Powder Keg Beer and Chili Festival, Exeter NH

100_0876This weekend, Mark and I went to the Powder Keg Beer and Chili Festival, located in Exeter NH. Outside the festival, was a small fall festival with a lot of children’s activities. It was nice to walk through to get to the Powder Keg.  Before entering the Powder Keg, we had our IDs checked, and received an “over 21” wristband. We were also given a map and list of what breweries were there. We then had our tickets ripped and entered. We were told to hang on to our tickets so we could come and go as we pleased. After we walked through the gate, we realized that we hadn’t been given glasses or tickets and realized the table to pick them up was to our right. We both received our glasses from a volunteer and started to walk away. We hadn’t walked too far when I realized my glass didn’t have tickets in it, but Mark’s did. I went back to the table, and at first they were uncertain what to do, but trusted that I was not given tickets and I received them. Thank goodness! We received 8 beer tickets and 5 food/chili tickets to start with; more were available for purchase.

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The beer notes will not be very detailed, as most are places we will go to or have gone to already.

The beers we tried:

Angry Orchard, Boston Beer Company

  • Cinnful- Good flavor, 1st sip reminded me of redhots. Tart apples and cinnamon, good combo

Tuckerman Brewing Company, Conway NH

  • ALTitude- a double bock. Mark thought it was “pretty good.” I agreed

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  • Sweet Action- A hopy cream ale.  Mark tried and enjoyed!
  • The Crisp- I tried, good!

Great Rhythm Brewing Company, Portsmouth

  • We were in line to try their beer, but noticed that they only had a pale ale (which I am not a huge fan of the style typically)

North Coast Brewing Company, Ft Bragg California

  • Le Merle- a Saison Belgian style Farmhouse Ale. Really good! Would be a drink I could have if I was going to sit back and enjoy one.
  • Pranqster- Belgian style unfiltered golden ale. Mark enjoyed

Prodigal Brewery, Effingham NH

  • Effinghamburgherbrau- a German lager. Mark liked, said it was very smooth. I didn’t like it- 1st sip nope! 2nd sip- not cold enough.

Berkshire Brewing Company,  South Deefield MA

  • Steel Rail Extra Pale Ale, a good light (Mark had)
  • Drayman’s Porter, yum good porter! Nice coffee notes.

Woodchuck

  • Woodchuck Pumpkin- not amazing, but definitely drinkable. Started to really enjoy it ½ way through
  • Woodchuck Dry Hop Cellar Series- hops infused cider. Tastes like a beer-cider combo. Not bad.
  • ******Woodchuck’s tasting room is scheduled to open in May!!!!

Earth Eagle Brewings

  • Puca- curry, pumpkin porter. Nice flavor. Curry adds something different to it. Mark said it was a heavier pumpkin than we are used to- really good, a different flavor.
  • We were able to catch up with Butch, one of the brewers while we were there

Lagunitas, California

  • Little sumpin sumpin- Mark had, thought it would be more like a pale ale but it was more like an IPA

603 Brewery, Campton (soon to be Londonderry)

  • 18 Mile Ale- a rye. good balanced beer
  • 19th State- a red IPA.  Mark tried. When I asked him how it was, he said “I don’t know. Gone?!”

Woodstock Inn Brewery, North Woodstock, NH

  • Autumn Ale- Really really good! Different, nice spices. Mark said it reminded him of an Oktoberfest, only because he has nothing else to compare it to.

Uinta Brewing, Utah

  • Pumk’n Harvest- typical pumpkin beer

 

The Chili we tried:

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  • Good amount of meat, not too spicy but a nice after spice. Mark- not anything crazy, a classic chili. Well balanced

Fast Eddies, Hampton NH

  • Good amount of meat. Good flavor, but either too watery or too oily, hard to tell

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  • Good! Best so far! They add chips to the cup. Chili is a regular menu item. Option to add cheese, sour cream and other options. Spicy!

