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.
Steven Daniel, Wait Staff and Weddings
An employee since December 2016, you can find Steven staying active in his free time - whether swimming, finding new watering holes in the summer, or hiking with his dog Roman whenever he gets the chance.
Only a few years after adding a solar hot water installation, the Woodstock Inn Brewery is taking a new step in going green. This month, the brewery teamed up with Australian eco-innovator BioGill to test out two wastewater bioreactors.
Summer is winding down and fall is right around the corner! What are you looking forward to the most as Autumn approaches? Football, Crockpot cooking, hiking in the Whites? All great choices! But for us, Autumn Ale Brew is #1!
Daniel Moody, cellarman
Daniel, who’s from North Conway, spent two years traveling the US in his van before moving to Plymouth. Soon, he met Brewer Frank Heidenreich and the staff at The Woodstock Brewery and the rest, as they say, is history.
As part of his job as cellarman, Daniel takes the finished fermented beer and transfers it to be conditioned, filtered and carbonated; and he managed 14 taps, ensuring the beer is always flowing! Based on what he’s learned at the brewery, he created our new, brewery-only Cascade Park IPA.
You might see Daniel, who has also been a home brewer since 2013, on a tour of the brewery.
“My favorite part about brew tours is bringing people together and educating groups of strangers with enthusiasm and an engaging presentation, he says. “The prize at the end is seeing how we all connect and sharing stories by the end of the tour.”
Favorite Beer: Nitro stout and Falling Waters Double IPA
Favorite Beer/Food Pairing: Stout with French onion soup. Double IPA really compliments grilled chicken Caesar salad, he says.
When he’s not brewing, Daniel, 28, skis Loon and Cannon mountains, cross-country skis, and mountain bikes. He has two dogs – a husky and northwest farm terrier.
Interested in touring our brewery? Book a tour!
It seems like summer’s going fast, but there’s still plenty of time for a fun-filled White Mountains adventure here at the Woodstock Inn & Brewery in August! If you like outdoor adventure we have a bunch of special packages for you to choose from:
Arthur Chase, Brewery Rep
Arthur Chase started on the Brewery Sales team a just over two months ago, working the New Hampshire market with Garrett Smith.
Have you ever watched someone at a wine tasting? They stick their nose in the glass, put the glass up to the light, swirl the wine, taste, roll the wine around in their mouth, then proclaim it perfect or not. We’d like to tell you tasting beer – truly tasting beer – is a much shorter, less elaborate process, but it’s not. And that’s not a bad thing: Taking the time to experience and savor a craft brew is quite satisfying – and it will make you appreciate what you’re drinking so much more. As with wine, you can’t take a swig of beer and make an informed decision on it other to say “yea” or “nay,” especially if you’re tasting a fine, hand-crafted beer, carefully brewed, with subtle flavors. In that case, here’s how to taste beer properly (and impress your friends in the process):