Two Big Openings




One new brewery opens its doors and another celebrates a big move to a brand new facility.

Able Ebenezer Brewing Company invites you to stop by at the grand opening happening on June 14 from 12 p.m.-8 p.m. A bottle breaking at 1 p.m. will be followed by a day filled with events including food, beer sampling, raffle prizes, music and more. In addition, three beers will be featured including the Auburn Ale (American Red), Burn The Ships (Smoked IPA) and Broad Arrow IPA. Customers may purchase beer in one liter or two liter growlers, kegs or enjoy tasters on location. Check them out at the brewery located at 31 Columbia Circle in Merrimack. Visit the website for more information.

Smuttynose Brewing Company recently celebrated the big move to its new home at Towle Farm in Hampton. The facility and retail shop are now open to the public with tours and free sampling offered daily. Click here to see the schedule and for more information. 105 Towle Farm Road, Hampton.

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