We’re proud to pour at several select events in the New England area.
While we don’t have the capacity to pour at many events outside of our own, we try to participate in as many as possible.
Now that we have our sweet new food truck, you may see us at more events. If you’re interested in having us at one of your events please email us at email@example.com and let us know.
So far this year you can join us at:
The Brattleboro BrewFest
May 25, 2019
The Brattleboro Fest holds a special place in our hearts… Whetstone Station Co-Owners Amy and Tim Brady (formerly the owners of Forty Putney Road B&B) were proud to be a part of creating the first ever Brattleboro Brew Fest in 2010, bringing together some of their favorite beers and brewers from around the country.
Of course, now that Amy and Tim (along with their business partner David) have opened their brewery in Brattleboro, they look forward to showcasing their beers at the 2016 festival in its new location (close to downtown and the Whetstone Station!) on Old Guilford Road, and everyday at the beautiful Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery.
So join us at this years renewed Brattleboro Brewers Festival, see www.brattleborobrewersfestival.com for details.
Kick Out The Summer Jams!
June 1st, 2019
June 1st, 2019- Kick Out the Summer Jams in the Pit at Kampfires Campground 2 miles north of Exit 3 in Brattleboro. The day kicks off at 2pm with the Eben Viens Band, performing songs from their new album, Big Star.
The afternoon continues with local heroes The Big Empty, an indie folk trio with a wide ranging diverse repertoire. Jason Scaggs and Jeff Richardson play with enthusiasm and ease, engaging their instruments, the audience, and each other with a symbiotic musicianship echoing the past while embracing the present.
Rev Tor and Friends, including members of Kung Fu, Entrain and Steal Your Peach Band, finish off the afternoon with a mix of funky bass, foot stomping percussion and bouncy guitar lines pulling the whole groove together and creating an entrancing state and simply making the body want to move! Memorable soulful melodies and even the bands cover tunes, tunes from the Allmans and the Dead, have a distinctly Torricized feel.
Bring your own lawn chairs and enjoy the sunshine. No outside alcohol permitted but food, wine and beer provided by Whetstone Station’s Rollin’ Stone food truck. Tickets $10/General and $20/VIP. both cover the whole day. Onsite free parking.
Put on with help from out lovely sponsors: The Brattleboro Reformer and Bell’s Brewing!
Vermont Brew Fest
July 20-21, 2018
BURLINGTON WATERFRONT PARK