Some of our beers do contain wheat, like our hefeweizen, Circus Boy. If you do have an allergy to wheat or gluten, be sure to consult your doctor before consuming any beer that's not marketed as "gluten free" or "wheat free."
Ah yes, the Artifactory, center of our brewniverse, the place where all things Magic Hat are created. To find out what the Artifactory is pouring at the Growler Bar, when the tours are running and how you can look and feel great, visit the Artifactory Page.
If you're just itching to talk to someone up in here, give us a call at 802-658-2739 and The Voice will help you out. If you'd rather not talk about it, we also take emails! Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and The Voice will answer you.
We take the quality of our beers VERY seriously. We also take your happiness VERY seriously. If you have an issue or concern with one of our brands, we want to hear about it. Visit our Feedback page and provide us with some information about your purchase and what the issue is, and we'll be in touch.
If you're wicked worried about calories and such over the great taste, body and feel of Magic Hat brews, we'll tell you what the facts are. But we're going to make you work for it. Here's what you should do:
A Humdinger is a very special breed of Magic Hat. Sometimes in 750ml bottles, sometimes only on tap at the Artifactory, Humdingers appear when our brewers want them to appear. Beers like Braggot, Thumbsucker and Chaotic Chemistry are all of the Humdinger species. They're of a single batch and are very limited. But it's worth the suspense if you can get some on your tongue.
We might be hiring. Then again, we might not be. But it's worth checking out for yourself. To see if you've got what it takes to make the best tasting beer on the planet, check our jobs page, located HERE. However, if you want to skip the foreplay and get right down to business, check out all our current open positions HERE. We recommend hitting the first link, too. It's entertaining and informative.
The significance of #9 is that it is far better than numbers 1 through 8. #2 was a Bamboo Wit, #5 a Grape Dubbel, #8 a Rainforest Nut Lager. They did not sell well. Why? It's a mystery to us! No one really knows the significance of the mysterious #9. Not even its creator.
A popular urban legend these days is that Magic Hat will give you a free keg of our sweet, sweet nectar if you show up at our brewery with a gallon of pull tabs from cans. We have one word (and an exclamation point) with regards to this rumor: ERRONEOUS!
Should you bring in said gallon of pull tabs, several things may happen, including, but not limited to: looks of pity, looks of confusion, looks of admiration. Why admiration? Well, you obviously went to great lengths to acquire all these tabs. Saddle up to the growler bar and get a few free samples. It's not a keg, but it's still awesome.
We're currently pleasing palates across the country. We’re working hard to get to those of you deprived of one of the best tasting beers on the planet. Sit tight, friends. If you think we’re near, consult The SipCode Locator. Feed it your zip code, rub its belly and be shown the way to our beer.
Unfortunately, we can't sell beer over the Internet, or the phone for that matter. You'll have to find an establishment that sells our products. It would be nice to eliminate the middle man, but it's legally impossible... To find out where we be, visit our state-of-the-art SipCode Locator.
A ferndock is a piece of fuzz. Krenzling your ferndocks is cleaning the fuzz off your sweater. Or wait, maybe a ferndock is an eyebrow and krenzling happens when you get too close to the wood stove. Actually, I think 'ferndock' refers to Form 1040-EZ and krenzling is the act of mailing it in at exactly 11:59pm on Tuesday April 15th. Or...
YES! Our beers contain no meats or dairy products. Hard to believe with all that taste! Seriously, though, a lot of breweries use isinglass, or fish bladders, to accelerate the clarification of beer. We use a process which eliminates the need to use a clarifying agent.