When the Woodstock Inn Brewery launched in 1995, we were able to make a name for ourselves in the burgeoning craft beer business, creating now-legendary beers like Pigs Ear Brown Ale.
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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?
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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.
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.
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:
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):