Our Tasting Vendors
Please make sure you support our wonderful vendors. We are still confirming our vendors and will update as soon as we have finalized these arrangements.
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Long Blue Cat Brewing Company
Our story started in Salem, New Hampshire, where owners Jason Knight and Shane Sorenson spent their childhood. Best friends from a young age, Shane and Jason built BMX bikes, raced go-karts, created huge forts, and when they got a bit older, started brewing their craft beer. Their brewing ambitions, in the beginning, were simple: to make cold, refreshing beer to share with their friends and family. Over time, Shane and Jason became inspired by the blossoming New Hampshire craft beer scene and started experimenting with some new brewing methods and innovative ingredients. After years of successful home-brewing, Shane and Jason grew so skilled in their craft that there was nothing else to do but to start operating on a larger scale. They renovated an old building in Londonderry, which would become the future site of Long Blue Cat Brewing Company.
1211 S Mammoth Rd
Manchester, New Hampshire 03109
Beer has always been a passion of mine. My first real ‘job’ was capping my father’s homebrew bottle caps at the ripe old age of 7. Visiting haunts like Catamount Brewing, Seven Barrel Brewery, and Gritty’s as a child ingrained in me the virtues and vibe of the craft beer scene well before the boom we are living in now. My passion is two-fold- creating clean, artisanally made beers for all to enjoy, and creating an atmosphere of friendliness, camaraderie, and community outreach for all to enjoy. My vision is that of a traditional English Publick House- high quality beer served in a place of community gathering where strangers, locals, regulars, and everyone in between can chat amongst themselves over a pint or two. While I don’t have a brewing ‘style’ per se, I particularly enjoy making true-to-style European beers, especially German lagers. A good IPA on occasion never hurt anyone either, though. Next time you come in, look for the haggard-looking guy in rubber boots walking around and chat. I’m an open book, and I’d love to share a page or two with everyone.
Able Ebenezer Brewing Company
31 Columbia Circle Merrimack New Hampshire 03054
We run our own distribution across the Live Free or Die state.
Being veterans, we've modeled our Distro Team after military-QRF (Quick Reaction Force) units; designed to be light, agile & ready to deploy on-demand.
Our drafts and 16-oz cans can be found at the establishments listed below (updated daily).
FULFILL ALL ORDERS WITHIN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK
STORE ALL BEER AT 35 DEGREES AND DELIVER COLD TO OUR PARTNERS, ON-DEMAND
CONSISTENCY AND FRESHNESS MASS-PRODUCED/DISTRIBUTED BEER CAN NEVER TOUCH
49 Harvey Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053
WE ARE OPEN FOR DRAFT BEER, DRAFT CIDER, WINE, FOOD AND GOOD VIBES. WE'LL HAVE A LARGE OUTDOOR AREA SETUP USING THE PROPER NH COVID-19 CONSUMER PROTECTION GUIDELINES.
6 GUESTS PER TABLE.
TABLES MORE THAN 6 FEET APART FOR DISTANCING.
BAR AREA SEATING WILL BE CLOSED.
WE ASK YOU TO BRING AND WEAR A CLOTH FACE COVERING WHEN ENTERING AND EXITING THE FACILITY TO PROTECT OTHER PATRONS AND EMPLOYEES. INDOOR BATHROOMS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PATRONS.
FULL DRAFT BEER LIST AND FOOD MENU WILL BE AVAILABLE IN OUR OUTDOOR AREA.
ALL OF OUR CUPS, PLATES, CONDIMENTS AND SERVING DISHES WILL BE DISPOSABLE FOR YOUR SAFETY. WE WILL HAVE SOMEONE SANITIZE AND WIPE DOWN EACH TABLE BETWEEN PARTIES.
WE WILL BE TAKING IN-PERSON RESERVATIONS IF WE ARE AT CAPACITY TO REDUCE PEOPLE STANDING IN LINE FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING PURPOSES. SO JUST GIVE YOUR NAME TO OUR DOOR PERSON AND WE WILL TEXT YOU WHEN YOUR TABLE IS READY.THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF SIGNS UP TO GUIDE EVERYONE AROUND THE FACILITY.
Mountain Base Brewery
553 Mast Road #111
Goffstown NH 03045
I’ve been breweing beer for myself for awhile now. I would share what I had with a few friends and family. People kept telling me to sell my beer, obviously, I didn’t jump at the idea.
Around a year ago, I started thinking about it seriously. Carrie and I talked and agreed that there was no local brewery that catered to Goffstown residents. This place would be a way for me and my family to bring community together and share in the richness of the beer and history of our town.
Fast forward and the nanobrewery/taproom is here. Our batches are fresh and we bring a little twist to each type of beer; with an eye on catering to what our clientele is interested in. ~Jim