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  • Topped with smoked cheddar. Nice smoked, almost BBQ flavor. It had a wicked spice to it, more of an after burn. After burn was ok because it meant they didn’t just add hot sauce to it, but a little too spicy for me! Needed some chips to eat it with or more cheese. Mark said it seemed almost pureed, it wasn’t chunky like many others. Most flavorful. If it was slightly less spicy it would be the best one yet!

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  • Hatch Green Chili- more of a stew. Made in a traditional New Mexico style, with chili’s directly from New Mexico. Even had potatoes in it! Same type of spices, but different style. Really good!

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  • Mark tried, he enjoyed it. Good consistency. Good be a bit spicier, but it was also at the end of the day

McKinnon’s making their chili (Portsmouth)

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By 3pm, at least two of the vendors were out of chili. At least 2 vendors were out of beer. At 3:20, almost all of the vendors were out of chili. Point? Come early! It is a short day, only from 12-4, but you need to arrive early to enjoy all of the chili.

This is an event to go to. Just plan on eating your chili early!

 

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Powder Keg this weekend!

Although I have looked at the beer/brewery page for the Exeter Powder Keg Beer & Chili festival before, I just took another glance and am very excited to try some new beers! The event is this weekend, from 12-4pm, Swasey Parkway, Exeter, NH. View the beer list here or read on!

A sampling of what I saw on the website:

Blue Hill Brewery

Blue Hills Brewery

India Pale Ale

6.6% ABV

Black Hops

6.75% ABV

Comet Tail Pale Ale

5.4% ABV

Watermelon Wheat

4.8% ABV

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Henniker Brewing

Amber Apparition

5.2% ABV

Hop Slinger IPA

6.5% ABV

Whipple’s Wheat

4.8% ABV

Working Man’s Porter

6% ABV

Wells & Young

Wells & Young’s Brewery

Young’s Double Chocolate Stout

5.20% ABV

Well’s Banana Bread Beer

5.2% ABV

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St. Ambroise

St. Ambroise Apricot Wheat

5% ABV

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Green Goblin Cider

Green Goblin Cider

6.0% ABV

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Xingu Beer

Gold Beer

4.7% ABV

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Wychwood Brewery

Hobgoblin Dark English Ale

4.9% ABV

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Rince Cochon

Belgian Blonde

8.5% ABV

Angry Orchard

Angry Orchard Hard Cider

Crisp Apple

5% ABV

Cinnful Cider

5% ABV

Apple Ginger

5% ABV

Green Apple

5% ABV

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Omission Beer

Omission Lager

4.6% ABV

Omission Pale Ale

5.8% ABV

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Gritty McDuff’s

Halloween Ale

6.0% ABV

Best Bitter

5.0% ABV

Black Fly Stout

4.1% ABV

Maine’s Best IPA

6.8% ABV

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Sebago Brewing Co.

Fryes Leap IPA

6.0% ABV

Bonfire Rye

5.7% ABV

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Founders Brewing Co.

All Day IPA

4.7% ABV

Centennial IPA

7.2% ABV

Founders Porter

6.5% ABV

Red’s Rye IPA

6.6% ABV

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Redhook Brewery

Redhook Pumpkin Porter

5.8% ABV

Redhook Longhammer IPA

6.2% ABV

Redhook Audible

4.7% ABV

603 Brewery

603 Brewery

Winni Ale

6.5 %ABV

18 Mile Ale

5.4 %ABV

9th State Red IPA

7.1 %ABV

Cogway IPA

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Vermont Hard Cider Company

Woodchuck Hard Cider Amber

5% ABV

Woodchuck Hard Cider Limited Release Fall

5% ABV

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Rising Tide Brewery

Daymark

5.5% ABV

Ishmael

4.9%

Calcutta Cutter

9.1% ABV

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Uinta Brewing

Hopnotch IPA

7.3 ABV

BABA Black Lager

4.5% ABV

WYLD Pale Ale

4.0% ABV

Punk’n Harvest Pumpkin Ale

4.0% ABV

Wachusett

Wachusett Brewing Company

Blueberry Ale

4.5% ABV

Green Monsta IPA

6.1% ABV

Widmer Brothers

Widmer Brothers Brewing

Hopside Down IPL

6.7% ABV

Okto Festival Ale

5.3% ABV

Alchemy Ale

5.8% ABV

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Kona Brewing Company

Longboard Lager

4.6% ABV

Big Wave Ale

4.4% ABV

Pipeline Porter

5.4% ABV

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North Coast Brewing Co.

