Brewery tours in New Hampshire are a fun and tasty excursion for beer lovers
Craft beer is hot and local breweries in scenic New Hampshire have your favorite artisanal fruit and traditional beers. The unique flavors emanate from clean mountain air, water, hops, fruits grown right on the farms. With lodgings
nearby, you can take a scenic drive
and tour breweries and production facilities showing the fermentation process; how hops and yeast are added; and how beer is bottled, capped, and labeled. Then head for the tasting room. Meet the Clydesdales at Budweiser’s northeast facility.
135 Main Street
North Woodstock, NH, 03262
New Hampshire’s Premier Brewery
The Woodstock Inn Brewery is located in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It is here we craft award-winning favorites like Pig’s Ear and 4000 Footer, made from only the highest quality ingredients. Our 30-barrel system is a state-of-the-art solar fed brewery and production facility, where we brew and bottle our beer for distribution throughout New England. Tours are offered daily. Reserve online.
244 North Main Street
Troy, NH, 03456
Award Winning Artisinal Fruit and Traditional Craft Beers
Lift a glass of Mooselick Brewery's Razzleberry to your lips, and you'll taste the great outdoors. The Levick family creates the beverage in their nano brewery in Troy, NH, using berries they grow on their farm in the same town. You can tour their brewery and sample the wares in their taproom on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons. Other fruit beers you'll find on tap include Red Berry Gulp, Velvety Antlers Brown Ale, Hoof Print Porter, and Moose Hide Amber Ale. The Levicks also brew some more traditional ales for those with more traditional tastes. It turns out fruit and hops are a delicious combination. Especially when the brewer uses fruit grown as the Levicks do at their Monadnock Berries farm.