Woodstock Inn and Brewery

Mark and I have been to the Woodstock Inn and Brewery a few times, most recently being this past summer (of 2012).


The Woodstock Inn and Brewery is located in North Woodstock, NH. We have been there both in the Winter and the Summer. My first time there was during the winter. We had dinner there (delicious) as well as a Brew Sampler each. Their Brew Samplers are beer flights. You pick 4 of their beers that you want to try, and receive 5 oz of each. This was a few years ago, so I am uncertain as to which ones I had tried, but I remember enjoying their Old Man Oatmeal Stout.

Last spring I went to a Beer Tasting in Plymouth, MA (with my awesome parents) and Woodstock Inn and Brewery were there. There we had our first opportunity to try the White Mountain Raspberry Weasel Wheat. Great combination of a fruity wheat beer. Not too sweet and quite enjoyable on a warm day.

This past summer, while in North Woodstock, we stopped by the Brewery again. We were pleasantly surprised by the expansions they had completed on the building. There is now an expansive outdoor bar (DAM bar), and two other bars. The DAM Bar uses beaver trees as roof supports and other salvaged wood for the rest of the area. Gives it a great feel (that’s where we most recently sat). They also have a Brew Pub, which is styled after a traditional English Pub and a Main Bar. While on this visit, I enjoyed their Pig’s Ear Brown Ale- which is well worth the drive.

Pigs Ear Brown Ale“Pigs Ear Brown Ale won Grand National Champion for brown ales at the United States Beer Tasting Championships in 2004 and 2006. Medium bodied with a balance of roasted and crystal malts creating a hearty nutty flavor. Medium bitterness with a slightly sweet finish.
O.G. 1.054 / 25 IBUs / 4.3% abv”

Good to know:

  • All bars offer ½ price apps and discount pints daily from 3-5pm.
  •  Free brewery tours are offered daily at noon

555348_690427805303_580992622_n Mark, enjoying a cold one at the DAM BAR, growler ready to bring home

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