Pranqster

7.6% ABV

Le Merle

7.9% ABV

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Goose Island Beer Co.

Goose Island Harvest Ale

5.7% ABV

Goose Island Sofie

6.5% ABV

Goose Island Matilda

7% ABV

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Brewery Ommegang

Scythe&Sickle

5.8% ABV

Hennepin

7.7% ABV

Oskar Blues

Oskar Blues

Dale’s Pale Ale

6.5%ABV

Mama’s Little Yella

5.3%ABV

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The Holy Grail Restaurant and Pub

Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale

4.70% ABV

Fatty Bampkins

Fatty Bampkins

Fatty Bampkins Original

4.5% ABV

Fatty Bampkins Dry

6.8% ABV

unibroue

Unibroue Brewery

La Fin du Monde

9% ABV

Ephemere Cherry

5.5% ABV

Grande Reserve 17

10% ABV

Prodigal Brewery

The Prodigal Brewery at Misty Mountain Farm

Effinghamburgherbrau Lager

5.2% ABV

Sacopee Pils

5.4% ABV

Curse of the Rye Wolf

5.3% ABV

Blue Point Brewery

Blue Point Brewing Company

Toasted Lager

5.5% ABV

Hoptical Illusion

6.8% ABV

Pale Ale

5% ABV

Blueberry Ale

4.5% ABV

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Firestone Walker Brewing Company

Union Jack

7.5%ABV

Wookey Jack

8.3%ABV

Green Flash

Green Flash Brewery

West Coast IPA

7.3% ABV

Double Stout

8.8% ABV

mayflower

Mayflower Brewing Company

Pale Ale

5.1% ABV

IPA

6.1% ABV

Porter

5.2% ABV

Autumn Wheat

5.8% ABV

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Magic Hat

#9-Not quite Pale Ale

5.1% ABV

Seance-Dark Saison

4.4% ABV

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Berkshire Brewing Company

Steel Rail Extra Pale Ale

5.5% ABV

Berkshire Traditional Pale Ale

6.5% ABV

Drayman’s Porter

6.5% ABV

Lost Sailor IPA

6.5% ABV

Six Point

Six Point Brewery

Righteous Rye                6.3% ABV

Resin                              9.1% ABV

Sweet Addiction              5.2% ABV

Crisp Pils                        5.2% ABV

Crazy Mountain

Crazy Mountain Brewing Company

Crazy Mountain Amber Ale           5.25% ABV

Mountain Livin’ Pale Ale                5.7% ABV

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Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Lager

5.2% ABV

Brooklyn Scorcher Ale

4.5% ABV

Brooklyn Oktoberfest

5.5% ABV

Brooklyn Sorachi Ace

7.6% ABV

Earth Eagle Brew

Earth Eagle Brewings

Puca (Curry Pumpkin Porter)

6.3% ABV

Gruit Beer (to be announced)

5.6% ABV

Yankee Bad Ass IPA

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Woodstock Inn Brewery

Pigs Ear Brown Ale     4.3%ABV

Pemi Pale Ale             5.7%ABV

Autumn Brew Ale       4.4%ABV

4000 Footer IPA       6.5%ABV

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Tuckerman Brewing Co.

Tuckerman Pale Ale

5.5% ABV

Tuckerman Headwall Alt

4.75% ABV

Tuckerman ALTitude

7.3% abv

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Throwback Brewery

Spicy Bohemian

4.9% ABV

Hog Happy Hefeweizen

4.8% ABV

Campfire Smoked Porter

6.4% ABV

House of Shandy

The Traveler Beer Co.

