there are absolutely zero fruit or citrus flavors added. The citrusy notes are 100% derived from the Citra hop variety used during the brewing process. And it’s not a coincidence that the name ‘Citra’…
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Brewer Bites: Slow-Fermented Brown Ale

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In 2009, we acquired a “new” four-vessel copper brew house from Germany and began brewing all of our flagship Switchback Ale on this 66 barrel system rather than on our original two-vessel 15 barrel system, allowing us to make significantly more beer at a time and subsequently giving our brewers a whole lot of extra free time. But of course, a brewer’s mind never sits idle, and thoughts immediately…
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