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Mug Club Coming Soon!

The Stone Corral Mug Club is coming soon!
Upgrade your standard pint to a 20oz pour anytime you come in for a drink. Plus, you will get to use this awesome mug just for being in the club. Let the tourists know that you’re a local Stone Corral supporter!

A limited number of memberships will go on sale later this fall so keep your eyes on social media for an official date.

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Environmentally Friendly Plastics

We’ve heard your feedback and are now transitioning to a more environmentally friendly 4 pack can handle! Our can carrying handles are now 100% recyclable and use less plastic than the typical black style handles we’ve used in the past.

Pigmented plastics are more challenging to recycle and have less market value than clear plastics.  Clear plastics have the highest market value and can go into both clear or pigmented plastic streams. Consequently, some recycling facilities consider certain pigmented plastics contaminants in the recycling stream and subsequently dispose of them instead of recycling them. Choosing a clear plastic ensures that it will be recycled since it offers the most flexibility for material recovery facilities.

The next time you toss one of our cans into the bin, be sure to recycle the packaging it came in!


Visit our friends over at Roberts PolyPro for details.


New distribution partnership with Calmont Beverage Co.

We here at Stone Corral are very pleased to announce our expanded relationship with our friends at Calmont Beverage Co.  Calmont will be conducting a trial distribution of Stone Corral beers for the entire State.
Beginning Monday, June 25th, the Calmont team will process and deliver orders to our Trailblazer distribution customers.  We believe that combining our resources and focusing on our strengths will provide you with better service and more beer(!) as we grow together. If you prefer, you may still place orders through the brewery, and the Calmont team will deliver your order.  But we also think you may find it easier to work directly with your Calmont sales representative.

As always, you are encouraged to contact the brewery team with any questions or special requests.  Now you will also have the Calmont team as a resource to help keep your coolers full.  As the summer progresses and our relationship evolves, please call or email with any feedback you may have.

Beer, BBQ and music for a cause

The VT Rocks Music Festival will combine live music, a delicious BBQ, and refreshing local beer for a kick off to summer at Bolton Valley. The day will include music from noon until dark from eight bands on two stages. All tickets include a delicious BBQ dinner with all the fixin’s prepared by Rock House BBQ. Vegetarian entree and side dishes are also available. Food donated by Wilcox & Barton, Inc.

A cash bar will offer soft drinks and locally brewed beer from Stone Corral. Additional food and beverages can be purchased onsite at Bolton’s James Moore Tavern, Fireside Flatbread and the Bolton Valley Deli.

While everyone will be rocking out to kick off the summer, we’ll also be celebrating Darlene Autery. Darlene is a dear friend who was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in August 2017. The cancer has been extremely aggressive and the last 9 months have been very hard, but throughout her battle Darlene’s spirit and will to live have remained strong. But cancer is like riding a roller coaster with a blindfold on; it’s a disease with many twists and turns. After a brief remission, Darlene’s lymphoma has returned and is aggressively attacking her central nervous system. Doctors have informed her that the situation is terminal with only a short time remaining.

One of Darlene’s favorite things to do in life is bring friends together around live music. A veteran of many concerts and festivals, Darlene, like her license plate and the State that she loves, rocks! And as a result, over the years, she has acquired quite a number of musician friends who also rock.

To celebrate and honor the beautiful person that is Darlene Autery, on June 24th, we have decided to send her off in style with a music festival and BBQ to die for. She hopes you’ll join us. She’ll be there if she can.

Visit the official website for more information and to get your tickets today. Use the code 4Darlene to get a 50% discount on your tickets. Hurry, the 50% off offer ends after June 10.


Cans Cans Cans!

We’ve been canning like crazy!  Here’s the low down.

Our Hopped to Trot IPA is back with a few tweaks!  Crafted with Dr. Rudy hops and infused with Curacao orange peel and juniper berries for sublime citrus and pine notes.

Available now in 4 packs of 16oz cans.

Our Black Beer has a new look.  We worked hard to create a label that represented the way our die hard fans felt about this beer.  Dark, mysterious and now with a Black Bear!

4 packs of 16oz cans readily available now!

Bad Rooster IPA has a few adjustments to the label and can be found all over the northern part of the state.

Available in 4 packs of 16oz cans.

Briarpatch, our raspberry schwarzbier is on the shelves for your drinking pleasure.

Available in 4 packs of 16oz cans.

Bramble, our tart and fruity sour is on the shelves at your favorite beverage locations!

Available in 4 packs of 16oz cans.

Keep your eyes peeled for more of our fantastic beers in cans to come!


Stone Corral Has a New Chef!

Meet Chef Billy Jenkerson

Billy’s love of cooking stems from his family’s diner in Salem, NH where he learned the ropes working on the breakfast line with his uncle. After high school, he made the leap to the Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy. While attending school Billy learned a lot about cooking and his life experiences both in and out of the kitchen shaped him into the chef and person he is today. He completed an internship at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge in Alaska where he worked under a classically trained Swiss chef which helped him to focus his mind on his career as well as the wilderness and outdoors. After successfully completing his internship, Billy returned to NH to work at the Bedford Village Inn, where he worked as a line cook in one of NH’s only triple diamond restaurants. This was a return to his childhood roots as he cooked brunch meals for hungry patrons and guest staying at the Inn. He returned to Alaska in 2006 to work as the Lead Cook for the Alaskan Lodge where he met his wife and traveled the state . Later, Billy and his wife moved back to NH and together they helped open the Brookstone Grill. On a visit to Vermont, he fell in love with Burlington and the lifestyle that surrounded it, and they made the decision to relocate. Billy worked both at the Kitchen Table Bistro as their Sous Chef and Shelburne Farms as a Line Cook before nailing down a job as the Kitchen Manager and Head Chef for The Blue Stone in Waterbury, VT where he stayed for three years. Feeling the need to expand his culinary creativity, Billy accepted an offer from Stone Corral to become our Kitchen Manager and Head Chef. Billy hopes to bring fun, approachable and seasonal pub food to The Corral. He currently resides in Moretown with his wife and two kids. The Corral staff and patrons couldn’t be happier with the positive energy he has brought to our kitchen and restaurant!


Vermont Brewers Festival 2017

The 2017 Vermont Brewers Festival, hosted at the Burlington Waterfront, was a huge success.  Click the link for a quick video published by NBC News Channel 5 featuring  our very own head brewer JD!

Thanks to the Vermont Brewers Association and NBC News Channel 5.



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Meet our new brewer Ryan.

Ryan hails from Ridgewood, NJ and started brewing for Stone Corral in December of 2016. Ryan joined us after five years at Otter Creek where he served as the Head Brewer for his last two years. His romance with small scale craft brewing led him north to Stone Corral. His favorite style of beer is Pilsners, with the occasional wine cooler. Ryan loves to brew just about anything. In his free time, Ryan likes taking long walks down the beer aisle and bringing a cold one with him on the disc golf course. Catch him here at the brewery working hard every day.