Woodstock Inn Brewery craft beer is brewed in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This VLOG features tasting notes and information on two of its best known beers, the flagship Pig’s Ear Brown Ale and Double Pig’s Ear Brown Ale.
Take a look at the first installment of the Brew Minute produced by our friends at New England Ski Journal.
This video stars Steven Rouse, an awesome Woodstock employee, server and bartender.
When we think about the taste of Pig’s Ear Brown Ale the following words come to mind…
- roasted Brown Ale
- toffee, caramel and chocolate notes in the finish
Pig’s Ear Brown Ale was the first recipe brewed by The Woodstock Inn Brewery back in 1995, the year the family owners made the journey into craft beer.
The Pig’s Ear Double Brown Ale is twice as much alcohol as our Pig’s Ear Brown Ale, weighing in at 8.4% ABV.
This smooth, rich beer is deceptively easy to drink. Similar to Pig’s Ear, the taste is nutty with rich caramel and toffee notes.
Both brews are available at the brewery and sold in package and grocery stores throughout New England including Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Need help finding our beer? Ask us!
Tour the brewery and try these beers at the source. Tours are Monday – Sunday at 12p. Cost is $9 per person and includes a pint glass and craft beer tasting. Availability is limited to 10 people per tour. Guests must wear masks for tour – except for the tasting.
Filmed in the Brewpub at Woodstock Inn Brewery, December 2020.