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New Beer Release: Limited Edition Greeley Double IPA

We've got some special, Limited Edition releases planned for 2017!

The first one we're releasing is Greeley Double IPA. This DIPA is named after Greeley Pond located in New Hampshire's White Mountains. The pond is the most scenic areas along The Greeley Ponds Trail.

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We need your help designing our next Red Rack Ale Logo!

We’ve hit a wall and we need your help!

We’re hoping to design a new logo for Red Rack Ale.  We’ve seen a lot of awesome concepts but nothing that really stands out for us.

We’re hoping to hear from some longtime customers and Red Rack fans. We’re looking for something simpler and cleaner.

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Woodstock Inn Brewery Reinvests $300,000 in Capital Improvements

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The Woodstock Inn, Station and Brewery is making $300,000 in brewery improvements including the addition of a waste water treatment facility. Owner Scott Rice says the project will, “Reduce the biological oxygen demand of the brewery’s waste effluent, which will in turn reduce the burden on the town’s own waste water treatment facility.” The brewery is coordinating with the Town of Woodstock and Caulder Construction on the upgrades.

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For the Best Tasting Bird, Get your Turkey Drunk Before Thanksgiving!

A few years ago we talked to our own Chef Cush about a beer brine for Turkey.  He’s a giant fan of brining turkey “because 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 so he walked us through the process and this year we’re sharing it with you!!

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Let It Snow!

Hey Snow Lovers!  Maddi Diaz here, a Plymouth State University Intern working here at Woodstock Inn Brewery.

For me, skiing and snowboarding are the best parts of going to school in this area… so let The Fun Begin because the 2016-17 season is just days away!

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Brewery Announcement!

Woodstock Inn Brewery is committed to being a better brewery every day.

We’re excited to announce we’ve taken a great number of strides to make improvements to our brewery and produce the best possible quality beer.

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A Spooky Stop for Your Next Visit

Looking for something interesting and spooky to do for Halloween? Boise Rock is hidden away in Franconia Notch and just a quick drive from the Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery. This interesting yet horrifying story of a man’s survival takes place just off the side of interstate 93 and is open year round. This large boulder was created by glaciers some 3 million years ago, however it was just over 200 years ago that this rock made a name for itself.

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