Epsom Beer Guide: Your Epsom guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Epsom

74 /100 3 GRIFFIN ROAD
“Farmhouse. Tasting area looks like it used to be someone's living room, with a bar with half a dozen stool or so and some restaurant tables, plus a few more tables on a large wrap-around porch. Beers were mostly tasty, with flights of however many you like (they had five beers on when I visited). Interesting food items included some vegan and veggie stuff. Remote and quiet.“
Travlr 636 days ago
76 /100 3 GRIFFIN ROAD
“Stopped in today. A couple of miles off rt4 on a dirt or ice with sand on it road. Black dog with lots of energy welcomes you as you pull in the driveway. Big red farmhouse with a small tasting room filled with rough dark wood. They are only able to do tasters for now but are planning on offering some food in the future in order to serve pints. 8 Beers on tap running average to good and complimentary pretzels. The guy behind the bar was personable. $2 per taster and growlers to go. I might stop in if in the area again.“
johnnnniee 1965 days ago
80 /100 3 GRIFFIN ROAD
“On a back country road that is sometimes a dirt road to a farm setting and a happy dog greeting you at the front door describes my first impression. Inside, a friendly couple is pouring beer from taps in a wooden, rustic and comfortable tasting room. Some decent local folk music is playing on the music system. There were eight, mostly traditional beers on tap and you can buy a flight for $2/taster. Their flagship is the Blasty Bough Blasty Bough Amber.A very relaxing and scenic setting in which to enjoy a beer.“
puboflyons 2233 days ago
64 /100
Epsom Circle Market (Grocery Store)
“This is a convenience store at the roundabout between Rt. 4/202 and Rt. 28 in Epsom, NH. With the explosion of the craft beer market, even small convenience stores are getting into the act. Where they used to sell mainly B-M-C, now they are branching out to craft beer - and not just the nationally known ones like Samuel Adams, Sierra Nevada, and Stone. There is a dry shelf of big bottle and canned crafts from around New Hampshire (and New England).. Go to the back of the store. This was the first store in New Hampshire that I was aware of that got the Big Water Brewery line, a small nano-brewery in New Hampshire. Otherwise it has your typical convenience store fare such as chips, candy, snacks, microwaveable meals, etc. And you can get gasoline while you are there. I live about 10-12 minutes from here so I could see myself swinging up when I’m in the mood for some craft beer when my favorite bottle shops are closed. A tad pricey.“
puboflyons 3149 days ago
82 /100
Epsom Circle Market (Grocery Store)
“The place is clean and the customers/staff friendly. They greet you but leave you alone. Good selection--beers from the more popular or local craft brewers, Stone, Lagunitas, Southern Tier, Maine Beer, Flying Dog, Clown Shoes, Oskar Blues, Foolproof, Founders, Henniker, Nepenthe, Allagash, North Coast, Shipyard. Good prices with something almost always on sale (25% off). Food is a bit more than an average convenience store and is small but has a meat counter. Overall, a pretty decent selection of beers for the grocery mart associated with a Mobil. You’d drive right by but they have a sign advertising their craft beer selection.“
tfontana 3333 days ago
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