Trade: Boozy jammers
Locale: Stowe, Vermont
“These are no ordinary jellies and jams. They are made with beer and taste like beer! Both versatile and gourmet, our products pair with cheeses, meats or pastries.”
Nancy and Walter (affectionately referred to as TDH—that’s Tall, Dark & Handsome to you) quit their ever-interesting careers in archeology to relocate to Vermont for THD to attend law school. Finding her “food-loving self” smack dab in the middle of a bountiful food culture where people believed in the local thing, Nancy began canning like her life depended on it in a tiny schoolhouse on a cozy half-acre. Midnight sessions were a regular thing. After a year of compulsive jamming in the land of craft beer, cheese and Subarus, she wondered why she couldn’t adapt a wine jelly recipe to work with the plethora of local brews. Sourcing from places like Harpoon, Long Trail and Otter Creek, she hit on a winning beer jelly recipe—and the rest is history. Phew, we are so
glad there aren’t many archeology jobs in Vermont.
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