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Fiddlehead Is Top 50 Largest Craft Breweries In Country

iddlehead is now one of the 50 largest craft breweries by volume in the country! This week the Brewers Association released their 2021 annual report which lists Fiddlehead as the 49th largest brewery, skyrocketing from 86th in 2020.

While the craft beer industry grew 8% last year, Fiddlehead experienced an astonishing 89% growth!

Our annual production for 2021 was 51,600 BBLs. Over the years we have experienced double digit growth in the relatively small distribution footprint of 7 ½ states.

We couldn’t have done this without the support of strong partners, dedicated staff, and of course our loyal customers! There’s still much more to come! Just this quarter we have already increased production by 85% over 2021. Thank you for being a Fern Believer.

Top 50 Producing Craft Brewing Companies for 2021

Vermont Beer Worth Singing About

Chances are good that you've listened to your favorite album with a beer in your hand. Music and beer go hand in hand.

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Got Beer - Featured Brewery Fiddlehead Launches in NY

Fiddlehead Brewing Company launches in New York State.

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Q&A With Matty O from Fiddlehead Brewing

Got Beer Q & A, beer, and how Fiddlehead got its name.

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What’s on Tap: Second Fiddle Double IPA Can Release

Brittney Hibbs is at the can release of Second Fiddle at Fiddlehead Brewing in Shelburne. She talks with patrons who drove for hours to get in line and also with Brewmaster, Matt Cohen, on what makes his double IPA so popular.

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Second Fiddle Double IPA one of Outdoor Magazines Top 25 Canned Beers

Just as certain scents can transport you back to a special place, a swig of this medium-bodied beer will have you pining for a campsite hammock, unless you’re already in one. The brew is dry hopped for over a month with nearly three pounds of Citra and Simcoe hops per barrel, so expect plenty of bitterness. But it remains surprisingly drinkable, with strong summer fruit throughout.

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Talking Shop with Fiddlehead Owner/Brewer Matt Cohen

When Matthew (“Matty O”) Cohen opened Fiddlehead Brewing Company in 2011 after more than a decade brewing at Magic Hat, he wanted to get one thing right: an easy-drinking, well-balanced, draft-only IPA. “For the first year and a half,” Cohen recalls, “all anyone really saw from us was the IPA.” That was a deliberate decision, he says: “We wanted to put that beer out there and build our brand.”

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