Kimmich said on his blog that he expects 500 cases to sell out in about 90 minutes. In addition, Alchemist will deliver 100 cases of Heady Topper to Craft Beer Cellar in Waterbury, across the street from Kimmich's former Alchemist brewpub, a longtime craft beer haven destroyed during Hurricane Irene and reborn as the Prohibition Pig.
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Beelzebub, which was recently awarded a bronze medal at the World Beer Cup, and Focal Banger will also be released in kegs to Waterbury bars. Lawson plans to release Sip of Sunshine Double IPA to bars in northern Vermont as well.
"Forty years ago, Vermont was known for maple syrup. Twenty years ago, we were known for Ben & Jerry's," said Brennan Neill, director of on-air fundraising for Vermont's statewide public television network. "Now we're known for brewing the best beer in the world."
Anyone who can't make it to northern Vermont, but still wants to partake in the Hill Farmstead party, can stop by Worthy Burger in South Royalton. Starting at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Worthy Burger will run 10 lines of Hill Farmstead and one rare Belgian beer.
The two beers that will have craft lovers salivating at Worthy Burger are Neither, a double IPA collaboration between Hill's Grassroots Brewing (the label he uses for collaborations), England's Siren Brewing and Florida's Cigar City Brewing.
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Worthy Burger will also be pouring Cantillon Classic Gueuze, one of the highest-rated Belgian Lambics in the world, and nearly impossible to find on draft on this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
Beer hunters can also look for the release this weekend of Fair Maiden Double IPA from Foley Brothers Brewing in Brandon. Further north on Route 7 in Shelburne, look for cans (if they are still left) of Fiddlehead's 2nd Fiddle Double IPA and the brewery's Hodad Chocolate Vanilla Toasted Coconut Porter.
For beer drinkers who want to eschew the crowds and say they were "there from the beginning," this weekend also marks the grand opening of Burlington Beer Company's taproom in Williston.
Hill said that he believes the coveted handcrafted ales of northern Vermont fit in squarely with the heritage of the land.
"People have been doing very special handcrafting in cottage industries in northern Vermont for a long time. ... People in this area prefer to work for themselves," Hill said. "Hopefully this influences and helps other small businesses to thrive."
Rare and special beers available during the Hill Farmstead tap event in Waterbury include:
Beyond Good and Evil (2014)—A bourbon barrel-aged maple Imperial Sweet Stout. This beer was brewed with a small amount of maple syrup and aged in barrels for 18 months.
Daybreak—An Imperial Stout brewed with citrus with collaborator Mikkel Borg Bjergso of Mikkeller Brewery in Denmark and aged in orange liqueur barrels.
Biere de Norma Batches 2 & 3 (2013, 2014)—A red farmhouse saison that is spontaneously fermented in oak.
Civil Disobedience Blend 6 (2012)—A blend of several Hill Farmstead ales from 2012 that was aged in wine barrels for more than a year.
Genealogy of Morals (2013)—An Imperial Stout brewed with coffee and aged for 20 months in bourbon barrels.
Port Damon Batch 1—A Russian Imperial Stout aged in port barrels.
Amager Black Nitro—A hoppy black ale collaboration with Danish brewer Amager.
La Vermontoise—A collaboration with La Brasserie de Blaugies brewery in Belgium, this is a spelt saison, with notes of pepper, hay and toasted wheat.
Wheat is the New Hops (2014)—An India Pale Ale brewed with wheat and fermented with Brettanomyces.
Phenomenology of Spirit Batch 2—A dark farmhouse ale that was spontaneously fermented in oak barrels using airborne yeast. The beer spent 18 months in oak barrels.
Fear & Trembling (2013)—A Baltic Porter brewed with malt that was smoked over maple wood.
Birth of Tragedy (2013)—An Imperial version of Hill's Twilight of the Idols winter porter brewed with coffee and spices, and aged in bourbon barrels.
Siren/Grassroots Limoncello—A collaboration with Mikkeller made with lactose, oats, wheat and pilsner malt that underwent a 12-hour sour mash.
Le Sarrasin (2014)—Ale brewed with more than 30 percent buckwheat and aged in wine barrels.
(Beer descriptions from Hill Farmstead and RateBeer.com)
—By CNBC's Tom Troncone.