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Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery is one of New Hampshire’s most visited country inns. The Inn’s gracious and relaxed setting centers around 40 guest rooms in six buildings. Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery serves up some of the best dining in the area. From homemade sticky buns and breakfast, to a casual lunch either inside or outside on the delightful patio, to a choice of relaxed dining, we make it easy to gear up for or wind down from a day enjoying the many activities in the White Mountains!
135 Main Street
We are a bar that serves craft beer, cider, and mead along with a fun little menu. Area 23 features 5 dart boards, a pool table, Touchtunes jukebox, and one TV. We aren’t the kind of place that covers you up with screens and mass media, more the kind of place where you can actually have a conversation and play some games. Our taps rotate aggressively to give you fresh beverages and fresh choices.
254 North State Street
At Kelsen Brewing, we brew beer that we like to drink and that craft beer enthusiasts are searching for. If you don’t like full-flavored beers or beers with hop aroma that socks you in the nostrils, you probably won’t appreciate what we are brewing. If you appreciate complex malt profiles and unique combinations of hop flavors and aromas, you might want to pick up a bottle of Kelsen and try us out.
80 N High St
Awesomely delicious beer all brewed in the back served in a cozy wood-filled tasting room by a wicked nice proprietor. Lone Wolfe Brewing Company is dedicated to brewing hand-crafted, small batch ales, the brewery features an ever-rotating tap list with samples and growlers for sale in the tasting room. Something good is brewing...
39 Main Street
The 7Barrel offers a variety of finely crafted microbrews, a full bar service, and American-style pub fare. Our draft beer is brewed by our brewmaster and served on-site. The 7Barrel offers a unique variety of pales, lagers, stouts, and wheats with complex and well balanced flavor made from the finest quality grains, malt, hops, and herbs.
5 Airport Rd
The Portsmouth Brewery, New Hampshire’s original brewpub, has been serving great food and outstanding handcrafted beers in a friendly, lively atmosphere since 1991. We've been making award winning beer and fantastic food in the heart of downtown Portsmouth. We take our role as that of a “Public House” very seriously. We strive to be the place where community can come to gather and celebrate.
56 Market Street
Redhook was born out of the energy and spirit of the early 80’s in the heart of Seattle. While the term didn’t exist at the time, Redhook became one of America’s first “craft” breweries. From a modest start in a former transmission shop in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard, to the current breweries in Woodinville, Wash. and Portsmouth, N.H., Redhook has become one of America’s most recognized craft breweries.
1 Redhook Way
At Great Rhythm Brewing Co. we believe in living life to the fullest with great friends, great music, and great craft beer. We are a small craft brewing company based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, dedicated to making flavorful, handcrafted ales, using only the freshest and most natural brewing ingredients from the earth. We hope you enjoy our labor of love and all that we are about.
PO Box 1624
229 Miller Ave Apt 3
A one-barrel brewery located in Northwood, NH. The name came from friends in Massachusetts. Because our house was so far away from everyone we were named the Out.Haus. When I started labeling my homebrew, that was the name I decided to use. Our mission is to To make the best beer I can and share it with the world. "It Doesn't Taste Like It Came From An Out House ..."
442 1st NH Tpke, Suite 2
Being authentic is important to us. Our beers are brewed in a traditional English style using only the highest quality ingredients like English two-row malted barley and British top-fermenting Ringwood yeast. Our English brewing style results in brews with a distinctive, refreshing taste and crisp finish. All our restaurants serve a full menu of handcrafted ales and creative pub fare with a flair.
1976 White Mountain Highway