Find 1766 beer at two places in Plymouth — the new downtown brewpub or at the Last Chair Restaurant.
Learn about Dover's newest brewery, Empty Pint Brewing Company.
Michael Potorti of Beara Brewing Co. is making local craft beer with an Irish influence.
The Outlaw Brewing Company of Winchester is keeping it (very) local.
The "Beer for History" series events will include games, music, food, history and, of course, beer.
Looking for a great place to find an interesting beer in New Hampshire? These restaurants, bars and pubs all feature an emphasis on beer. From creative beer lists to bars with dozens of tasty brews on tap, there’s sure to be something to fit your mood and appetite.
Click here for a list of restaurants, bars and pubs from around the state.
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Pipe Dream brings a West Coast feel to Londonderry, New Hampshire.
Get out your German steins, don your dirndls and lederhosen and head out to celebrate Oktoberfest at the following events.
Dane is the Co-Founder/Head Brewer at Liars Bench Beer Company in Portsmouth's up-and-coming West End.
Throwback Brewery's Chris Naro and Nicole Carrier talk about their most popular brews and new kitchen expansion.
In the latest of our new Meet the Brewer series, meet Flying Goose Brewery’s Richard Marley.
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