Prohibition Pig Gets A Brewing License
American restaurant and craft beer mecca Prohibition Pig out in Waterbury, Vermont has some exciting news to share with everyone today as they’ve officially be approved for a brewing license earlier today.
The news was share earlier via social media outlets from the restaurant’s page as a screenshot from an email that came from the Alcohol & Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB). Below is the screenshot:
Prohibition Pig is already quite famous and has quite the following as it’s one of the few places in VT to serve Heady Topper on tap alongside other world-class beers including ones hailing from Hill Farmstead and other local ones like Trapp Lodge Brewing, Rock Part, Lawson’s Finest and a few others. Oh and did we mention that their food is supposed to be pretty damn good as well?
We’re quite excited at the prospect of seeing what could be, the beginning of another fine Vermont-based brewery, but only time will tell how well they’ll put that license to use. They did however mention that they have 12 Pappy Van Winkle barrels that could use some filling so we’ll definitely have to keep an eye out for that! In the interim, the masses can continue to get some food and enjoy their extensive selection of bottled beers and drafts.