Hand-crafted beers including regular favorites and singularly unique seasonals.
16 beers on tap!
*individual 4oz “tasters” $2/ea *Flight of 4 $8 *Flight of 8 $16 *Flight of all 16 $32
Pints $8, 10oz Specialty/High ABV $8
limit: one 4 oz taster of each beer OR one full serving per person. – I know, very sad. NH Law.
Pick some favorites in growlers to go! *buy a 32oz refillable growler bottle for $6/ea *fill for $9-$11 ea *enjoy, clean well, refill!
1 Mysterious Peasant $11/32oz growler fill
Bavarian Farmhouse Ale 7.2% 23 IBU 25 SRM
A little known, old Bavarian peasant beer, a DampfBier is distinguished by a unique fermentation of a barley beer using a traditional Southern German wheat beer yeast at greater temperatures and pitch rate. This dark, compelling and complex ale brings the pallet on a cloaked journey deep into the mysterious and ancient Black Forest of fairy tale fame.
2 Pub Light $10/32oz growler fill
British Pub Ale 4.6% ABV 12 IBU 5 SRM
A guy walks into a British Pub and says “A pint of Bitter please” And then a short time later says it again. . . and again. . . and again. This is the kind of simple, easy drinking malty thirst-quencher and tongue loosener that builds Empires in corner pubs and inspires British accents all over the world! AND it is only 190 calories/pint! Don’t worry! We know you’re on your way. We’ll leave the “Pub Light” on for you!
3 Murphy’s Red Friday $11/32oz growler fill
Whiskey Barrel Aged Maple Irish Red 7.0% ABV 24 IBU 20 SRM
T’ Luck o’ t’ Irish can often drive even less star-crossed folk than poor Murphy t’ drink! When t’ numbers jus’ don’ add up at t’ end of t’ week, and Saint Paddy’s not answerin’ yer heart-felt prayers, bless yer soul, AleMan is ‘der fer ya wit’ ‘dis new take on an old fashioned, sorrow-drowning Strong Irish Red. A touch of our own maple syrup sweetens t’s pot o’ red gold t’ make t’ end o’ life’s worst weeks feel like there’s nothin’ so bad that it couldn’t be worse! (read t’s wit’ yer best Irish Brogue, Begorrah!) And what could not be worse than spending a couple months inside a whiskey barrel (the beer I mean!)
4 Smoke House Porter $11/32oz growler fill
Smoked Robust Porter 6.6% ABV 37 IBU 30 SRM
A robust, malty, mahogany ale with custom smoked malt from our awesome neighbors at Fox Country Smoke House. (foxnh.com) This smooth and complex porter features undertones of dark roast coffee and smoky chocolate an will hold its own with some tasty Fox’s smoked cheese and some or Fox’s tangy beef jerky!
5 NOFA (New Hampshire’s Official Farmers Ale) $12/32oz growler fill
Blueberry Belgian Farmhouse Ale 5.3% 31 IBU 7 SRM
New Hampshire Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association has been supporting NH’s Organic Farmers and Gardeners for 50 years! This farmers Saison is super thirst quenching and includes malt from Maine, hops from Vermont and 27# of fresh NH blueberries from Grounding Stone Farm in Contoocook. A portion of the proceeds supports NOFA NH.
6 Immense Intense Phat Alpha $11/32oz growler fill
Imperial India Pale Ale 8.0% ABV 111 IBU 9 SRM
Decadent alpha acids, bodacious ABV, libidinous hops flavor and lascivious hops aroma abound as Citra, Amarrillo, Apollo and Mosaic bare all, making this sassy whirlpool and dry hopped East Coast Double IPA irresistibly compelling! Why just have a repressed IPA when you can get SEXY PHAT?!
7 Weisscracker $11/32oz growler fill
Mesquite Smoked Habanero Wheat 5.2% ABV 22 IBU 3 SRM
Like fireworks in your glass, this light wheat ale is bold, refreshing and HOT! An explosion of flavor; this is a a real white-hot fire cracker of a summer wheat ale! Happy 4th of July and Happy Summer! (Contains peppers)
8 Red Glare $14/32oz growler fill $8 10oz pour
Strong Honeyed Red Wheat Ale 9.5% ABV 76 IBU 15 SRM
“And the rocket’s Red Glare. . . gave proof through the night that our flag was still there” Let’s raise a glass in Memorial tribute to those who have given all, and to their friends and family. An malty backbone full of rich caramel, toffee and biscuit notes supports a blanketing clover honey overlay and a warm alcohol finish.
