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Stoneface Brewing Co.

In late January we visited Stoneface Brewing Company in Newington to talk to brewer Pete Beauregard about the company’s New Hampshire roots, their popular IPA, and their clever logo. Guinness the dog showed us a few tricks and co-founder Errol sent us home with a growler of very fresh IPA.
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Granite State Growler Tours

If you live on the seacoast, you may have seen Greta the Growler Getta making her rounds on the weekends. The Granite State Growler Tours, started by childhood friends David and Mark, operate Friday through Sunday and have no shortage of places to stop in the greater seacoast area (including southern Maine). We hopped on […]
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Able Ebenezer: 1 Year Later

It’s been a year since we first met Carl and Mike from the Able Ebenezer Brewing Company. Last January we drove to Carl’s log cabin in Auburn, NH to watch them brew their last five-gallon batch in the garage before moving into their facility in Merrimack, NH. Six months after that, we saw that facility […]
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Lithermans’ Limited

Back in April, we were guests on The Tap Handle Show podcast and interviewed the two hosts, Tim Roberts and Michael Hauptly-Pierce. When we told Michael that not only had we never home brewed, but we’d never even seen anyone do it, we got a standing invitation to join him and his buddy, ‘Doc Jones’, […]
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Bert’s Better Beers

We met Bert Bingel recently at the SNOB Film Festival in Concord, clad in a kilt with an ‘IPA’ belt buckle. We went to his store, Bert’s Better Beers in Hooksett, NH on December 1st to interview him about all things beer in New Hampshire.
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Sean Jansen

We’ve been working hard at transcribing our 30+ interviews, re-watching them, and selecting the best bites we can find to help tell the story of craft beer in New Hampshire! But we also have had some production days in the past couple of months that we haven’t had time to update about. Late October, we […]
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Cask and Vine

A few months ago, when we were in Derry, NH interviewing Eric and Paul at Kelsen Brewing Company, we stopped at Cask and Vine for a late lunch on our way out of town. We’d heard a lot of great things about it (Paul’s recommendation being the latest) and figured it was about time we […]
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Able Ebenezer Opening Day

On June 14th, 2014 — Flag Day and the 239th birthday of the United States Army — Able Ebenezer Brewing Company opened their doors. Carl Soderberg, Zach Rand and Mike Frizzelle, all former Army officers, and their fourth partner, Jim Wilson, welcomed New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and members of the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce […]
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Kelsen Brewery

A few days ago we visited Kelsen Brewery based out of Derry, New Hampshire. Paul and Erik are the sole owners and operators, who recently launched the brewery back in March of 2014. Paul just went full-time last week, which is a similar story we’ve heard from a lot of other great breweries in this […]
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Henniker Brewing Company

Henniker Brewing Company boasts of being located in the only Henniker on Earth. The brewery is located in the former home of owner David Currier’s medical supply warehouse, which has now been repurposed into a beer manufacturing facility. That may sound like a large operation, but Henniker Brewing Company is just five people. Head brewer […]