Smuttynose Winter Ale



This winter cozy up by the fire with a blanket and a bottle of Smuttynose Winter Ale. Brewed at Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth, this ale is a slightly creamy amber beer that is brewed with a special ingredient, Trappist ale yeast. It tastes and smells fruity while being balanced by Crystal hops.

To get your hands on one of these warm and mellow but flavorful winter beverages, you can buy six-packs at Market Basket and various independent beer carriers from late October until February. If you'd rather have a refreshing glass on tap, grab some friends and take a trip to Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth. While you're there, you might as well take a trip to Smuttynose's sister company, the Portsmouth Brewery, where you'll find their Winter Weizen, a great holiday treat.

Smuttynose Brewing Company
225 Heritage Ave., Portsmouth
(603) 436-4026
smuttynose.com

Portsmouth Brewery
56 Market St., Portsmouth
(603) 431-1115
portsmouthbrewery.com

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