Curious Traveler

4.4% ABV

Jack-O-Traveler

4.4% ABV

Time Traveler

4.4% ABV

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Smuttynose Brewing Co.

Finestkind IPA

6.9% ABV

Pumpkin Ale

5.84% ABV

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Shipyard Brewing Co.

Smashed Pumpkin

9% ABV

Pumpkinhead

4.7% ABV

Monkey Fist IPA

6.9% ABV

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Long Trail Brewing Co.

Black Rye IPA

6.0% ABV

Blackbeary Wheat

4.0% ABV

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Samuel Adams

Octoberfest

5.3% ABV

Harvest Pumpkin

5.7% ABV

Black Lager

4.9% ABV

Hazel Brown

5.2% ABV

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Peak Organic Brewing Company

Peak Fresh Cut Pilsner

4.7% ABV

Peak Fall Summit

5.7% ABV

Peak Pom Wheat

5.9% ABV

Peak Espresso Amber Ale

7% ABV

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Narragansett Beer

Narragansett Fest

5.5% ABV

Narragansett Lager

5.0% ABV

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Milly’s Tavern

Imperial IPA

7.2% ABV

Pumpkin

5.0%ABV

Bo’s Scotch Ale

9.5% ABV

Oatmeal Stout

4.9%ABV

lagunitas

Lagunitas Brewing Company

Little Sumpin Sumpin Ale

7.5% AbV

IPA

6.2% ABV

Harpoon-Brewery

Harpoon Brewery

Octoberfest

5.3%ABV

UFO Pumpkin

5.9% ABV

Great Rhythm Brewing Company

Great Rhythm Brewing Co.

Resonation Pale Ale

5.2% ABV

Blue Lobster

Blue Lobster Brewing Company

Red Door-Painted Black

7.0%ABV

Town Called Earth Exeter Edition

8.3%ABV

Lunatique Homard

8.4%ABV

Feeling thirsty and want to join the festivities? Buy tickets here!  I am very excited to try some of the beers that I have seen or heard of, but haven’t tried, as well as beers that are new to me!

Each full ticket includes a Exeter Powder Keg Beer & Chili Fest souvenir tasting glass, 8 beer sample tickets, 5 chili sample tickets and live entertainment

Full Ticket $35.00

Designated Driver Ticket $12.00

Youth Ticket $12.00

Blue Lobster Brewing Company, Hampton NH

picstitch (21)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:

Thu: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Fri: 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Sat: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

One of their tricks is to fill growlers with CO2 prior to filling with beer to help keep the beer fresher.

picstitch (23)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.

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the taps

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Our Tasting:

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Gold Claw: a pale ale. I am not a huge pale ale fan in general. Sweet pine and fruit, but not enough for me. Mark felt it was a hoppy pale ale and enjoyed it.  4.5%

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%

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Ragged Neck Rye: a porter. A slightly smokey flavor, although stronger than the cocoa flavor. Good flavor all together, nice and rich. 7.4%

picstitch (26)If you order a flight, you receive it on a nice lazy susan!

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Cheers!

Earth Eagle Brewings

picstitch (18)Mark and I visited Earth Eagle Brewings, located in Portsmouth NH as part of the Granite State Growler Tour (see here for our post on the tour as a whole!).

When we walked into Earth Eagle Brewings, we were greeted by Butch, one of two brewers. picstitch (14) He walked us through A&G Homebrew Supply, which provides supplies for local home brewers. In A&G, the four main ingredients to make beer were gone over- water, grain, hops and yeast. We were each able to feel, smell and taste some malted barley.picstitch (13)Hops help to change the flavor of the beer, making it taste fruity or nutty. Yeast is added, and produces alcohol.

Process: In the one barrel brewery, the beer moves from the hot liquor tank to the mash tank. The sugars are pulled out, and the liquid goes to the boil kettle. The left over spent grain then goes to a farm in Berwick, Maine. The liquid is then cooled from 212 degrees Fahrenheit to 65-70 degrees via a plate chiller. The beer then enters a fermentation room, moves to the refrigerator and then to the tap to be enjoyed.