1 Canterbury Ale $10/32oz growler fill
American Pale Ale 5.5% ABV 38 IBU 8 SRM
Journey into Poetic balance.
"Now that I’ve drunk a draught of quern-ripe ale,
By God it stands to reason I can strike
On some good story that you will all like!"
The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer
Citrusy cascade hops and crisp subdued malt destine this golden all American Pale Ale to become a refreshing home-town classic!
2 Old Darn Bard $10/32oz growler fill
British Brown Ale 4.5% ABV 25 IBU 18 SRM
Happy 91st birthday Dudley Laufman!
Telli’n stories and spinnin’ a joke. Weaving rhymes with honest folk. Dusty bow sawin’ a chune, by the light of smiles dancing under the full moon. The Old Darn Bard with his tomes of Bull, keeps hearts and glasses ever full!
Whether in the din of a smoky English pub or at the next floor bouncin’ kitchen junket,Old Darn Bard goes down as easy as the conversation and as smooth as horse hair on a fiddle string!
3 Big Ben $10/32oz growler fill
Extra Special Bitter (British pale ale) 6.4% ABV 35 IBU 15 SRM
A great British Bitter is one of the gold standards that beers around the world are gauged. Of course “Bitter” doesn’t really mean bitter. This is a robust, complex yet quaffable pale ale that is so Brilliantly British, you’ll want to set your clock back to "beer thirty" just so you can enjoy one more!
4 ValHalla Weizen $10/32oz growler fill
Bavarian HefeWeizen 5.4% ABV 12 IBU 5 SRM
This iconic traditional Southern German wheat ale has the most alluring, uniquely quaffable effervescence that bursts with sublime, yeast driven flavor. A Weihenstephaner yeasted Hefeweizen is said by Bavarians to be “The Nectar of the Gods”. Old Gods or new, when you try it you’ll think you’d died and gone to Valhalla!
5 Galaxius Maximus $12/32oz growler fill
NEIPA 5.8% 40 IBU 6 SRM
Juicy, Hazy and out of this world big, smooth Galaxy Hops flavor! “I’m givin’ her all she’s got Captain!” Galaxy Hoped first wort for bitterness and flavor. Late kettle hop stand for flavor. Primary Fermentation dry hopped. Secondary fermentation dry hopped. And rocket hopped from fermentor to keg!
6 Outré! $14/32oz growler fill $8 10oz pour
Bourbon Barrel Fermented Tripel/Saison 10.3%ABV 30 IBU 5.7 SRM
The taunting drinkability and layered complexities of this big spring saison are curiously “Outrageous!”
7 Scrum $11/32oz growler fill
Rugged Brown Ale 7.4%ABV 37 IBU 24 SRM
Flex the muscles in your liquid grain storage unit and get down in the tight five for a Scrum! Plenty of malty muscle
smacks of elegance thanks to the “flankers and 8-man” hops additions of Challenger and Tetnanger. When less than
rugged is just not enough, dig deep into a Scrum!
8 Granite Ledge Stout $11/32oz growler fill
Espresso-Oatmeal Stout 6.0% ABV 29 IBU 40 SRM
Canterbury’s own Granite Ledge Coffee, Oats and Beer! The perfect breakfast drink! A judicious dose of African espresso complements the dark roasty malts of this silky smooth oatmeal stout.
Come Tour the Brewery!
Contact me to make arrangements for a two hour private tasting and tour! $150 minimum purchase.
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We do not serve food
Although we do have FREE POPCORN!
and Fox's Smoked Peanuts $1.50
BYO snacks is great!
Fox Country Smoke House is just around the corner and they have some great snacks like smoked nuts, cheese and jerky!
Once, someone even brought fresh oysters!!
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Want Swag? Wanna' give a gift?
$10 “Ale Assets” give like gift certificates, use like cash!
Trucker Hats! $20
Baseball Hats! $20
Pint Mug $8
Pint Tumbler $5
Taster Glass $4
Stroll through The HOPS YARD
Explore the grounds and check out the hops yard! Grown using organic/biodynamic/nutrient-dense practices.
There are 11 varieties in the hops yard: Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Zeus, Newport, Fuggle,
Goldings, Magnum, Tettnanger,
Hallertau, and Perle.
If you are aware of hops growing wild by old foundations or on old farms, please let me know so I can plant them, grow them out, and test them for brewing qualities.