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 […]
Thanks to our logo designer Troy Mottard, we have a fantastic new logo for our Brew Hampshire documentary! Hopefully we can get these on some t-shirts soon.
Today we interviewed Scott Schaier, executive director of the Beer Distributors of New Hampshire. He talked to us about Brew New Hampshire, a non-profit venture with the Granite State Brewers Association, aimed at generating beer tourism in the state. Scott says part of enjoying craft beer is learning the story behind the beer and the brewers, […]
We were back in Dover today to visit 7th Settlement Brewery, a farm-to-table restaurant and brewpub. We were there in January to interview Michael Snyder, founder of their sister brewery, One Love Brewery. The two breweries have a co-op system, taking turns on the brewing system and keeping a rotation of both brewery’s beers on tap […]
Today we had the privilege of interviewing some of the 7th Settlement team (we missed Dave). Here are some behind the scenes shots of Josh and Nate’s interview.
Brewtopia is a craft beer and home brew supply store in Keene, NH. Owner Zack Cooper and beer reviewer Chris Casey sat down with us for some interviews this afternoon. We’ve heard a lot about how New Hampshire is for breweries, but we hadn’t heard from any beer retailers. We’ve been into Brewtopia plenty of […]
One Love Brewery in Dover, NH is a co-op brewery with 7th Settlement, a farm to table pub. What this means is that they share equipment and take turns brewing. All beer brewed by both breweries are sold entirely in the brewpub, along with a rotating selection of other local beers. Mike of One Love […]
Today we interviewed Tom of Out.Haus Ales, which is a one-barrel, one-man brewery! Located in Northwood, NH, Tom brews, bottles, delivers, and handles all the business by himself. He mentioned that the New Hampshire water that he uses (pumped from the well on his farm) was one of the elements that made his beer taste […]
We’re just starting to transcribe, transcode, import, and start editing our first few breweries for our upcoming feature documentary, “Brew Hampshire.” Here’s a quick look at what our camera file structure looks like…260GB of compressed AVCHD footage (filmed on our FS100)! That also includes our 5DMKIII raw footage, so the number is a little off […]