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Butch explained that Earth Eagle is a one barrel brewery, and the beers are always changing. Earth Eagle Brewings produces empyreal ales made with hops (beer) and un-hopped ales called gruit. Gruits are ales made with herbs, a more traditional style before the use of hops.  Occasionally, they will add herbs to their beer, and hops to their gruits. They try to use fresh, local products when available.

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Following our tour, we enjoyed a tasting. During open hours, anyone can go in and have/buy a 4oz sample, a 32 oz growler or a 64 oz growler.

Our tastings:

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Sage Goose: immediate smell of sage. Smooth herbal sage and gooseberries. No hops. 4.7% ABV. We bought a growler!

Sol Sister: had a familiar flavor, almost of clove. Sweet, woodruff fern, eleuthero root. 5.6% ABV.

Purl the Elder: different flavor. Elder flower and ground ivy. Nice balance and flavor. 6.3% ABV

Diurnal Hoppy Blonde: Hoppy with a smooth finish. Most similiar to other beers, still different but not as different as others. 4.2% ABV

Fur Trapper: My immediate thought- I like this. Oh, it’s a dubbel, no wonder!  Belgian dubbel big bear. Each barrel contained 10 pounds of Belgian candied sugar! 7.1% ABV

Jack Wagon: Spicy nose. Double IPA. Typical, but good. Big Beer, 8.1% ABV

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We didn’t try a beer or gruit here that we didn’t like! One of the great things about us taking home a growler is that we have to go back soon to get a refill and try something new!

Want to visit Earth Eagle Brewings? They are open 7 days a week- Monday-Friday: 4pm-9pm. Saturday: 3pm-9pm and Sunday: 1pm-4pm. Great hours that allow those that work to visit while not on vacation. They are great with posting what is on tap on their facebook page, so check it out if you are curious before you go.

 

Granite State Growler Tours, LLC

Mark and I recently went on a Granite State Growler Tour.

picstitchGreta the Growler Getta, aka the tour bus

The tour currently leaves from Hampton, NH. Once you step on board “Greta the Growler Getta,” you are brought to 2-3 different breweries as well as a distillery and a great craft beer store. You are provided with fun facts about the Seacoast New Hampshire area, a delicious homemade pretzel, a cooler full of water, and a cooler to hold any growlers you may purchase along the way. Why pay to do a Granite State Growler Tour? How else can you visit multiple breweries and/or distilleries in the same day (without having a DD),  get some great discounts (more on that later), learn some fun facts about the history of beer in New Hampshire, and maybe make some new friends.  You also are able to interact with many of the brewers, and get special attention from them due to the tour occurring when most of the breweries are closed to the public.  Depending on what they are working on, you also might have the option to try something new, that is still in the works or not bottled yet for public consumption. It was great to have a basically care free day, with the ability to make many visits without having to worry about one of us driving.

We went on the “Sunday Driver” tour, which consisted of visits to: Earth Eagle Brewings (Portsmouth NH), Sea Hagg Distillery (Hampton NH), Top Shelf Brews (Hampton NH) and Blue Lobster Brewing Company (Hampton NH).  When we climbed onto the bus, we filled out waivers, and were given “Tasting Notes” (to keep track of any notable beers- see below),picstitch (4)

star stickers (to label growlers), a coupon to use on a future visit to Top Shelf Brews, and a homemade pretzel (made with Blue Lobster- Excess Is Not Rebellion IPA). We were also notified that if we went to Community Oven (also in Hampton, where the tour begins and ends), we could purchase a 20oz beer for the price of a 16oz beer after the tour. The tour started with introductions- we found out that David (owner and driver) and Mark (partner and tour guide) have known each other since third grade!

picstitch (1)yummy, homemade pretzel!

