Four Quarters embodies the cycle of life, the journey that each ingredient makes on its way to your glass. A seed, carefully planted and nurtured, growing with the energy of the sun, Earth, wind, and rain. The fruits harvested, later release their seeds, and the cycle of life starts again. When Four Quarters creates new beers, it’s celebrating the Earth and everything that grows within. We care about where our ingredients are sourced and we care about our social and environmental impact and strive to have sustainable practices. The company’s existing logo shows the moon phases, which encapsulates this cycle, present in every living thing. The hope is that by thoughtfully crafting each and every beer with this cycle in mind, as well as the purpose of every ingredient used, the brewery can pass to its drinkers not just a glass of delicious brew, but its passion, its love, and its thankfulness for all things in the natural world.

Contact us:

@4quartersbrewing (Instagram & Twitter)


brian @ fourquartersbrewing . com




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  1. Hey hey
    I run by the new brewery facility everyday. Super excited. I know a lot of people in the area that might be useful for your venture. Gimme a ring and we can get a beer sometime.

  2. Im happy to see another craft brewery form locally, even though im a homebrewer, im excited to try another local brewerys wares.

  3. Hello,

    My company is producing a new event in Stowe on June 14. The Craft Brew Races are a series of 5k road races followed by local craft beer festivals that will be held throughout New England this year.


    We are interested in working with your brewery on this event if you are open for business at the time of the race. We are buying all of the beer from the brewers that do participate.
    We will provide you with all of the necessary amenities for a successful festival including tables, chairs, ice, buckets for product, discard bins, water pitchers and staff to manage your needs.

    Please let me know if you would be interested in participating or if you have any questions or concerns about the event.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.


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  5. Good afternoon,
    My name is Leah LaRobardiere, owner of Goog’s Pizza. Goog’s is a mobile food truck that specializes in wood-fired Pizza. Some breweries have food trucks to set up outside their brewery of participate in some festivals or events. Would this be an option for you? Please let me know your thoughts! I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Thanks for your time,

  6. Hi…Im disappointed that I couldn’t find your days open and hours of your tasting room published. We would love to come taste your beer, but live a long ride away. Could you please let me know this info so we can come visit. Thank you so much.

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