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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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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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White Birch Brewing

Bill Herlicka, White Birch Brewing’s founder, might have logged our longest interview yet. We’d heard Bill a while back on the Tap Handle Show podcast and knew we wanted to talk to him— and talk to him we did. Bill first ventured off the light lager path in college with Guinness, then picked up a […]
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Canterbury Aleworks

You wouldn’t expect a one barrel brewery to have eight beers on tap, but you wouldn’t expect an English pub-style tap room in the woods of Canterbury, NH, either. But Steve Allman isn’t about the expected. Canterbury Aleworks is on Allman’s farm, in a structure he initially built as a wood shop. The brewery is wood-fired […]
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The Tap Handle Show

Word of mouth works. We visited Tom Albright of Out.Haus Ales in Northwood, NH in February. Shortly after that, Tom was on the Tap Handle Show podcast and told them about us and Brew Hampshire. And yesterday we recorded an episode of the Tap Handle Show with hosts Tim Roberts and Michael Hauptly-Pierce. The Tap Handle Show […]
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603 Brewery

What could be more New Hampshire than the 603 Brewery? It started with Dan Leonard’s home brew recipes in college and grew from there. He and his friends and fellow engineering grads, Geoff and Tamsin Hewes, opened the brewery in 2012 and they’ve been going strong since. As the 603 Brewery, they wanted to serve […]
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Able Ebenezer Brewing Company

We first met Carl, Mike and Zack back in early January. It was an unseasonably warm winter day and they were doing one last home brew batch in their garage in Auburn, NH. A few weeks later, we went to their Merrimack, NH location to film their stakeholders’ tasting. At that point, the future home […]