Blue Lobster is CLOSED: When we entered the Blue Lobster Brewing Company (as part of the Granite State Growler Tour), we felt that it was a larger brewery than Earth Eagle Brewings, and that it felt more established. The tasting room is large, and unlike any that we have visited before. The tasting room had a feel of a restaurant/bar with the way it was set up, high top tables and a nice, long blue bar.
The Blue Lobster Brewery opened in November 2012, by Michael and Roberta. They are currently open:
One of their tricks is to fill growlers with CO2 prior to filling with beer to help keep the beer fresher.
We were able to have a sneak peek at the brewery, which felt large compared to what else we had seen that day. After, we took seats at the bar for our tasting.
Stalkholm Syndrome: a wheat pale ale, their interpretation of a wheat IPA. Pine, melon and orange. Had an unusual heaviness to it. 5.7%
Ω Sweet Ω: a kolsch. I enjoyed this one a lot, definitely a favorite here. Light and citrus. 4.4%
Red Door (Paint it Black): American Black Ale. first sip was delicious, after pretty good. Mark agreed, although he wasn’t a huge fan. 7%
Excess is not Rebellion: what our pretzels were made with! Imperial IPA with notes of citrus 7.8%
Ragged Neck Rye: a porter. A slightly smokey flavor, although stronger than the cocoa flavor. Good flavor all together, nice and rich. 7.4%