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.
Notes of Tropical Fruit and Orange, brewed with 6 varieties of hops. Pulp Juice is a Double New England IPA, boasting huge hop aromas and low bitterness.
Dream Catch NE IPA
Brewed with Galaxy and Idaho hops. It’s got a soft, citrusy melon in the front with just the right amount of bitterness in the finish. Made in partnership with Trout Unlimited, $1.00 from every 4-pack sold will go back to the local Pemigewasset Chapter of Trout Unlimited to support restoration of the cold-water fisheries of the Pemigewasset
Cannon Ale is a New England IPA with low bitterness, amazingly aromatic and easy to drink. Brewed in honor of our friends at Cannon Mountain. https://www.cannonmt.com/
Mountain Haze NEIPA
Hazy, hoppy and easy to drink! Mountain
Haze is the perfect reward when you are
finishing a hike or just kicking back
thinking about taking one!
Honey Lemon Blond Ale
Honey Lemon Blonde Ale, is crisp, clean, and refreshing. Brewed with real New
Hampshire made honey and Lemon Drop
hops. This is the invigorating brew that keeps the bees swarming back to the hive!
PIG’S EAR BROWN ALE
An accessible brown ale with delicious nutty, toffee, caramel, and chocolate notes.
Moody Brew NE IPA
A copiously dry hopped, juicy, hazy New England IPA with big orange, mango and papaya aroma and taste.
Mosaic Papaya Pale Ale
No work, no place to be and zero responsibilities. This Hoppy, Smooth and Fruit-influenced Ale is an easy drinking pale ale with papaya and tropical hop flavors, balanced by light malt sweetness.
4000 Footer ipA
Celebrate each summit with a 4000 Footer IPA. Citrusy, clean feel and assertive bitterness.
Double Pig's Ear Brown Ale
A double brown ale that’s twice as alcoholic as regular Pig’s ear, yet deceptively easy to drink. This nutty ale has rich caramel and toffee flavors.
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!”
lost river light ale
The low hop bitterness of this crisp ale makes it perfect for lazy days at the local swimming hole.
old man oatmeal stout
Creamy and dark with coffee and chocolate notes.
spring and summer seasonals
Lemon Blueberry Pale Ale
A light and thirst quenching beer with light lemon and blueberry flavor in the finish.
A red pale ale, this beer has a caramelly sweet malt profile balanced by piney and citrusy hops.
Kanc Country Maple Porter
Big, rich, robust porter with roasty notes balanced out with real NH maple syrup sweetness. Maple syrup made right next door at Fadden’s Sugar House.
A deep ruby red, sweet, and balanced Winter Warmer. This beer pairs well with a warm fire and not going to work.
Autumn Brew Ale
Llight bodied Brown Ale with hints of apple and cinnamon flavors.
Clan Scottish Ale
Chesnut color, sweet, smokey, and easy to drink.
Fall and Winter Seasonal Doubles
Live Free or Die Black IPA
A black IPA with a rich roasted malt backbone, balanced by floral and citrusy hops.
Thru Hiker Double Rye Pale Ale
A Rye-PA featuring rye malt spiciness with floral hop flavor and aroma.
Profile Double IPA
A juicy double IPA packed full of ripe citrus and tropical fruit flavors, balanced by a slightly sweet malt backbone.