We stopped at The Lone Wolfe Brewing Company in Wolfeboro, NH on the way down from a visit to North Conway. They are a one man, one barrel nano brewery.
Witbier – 4.3% 19 IBU
Megan really liked this beer. Good spice flavor, light taste, and a tiny bit sweet.
Brown Ale – 5.6% 37 IBU
Pretty light, not much flavor to it.
Oatmeal Stout – 5.6% 30 IBU
Lighter in body than expected, good smell and smooth, good flavor.
Rye IPA – 5.6% 83 IBU
Reddish in color, good smell. Slightly red taste mixed with smooth IPA flavor, not super hoppy, tingled on Megan’s tongue.
It was a friendly environment, and we chatted with other people about breweries and this blog. Since we talked about the blog, they gave us, and everyone there at the time, and extra sample of something special, a Spruce Porter.
Spruce Porter – 12.5%
Blue spruce tips aged on vanilla bean and cinnamon. Has that aged flavor, Mark tasted vanilla bean the most with a hint of cinnamon with a strong smell of spruce tips.
They are planning to release bottled beer soon. The beers that are coming soon are their flagship beers, the ones they plan to bottle. They are just waiting for the labels to be approved. Hopefully we see them in stores soon- can’t wait to try what else they have to offer! Rumor has it… we will see them very soon!
This is the bar and serving area. Everything is made from recycled pallets, except the bar top, which is a cool live edge slab of wood. Even the floor is made from recycled pallets laid out in an interesting, repeating chevron patter. The lights over the bar were cool too.
Even the tables are made from recycled pallets.
This was a great place- the beer was good as well as the atmosphere. It is definitely a place to visit again- especially since we paid them a visit after they were open for just over 6 months! Some breweries don’t seem as well put together when open for this amount of time (or a lot longer), so we wish them the best with their future!
They are located in the Wolfeboro Marketplace. They are in the middle of the Marketplace, back from the main street. You can park out front on 109 or in the parking lot out back off of Mill Street.
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