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5 03, 2014

Hyssop Hooray (Ho…Hey…Ho!)

By |March 5, 2014|One-off Beers, Unafraid of the Dark|0 Comments|

There are many fun aspects to owning a brewery… meeting interesting new people, tasting cheese for beer & cheese events, coming up with names for beers… I could go on :) . For me, one of my favorite parts of owning a brewery is collaborating with Annette and team on recipes and flavors, to come up with new beers that […]

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19 02, 2014

Oyster Stout

By |February 19, 2014|One-off Beers, Our beer, Unafraid of the Dark|0 Comments|

Every year in our Unafraid of the Dark III series, we craft a beer that makes a fair number of people say ‘what did you put in the beer???’. The first year we brewed a Bacon Porter that the meat lovers seemed to embrace (but turned off a few vegans.) Last year we crafted a Chocolate Beet Stout that several […]

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17 02, 2014

Salted Caramel Milk Stout

By |February 17, 2014|One-off Beers, Our beer, Unafraid of the Dark|0 Comments|

For those of you that somehow venture into our kitchen (situated at the way back of our brewery), you will see that we painted the wall above the sink with one of our mottos, which is ‘Brew what you love! Love what you brew!’. Annette and I are proud to say that for the past 2.5+ years that we […]

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17 02, 2014

Apple Betty Porter (Bam-ba-lam)

By |February 17, 2014|One-off Beers, Our beer, Unafraid of the Dark|0 Comments|

About 12 years ago, I used to homebrew a beer called Apple Brown Betty.  This beer was, of course, made with fresh apples, brown sugar, & cinnamon. At the time, I never measured gravities, so I really had no idea how much the apples added to the alcohol content of the beer. All I knew was that Betty made me very, very […]

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16 02, 2014

McKenzie’s BlackBEERy Stout

By |February 16, 2014|Our beer, Unafraid of the Dark|0 Comments|

This Summer at the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market, we were lucky enough to have our Throwback booth right next to McKenzie’s farm. One day at the market, they brought in the most gorgeous blackberries we had ever seen! We (of course) bought one of the little half-pints, which lasted us all of about 3 minutes. :)

As we were licking the […]

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16 02, 2014

New Year’s Eve Festive Beer Cocktails

By |February 16, 2014|Recipies, Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Some people like to drink beer on New Year’s Eve. Some like to drink cocktails.  We like to drink both.. :lol:

Seriously, though, for those of you looking to mix up some festive-looking and great tasting drinks to ring in the new year, may we suggest a beer cocktail made with our Merry! Happy! Dreid-Ale! (cranberry ginger blonde ale)?

There are […]

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7 02, 2014

Holiday Gift Ideas

By |February 7, 2014|merchandise|0 Comments|

Love in a boxWe love the holiday season – egg nog, time off to spend with family & friends, the smell of pine, beautiful lights, warm fires, mistletoe.. What we don’t really love about this time of year is the chaos of malls and the stress of fighting traffic to find that perfect gift.  To that end, we decided […]

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7 02, 2014

Fat Alberta is Coming to Town!

By |February 7, 2014|events|0 Comments|

She’s making a list. Checking it twice. Doesn’t really care if your naughty or nice! Fat Alberta is coming to town!

Oh, yes, it is that time of year again for Fat Alberta – our heavenly chocolate peanut butter imperial stout!  We think this beer is a lot of fun, so we like to have a great time when we […]

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7 02, 2014

Unafraid of the Dark III

By |February 7, 2014|One-off Beers, Unafraid of the Dark|1 Comment|

Since the jackets have come out and the temperatures have been dipping below 40 degrees, many of you have been asking about Unafraid of the Dark.  And, we have been very excited to answer ‘YES – Unafraid of the Dark is coming back!’  This is our favorite time of year because we get to make our favorite kind of […]

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2 01, 2014

Winter Farmers’ Markets 2013-2014

By |January 2, 2014|Farmers' Markets|0 Comments|

We’ve been missing seeing folks at the Summer Farmers’ Markets, so we are delighted that the Winter markets are starting up this week! We will be bringing our bottles, growlettes, and smiling faces to all of the markets at Exeter, most at Rollinsford (we got waitlisted for two of the days), and most at Greenland. Here is a calendar […]

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