On Tap Now

April 16th, 2018

It’s NH Craft Beer Week and we’ve got 6 lines of NH beers from the likes of Litherman’s, Kelsen, Great Rhythm, Chapel+Main, Throwback, Neighborhood, Bad Lab & Stoneface. When one kicks, a different one goes on!

– We typically have 4-packs of 16oz cans available of each EEB beer on tap–’til they’re gone.

– Our tap list changes more frequently than this webpage. Our Facebook feed is often more current.

– We also keep a tap for our handsome and talented pals at North Country Hard Cider in scenic Rollinsford NH and a couple more for guest beers—mostly local.

– You can also call the bar at 603 502-2244 and if it’s not too busy, someone will pick up.


Pale Ale

ABV 5.6%

hops1Our delish single hop American pale ale, all Amarillo baby! Delight in it’s flowery, spicy and citrus-like character with a distinct orange bouquet.


Meat Gruit

ABV 5.5%

What does one do when presented with an elks head? Easy: Skin it, smoke it for hours on herb stalks, boil it in beer and then present to an adventurous chef friend–of course! This meat brew contains mostly 2-row with Buckwheat and cracked wheat from Maine Grains. It’s bittered and flavored with Green Bullet hops, locally foraged Spruce branches, Sweet Flag and Sage. Fermented with a Belgian yeast strain. W O W !


Kettle Sour

ABV 5.4%

NEW!  This tart beaut is based on a blonde ale malt bill and features mango puree. Something about that balance of slightly sour and high-end, non-sweetened fruit–DIVINE!


Belgian Pale Ale

ABV 5.6%

A Belgian pale ale all hopped-up with Nugget, Cascade, and Centennial, this is one easy-drinking slake!


Dark Gruit

ABV 7.6%

8986978_f520This black gruit is built on a milk stout grain bill, then bittered and spiced with Star Anis, Danelion root, Horehound, Cardamom seed, Cascara bark with some East Kent Goldings hops added early in the boil. Roasty and mysterious, this is a wondrous pour!

In Greek mythology, Erebos was a primordial deity, one not taking human form, representing the personification of darkness.


Belgian Triple IPA

ABV 8.7%

What happens when folks from 20 different seacoast breweries try and make one beer? Well, this time it was a Belgian triple IPA with peppercorns and lemon  grass brewed at Great Rhythm–frikkin’ amazing!! Last kegs in existence–we think.


West Coast IPA

ABV 6.4%

NEGlableBeaucoup Citra and Amarillo hops! If you like your IPA’s hoppy AND balanced this is the brew fo’ you–but don’t wait, it usually disappears in a week. Current batches made with our improved hopping techniques are even better!!


Imperial Saison

ABV 9%

redrumlabelRedrum is a red imperial saison which flows a peculiar red color, thanks to beet powder and hibiscus flowers. It’s a chillingly easy drinker with earthy hop/herbal and classic saison notes, but beware, it does pack a punch! This is the 4rd batch we’ve made of this beer with SoMe Brewing in York, Me.  Stay tuned for the 5th batch, pouring at SoMe late April!

SAHTi (Barrel-Aged)

Ancient Ale

ABV 8.5%

vikingshipAfter aging in a apple brandy barrel Sahti is a new a different quaff than it’s pre-barrel self. The basic beer is our take on the primitive Finnish style of the same name. Mostly pils with some wheat and rye, juniper branches were used in the mash–no hops. After bringing the mash to sparge temp the wort was transferred directly into the fementer–no boil. Cloudy, tart, and faintly carbonated, this pour from yore is a mellow sour with just the perfect vinegar note. Again, delicious and all together different!