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Hi! Thanks for visiting and welcome to the world of beer in New Hampshire. We’re pretty proud of what our state has to offer, and we’re here to help you, your friends, and anyone else who loves beer and hanging out in the Granite State.

BREW NH shared IncrediBREW Brewery's event — feeling Hoppy at IncrediBREW Brewery.

Tonight, catch IncrediBREW Brewery on NH Chronicle on Channel 9 WMUR-TV from 7pm - 8pm
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Watch IncrediBREW on NH Chronicle (from Home!)

Watch IncrediBREW on NH Chronicle (from Home!)

Mar 28, 7:00pm

IncrediBREW Brewery

Watch WMUR-TV on Tuesday, March 28th on NH Chronicle from the comfort of your couch! We had a great time filming with Erin Fehlau and Sean Mcdonald, they will be anchored from IncrediBREW every day this week, and a segment about IncrediBREW will air on Tuesday night! We are so pleased to be on the show! Some of our fantastic customers will be on the segment too! If you were onsite the day of filming, be sure to share this event with your friends and family to remind them to watch! NH Chronicle New Hampshire Chronicle is a nightly magazine program about the people and places that make New Hampshire special. Watch them on WMUR weeknights at 7:00pm. Cheers!

Watch IncrediBREW on NH Chronicle (from Home!)

BREW NH shared Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library, Epping NH, Established 1892's event.

Unique FREE event for NH Craft Beer Week!!!
Brewing in New Hampshire at the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library, Epping NH, Established 1892 on Friday night. Greg & Jane's Beer & Wine #NHCBW2017 #NHBeer
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Brewing in New Hampshire

Brewing in New Hampshire

Mar 31, 7:00pm

Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library, Epping NH, Established 1892

Learn about the history of brewing in New Hampshire paired with a tasting of local beers! On Friday, March 31st, Glenn Knoblock will explore the fascinating history of New Hampshire's beer and ale brewing industry from Colonial days, when it was home- and tavern-based, to today's modern breweries and brew pubs. Unusual and rare photos and advertisements document this changing industry and the state's earliest brewers, including the renowned Frank Jones. A number of lesser-known brewers and breweries that operated in the state are also discussed, including the only brewery owned and operated by a woman before the modern era. Illustrations present evidence of society's changing attitudes towards beer and alcohol consumption over the years. Whether you're a beer connoisseur or a "tea-totaler", this lecture will be enjoyed by adults of all ages. Afterwards, a tasting of New Hampshire beers will be generously provided by Greg & Jane's Beer & Wine Free at 63 Main Street in Epping. All is free and open to the public! Event begins at 7pm at the Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library in Epping, NH. Please contact Michelle with any inquiries at (603) 679-5944 or [email protected] This program is funded in part by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities. Learn more at www.nhhumanities.org.

Brewing in New Hampshire

BREW NH shared The Flight Center's photo.

The Flight Center's Elite 8 have been chosen. Buy your favorite beer at The Flight Center to help your team to advance to the Final 4. #NHBeer #NashuaNH
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March Madness Round 1 has ended! We move into week 2, remember to come out and support your favorite brewer! Every Pint and flight pour counts, your order could be what puts your brewery on top! Great North Aleworks comes back to just get by Redhook Ale Brewery 43-40 Concord Craft Brewing edges Rockingham Brewing Company 46-36 With an amazing comeback Henniker Brewing Company moves past Millyard Brewery 78-71 In a battle of giants Lord Hobo Brewing Co beats Martha's Exchange Restaurant & Brewery 123-78 Frank Fermino and Greg Ouellette! Well played gentlemen Kelsen Brewing Company battles back late in the 4th and beats Tuckerman Brewing Company 108-73 Lithermans Limited Brewery and NEIGHBORHOOD BEER CO. had an epic early battle but Lithermans came out on top 61-27 603 Brewery just edges past Bad Lab Beer Co. 50-45 Able Ebenezer Brewing Company and Oddball Brewing had a great showing. Able walks away with the win 91-33 BREW NH Granite State Brewers Association #drinklocal Bellavance Beverage Amoskeag Beverages LLC Craft Brewers Guild

The Flight Centers Elite 8 have been chosen.  Buy your favorite beer at The Flight Center to help your team to advance to the Final 4. #NHBeer #NashuaNH

Stoneface Brewing Co.'s new taproom is OPEN! Full taplist on www.stonefacebrewing.com
#NHBeer #LiveFreeDrinkCraft #NHBrewers #NHBeerTrail
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BREW NH shared NH Craft Beer Week's post.

Only a few spots left at The Everyday Cafe NH's #NHBeer School with Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille for NH Craft Beer Week
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The April NH Beer School with Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille at The Everyday Cafe NH is going to be a great NH Craft Beer Week event! #NHCBW2017 #NHBeer

Only a few spots left at The Everyday Cafe NHs #NHBeer School with Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille for NH Craft Beer Week

BREW NH shared The Blue Mermaid Island Grill's event.

Wine and Beer Dinner at The Blue Mermaid Island Grill in #PortsmouthNH features beer from Bad Lab Beer Co. and Smuttynose Brewing Company. #NHBeer
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Wine and Beer Dinner

Wine and Beer Dinner

Mar 29, 6:30pm

The Blue Mermaid Island Grill

This is a west coast wine, meets east coast beer dinner. There will be pairings of J. Lohr wines with creations from our Head Chef Aidan Cunningham. This four course dinner is $65.00 (tax and service not included). THE MENU IS HERE! Reception: J.Lohr Estate 'Bay Mist Riesling', Monterey meets Two Roads Brewing: Workers Comp Farmhouse Ale. -With Aidan's Prosciutto Wrapped Figs stuffed with brie and topped with gingered apricot glaze and a light dusting of curry. 1st Course: J.Lohr Estate 'Flume Crossing' Sauvignon Blanc, Monterey meets Brewery Ommegang Witte -With pan seared sea scallops over micro greens with goat's cheese, shaved "Easter egg" radish, fried sweet potato, and a Meyer lemon sage vinaigrette. Garnished with pickled watermelon radish. 2nd Course: J.Lohr Estate 'Wildflower' Valdiguie, Monterey meets Bad Lab Beer Co. Scotch Strong Ale -With Applewood and Peat Smoked NH Steelhead Trout with grilled asparagus, quinoa, and a pomegranate gastrique. Garnished with asparagus infused oil. 3rd Course: J.Lohr Estate 'South Ridge' Syrah, Paso Robles meets Smuttynose 2013 Really Old Brown Dog -WIth Grilled Lamb Chop with a Black Tea Plumb Sauce over rosemary infused potato puree and charred bok choi. 4th Course: J.Lohr Vineyard Series 'Tower Road' Petite Sirah, Paso Robles meets Smuttlabs: The Stallion -Orange Chocolate Glazed Flourless Chocolate Cake with blood orange compote.

Wine and Beer Dinner

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