*On Tap Now

July 24th, 2017

*Our tap list changes more frequently than this webpage does: our batches turn around wicked quick!

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

Also, be sure to ponder our mostly local guest tap list whilst you visit.



Rauchbier (Smoked Ale)

ABV 5.6%

Excited to present our first brew with Red X malt, a new product from Germany. This rauchbier has a lighter smoke character than most and a hint of chocolate–super approachable and yummy!


Belgian Pale Ale

ABV 5.6%

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


Golden Gruit

ABV 5.4%

Bunch a pils, wheat malt and a bit of oats make up this grain bill. Horehound does the bittering and a bunch of foraged goodies give it a subtle faintly fruity flavor: spruce tips, green blueberries, and some rhubarb from a 100+ year old patch from two generous patrons–thank you, Robin & Terry! Great mellow summer gruit, don’t miss it!


Sour Gruit

ABV 3.7%

This brew is usually a bit sour but we somehow lost that sourness as we scaled up the recipe–apologies to all you sour fans out there!  This year’s version is however a great intro gruit–mellow, easy drinking in that yummy wiezenbier stylee. It’s built with pilsner and wheat malts along with Hibiscus, Spikenard, and locally foraged Japanese Knotweed, also known as Monkey Weed.

(Although “Monkey Weed,” is also slang for synthetic cannabinoids, don’t worry, there is none of that crap in our beer!)


Wheat Pale Ale

ABV 5.6%

SHEPSCROOKBrewed with 45% wheat malt and all New Zealand hops, this light bodied beaut is full of pineapple notes and finishes with a sauvignon blanc white grape character. Hopped with Green Bullet, Moteuka, and Nelson Sauvin hops. Not to be confused with a hefeweizen, this will blow your socks off!



ABV 5.6%

41f10f18ab2b32c6b5c76810d25e861aSweepy McGhee is back! This amber gruit has bunch of Scotch Broom in it–shipped straight from Oregon where it is taking over the landscape. Sweeps has got a mostly pils and 2-row base along with locally foraged sweet fern and the last of our poplar buds. The taste is a bit medicinal, slightly sweet and oddly refreshing. It’s good for you and good to you!