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List: Connecticut Breweries & Wineries Offer Special Discounts & Creative Deals

List: Connecticut Breweries & Wineries Offer Special Discounts & Creative Deals

For those 21 and older, Connecticut’s breweries and wineries are finding ways to serve you safely and affordable during this time.

To help make takeout more affordable, special discounts and deals are being offered by many popular wineries and breweries in Connecticut. These Guys Brewing in Norwich is offering 20% off growler fills with any takeout order. Connecticut Valley Brewing Company in South Windsor is offering curbside delivery and 10% off gift cards, as well as selling their roasted coffee online.

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In Hartford, City Steam Brewery Café is also offering 20% off takeout and curbside pickup – and with every purchase of a beer growler and $50 in food, customers will receive an extra growler for only $1. Hog River Brewing Company, which is also in Hartford also has curbside pickup available, and in the spirit of hope for the future, is giving away “free drink” chips with every order to be used when the brewery re-opens. In Colchester, Priam Vineyards is offering curbside pickup as well as $10 shipping on 3, 6, and 12 bottle orders.

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Favorite spots like Maugle Sierra Wines in Ledyard and Brignole Vineyards in Granby are offering grab-and-go wine pickup, while breweries such as Urban Lodge Brewing Company in Manchester and Brewery Legitimus in New Hartford are doing the same with beer orders. Problem Solved Brewery in East Windsor even has a drive-up beer-to-go window.

Many wineries and breweries are offering pickup for both drinks and food. Half Full Brewery in Stamford is offering curbside beer pick-up and food truck takeout on weekends, Elicit Brewing in Manchester has takeout and curbside pickup for crowlers and pizza, Kinsmen Brewing in Milldale has curbside pickup for craft beers and pizza, and Chamard Vineyards in Clinton is offering takeout or curbside pickup for food and wine. Charter Oak Brewing in Danbury is also offering curbside pickup as well as hosting virtual Trivia Nights on their Facebook. 

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And finally, for those missing the community aspect of wineries and breweries, Two Roads Brewing Company in Stratford is offering a Virtual Tasting Room which includes community posts and live streamed concerts.

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