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Woodstock Inn Brewery products are sold in retail locations throughout five New England states including Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. How do we run the inn, brewery and restaurant - AND sell beer in five states?
Introducing the Woodstock Sales Team!
Our Live Free or Die Black IPA is a mysteriously delicious American black IPA powered by a pale and midnight wheat grain bill. It has a satisfying big IPA bitterness while also providing an exciting blend of flavor and aroma. Deep and dark, it features a medium, smooth body that goes down easy and isn’t too filling. Aroma and taste bring out coffee, malts, grass and hops. It’s a beer that pairs well with spicy BBQ and sharp cheeses.
So you’ve made your reservations and you’ve booked your ski or snowboard getaway. If you’re not a ski-trip pro, getting ready for the trip can be overwhelming. Cold weather means heavy, bulky items – and plenty of them! If you’re not renting at your destination, you’ve got transporting ski equipment to think about. And do you really need that extra item, or can you get by without it and simplify your packing?
Our Southern New England Sales Manager, Erin Marley swears by a beer brine for Turkey. She’s a giant fan of brining turkey and asked our kitchen to weigh-in on why it's soooo good. The consensus is that you can impart whatever flavor you would like while keeping the moisture in the bird.” Using beer can add flavor and/or floral characteristics plus it’s great as a tenderizing marinade. Check-out the recipe and let us know how it goes!
The definition of après ski is, according to the Oxford Dictionary, “The social activities and entertainment following a day's skiing,” which makes sense since the origin of the phrase is French and literally means “after skiing.”
The Games are a unique celebration of the competitive traditions of the Scottish Highlands. Set against scenic Loon Mountain in Lincoln, the New Hampshire event is one of the largest Scottish festivals in the country.