A LIST OF BREWS
Inside every one of our beers, you’ll discover a little bit of what makes New Hampshire special. From the mountains, lakes, and streams, to the farms, small towns, cities and seacoast.
Buy our beer at fine outlets across New England. Or better yet, come up to visit us and sample from the source at Woodstock Inn Brewery in North Woodstock, New Hampshire. Either way, we’ll be here, making the beer that is distinctly New Hampshire.
PIG’S EAR BROWN ALE
If it looks like a pig and squeals like a pig, double check before pouring into a glass. If you’re lucky it’s our smooth, nutty, roasted Brown Ale. If not… Well…
Red Rack ale
This ale is a tall, cool drink of… beer. Amber with malty sweetness, balanced by bright hop character. A brew like this comes along once in a lifetime. Until you open another one.
pemi pale ale
This bright and mildly hoppy brew loves jam bands, patchouli, and basset hounds with human names. If loving a beer is a crime, then we confess!
old man oatmeal stout
Creamy and dark with coffee and chocolate notes. He was a stately, proud and bold-faced figure. Gone but never forgotten. Rock-on old man. Rock in peace.
The low hop bitterness of this American Wheat Ale is a White Mountain specialty. This brew gives zero F’s, makes no excuses and absolutely hates snakes.
Moody Brew NE IPA
Named after Mr. and Mrs. Moody’s son Daniel, this hazy New England style IPA boasts low
bitterness and a tropical fruit aroma. Dan Moody was born, lived and brewed this beer.
4000 Footer ipA
Celebrate each summit with a 4000 Footer IPA. The citrusy, clean feel and assertive bitterness will help you feel better about dropping your cell phone in the visitor center toilet.
woodstock inn ipa
This fruity, piney, West Coast Style IPA has a laid-back “I just dipped into my 401K, to buy a bunch more of these brews dude” attitude.
lost river light ale
The low hop bitterness of this crisp ale makes it perfect for lazy days at the local swimming hole. Enjoy, but keep an eye on that big old snapping turtle by your foot…
We make beer, then make gear, try to keep track of what you drink and what
you wear. Hint: This Galaxy hopped super fruity beer goes in your mouth hole.
On the night of September 19th, 1961, while driving through Lincoln, NH on Route 3 a young couple experienced a ‘Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind.’ Much like their story you’ll find this yellow, hazy, juicy, bright and tropical New England Style Pale Ale “otherworldly!”
This refreshing Red Pale Ale has a citrusy slap, giving it a crisp “skiing in jeans” ‘tude and style. This is what the mountains drink.
Kanc Country Maple Porter
A rich, thick, and roasty Porter with a maple finish from Fadden’s Sugar Shack. Caution: If you enjoy kale chips, use beard wax or have worn a fedora, this brew will openly mock you.
A deep ruby red, sweet, and balanced Winter Warmer. This beer pairs well with a warm fire and not going to work. Helps keep the season bright, turkey and mistletoe not included.
spring and summer seasonals
Mosaic Papaya Pale Ale
No work, no place to be and zero responsibilities. This perfect mosaic of circumstances is also called Day Drinking. This Hoppy, Smooth and Fruit-influenced Ale was made for it!
raspberry weasel wheat ale
Enjoy this delightful Wheat Ale flavored with raspberry and weasel. Kidding! Everyone except eagles, osprey, and hawks know that weasels don’t pair well with raspberries.
Loon Golden Ale
This dry and crisp Golden Ale is perfect for those moments when you find yourself at the lake, building a nest and diving deep for delicious fish.
Light tasting, crisp, and refreshing. On a hot humid day, our Summer Brew disappears faster than you can say “Who drank all of my Woodstock Inn Brewery Summ…”
Lemon Blueberry Pale Ale
A malt beverage brewed with spices and natural flavor of blueberry and lemons. This easy drinking Pale Ale was expertly crafted in a totally platonic & non-creepy way… Every sip tastes like the weekend!
Autumn Brew Ale
This is a light bodied Brown Ale with rich apple and cinnamon flavors. If you’re curious about how we created this mysterious fall favorite, we can only say “double, double toil and trouble…”
Clan Scottish Ale
Chesnut color, sweet, smokey, and easy to drink. Don’t ask this Scottish Ale about Nessie, Irn Bru, or what it’s wearing under its kilt. I promise you’ll not like the answer, not a wee bit.
Fall and Winter Seasonal Doubles
Double Pig’s Ear Brown Ale
Enjoy this smooth, rich, Double Brown Ale while being awesome at life. How do you think Old MacDonald kept track of who was here, there and everywhere?
Live Free or Die Black IPA
This brew has a thickly roasted malt character, a smooth hop flavor, and several regrettable tattoos. If you cannot find this beer, it’s probably in a time out.
Greeley Double IPA
A lively, resiny, piney Double IPA that features a smackeral of tropical fruit. Momma bears beware, never come between a Greeley and its owner. We protect our Greeley!
Thru Hiker Double Rye Pale Ale
With spicy rye notes and a big malt profile, this brew is perfect for all Thru Hikers that visit our brewery. Also perfect for people who just like taking long-ass walks.
Falling Waters Double IPA
If a trail in the White Mountains featured a cascading falls of bright, fruity, easy drinking double IPA we’d tell you. But there isn’t…or is there?
Profile Double IPA
This is a juicy Double IPA, with a slightly sweet malt backbone. You’ll need a knife, fork, and a napkin for this one. Enjoy with friends, family or someone you openly despise.