New Hampshire Restaurant Week begins Friday and our Kanc Country Maple Porter is the official beer for the event! The brew was canned this week and we’ll bring it out in 16-oz, 4-pack cans for the first time ever in coming days.
In the beer world having your spring seasonal come out in March is really late, but March is maple season and what better time is there to release this porter made with real NH maple syrup from Fadden's Maple Sugarhouse?
Some facts about New Hampshire maple syrup industry from the Maple Experience at the Rocks Estate in Bethlehem:
- Maple sugaring time in New Hampshire runs from mid-February to mid-April.
- Each year, the New Hampshire maple industry produces close to 90,000 gallons of maple syrup.
- Freezing nights and warm sunny days create the pressure needed for a good sap harvest.
- It takes approximately 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of pure maple syrup.
Kanc Country Maple Porter is a dark, full-bodied porter brewed with maple syrup. Its black patent malt character shows through in the beginning and ends with a silky smooth finish. The brew’s OG is 1.069, and is 6.0% alcohol by volume (abv).
There’s only one weekend left for our Maple Sugaring Weekends here at the Inn. Get two nights lodging, dinner one night in the Woodstock Station, and admission to the Maple Experience at the Rocks Estate starting at just $172 per person, double occupancy. Book today – the season’s almost over!