Jacob Pain, 7bbl Brewer
The Boston Celtics take on the Chicago Bulls for Game 5 tonight
at 8:30pm and the series is tied at 2 games each. We asked the brewers & brewery sales staff what Woodstock beer they'll be pairing with the game.
You'll want to try this recipe, recently seen on WMUR's Cook's Corner, with our own Maple Porter sausage! Enjoy your meal with a bottle of Kanc Country Maple Porter, a seasonal brew made with real NH maple syrup from Fadden's Maple Sugarhouse. It's only available for a limited time, so get it while supplies last!
By Maddi Diaz
Here at the Woodstock Inn & Brewery we like to be as resourceful and eco-friendly as we can. One way is using spent grain in our bread and pizza dough. You can do this at home pretty easily too!
It’s that time of year again in New England. We’re either shoveling out of 2 feet of snow or we’re digging out our summer wardrobe to do some sunbathing. It’s so hard to make plans ahead of time when you don’t know what kind of weather to count on.
Have you ever been torn between drinking beer with your friends and taking an amazing yoga class? Well "BAM!" now you can have your beer and Asana too! The Woodstock Station Brewery will team up with Live a Little Fitness to bring yoga to the brewery.Beer yoga is picking up steam in the US where open brewery space and yoga enthusiasts team up for an unbeatable Bend and Sip duo.
If you’ve been waiting to head to the mountains for some time on the slopes, it’s time to go: Put in for a few much-deserved vacation days and head to The Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery in North Woodstock, NH!
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.
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.
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.