Oh! I almost forgot- you also receive a name tag at the beginning of the tour, to not only make sure you stay with the group, but to guarantee any of the stops know you are with the tour for any additional discounts, or special access.

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Mark, the tour guide, really knows his history. He told us a lot of great information about the area, both beer history and otherwise. Although Mark (the boyfriend and co-author of this blog) and I did not know a lot of the area’s history prior to, we also feel that those familiar with the area will enjoy it as well- I shared some of the stories with co-workers and they hadn’t heard the stories before.

Did you know that Portsmouth is the third oldest establishment in the United States (after Jamestown and Plymouth of course!). Things were different in Portsmouth from the beginning, as they came to reap the benefits of the new world, and immediately began to brew beer from their surroundings. Spruce tips, strawberries and apples were all used to make beer, basically whatever they could get their hands on. Settled in 1630, in 1642 a tavern was established. Portsmouth was allowed to have 6 taverns, although most towns were strictly limited to 2.  Only upstanding individuals were allowed to operate taverns, and they had to pledge to not serve to Native Americans or slaves. I would love to share some more of their stories now- but I want you to have something other than delicious beer and rum to look forward to! picstitch (12)

Mark, our tour guide

The stops we made:

Earth Eagle Brewings: Located in Portsmouth, NH, also runs a home brewing store (A&G Homebrew Supply), which we had a tour of and received some great information about the brewing process in. They operate a one barrel brewery, so the beers are always changing and never quite the same. They make a type of beer I was not familiar with until now, gruits, which is beer made without hops.  See my post about Earth Eagle Brewings here!

Sea Hagg Distillery: Located in Hampton, NH creates true, colonial style rum.  It was started by a couple who thought of the idea while on vacation in the Caribbean. Rum is a true New Hampshire item, as it was written in every town budget in the 17th and 18th century. See my post about Sea Hagg Distillery here!

Top Shelf Brews: Located in Hampton, NH is a craft brew store. One of their biggest draws is that they do mixed six-packs. Mark and I bought a mixed four-pack, of four beers and ciders we hadn’t tried before but looked interesting. Great store to go to find a new craft beer, or that hard to find beer.

Blue Lobster Brewing Company: also located in Hampton, NH was started as a retirement hobby and turned into a retirement job.  They feature small batch specialty brews. See more in my post about Blue Lobster Brewing Company here!

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One of the great things about Granite State Growler Tour is that they are willing to go the extra mile, and do private events of any location. Both David and Mark are interested in beer, and like making new connections as well as (on their own time) trying new beer. Who knows? Maybe we will join them on a future tour, elsewhere. to cross other breweries or wineries off our list!

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Mark and I purchased glasses at each stop, as well as a glass koosie at Sea Hagg.

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I also won a glass on the tour!picstitch (5)

We also went home with a growler of Sage Goose from Earth Eagle Brewings. Thank you to Granite State Growler Tours for keeping it cold for us in the cooler while we enjoyed the rest of the tour!

picstitch (3)The sticker on the Sage Goose top is the star sticker we were given at the beginning of the tour- so we could mark the growlers we took home.

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Another great thing, is that the tour begins and ends outside of the Community Oven, located in Hampton NH. The Community Oven will hold a table for any in the tour that would like to continue drinking or want something to eat after the tour. David happened to have a coupon for a pizza, so Mark and I couldn’t argue about it- we had to try out The Community Oven!

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picstitch (11)Their extensive beer list!

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picstitch (7)Our yummy, free pizza!!

picstitch (9)Delicious, dry rub wings!

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Want to go on a Granite State Growler Tour?

Saturday Beer Run

Begins at 11:00am and returns around 4pm.

Stops include:

Sea Hagg Distillery

Throwback Brewery

Blue Lobster Brewing

Earth Eagle Brewings

Venues and times are subject to change even during the tour

Sunday Driver

Begins at 11:30am and returns around 3pm.

Stops include:

Earth Eagle Brewings

Blue Lobster Brewing

Sea Hagg Distillery

Venues and times are subject to change even during the tour

Go here to register for a tour!