On one hand they have an achingly beautiful location, one that admirably resembles Hogworts upon pulling into their cement-less lot. They have games, weekly movies, and change their menu (along with their beer!) frequently. On the other hand I really don’t like coming here when it rains because their parking lot is just a massive flattened dirt mound with granite rocks acting as tire beams. I’ve gotten my tires stuck in this mess a few times in the past and am reluctant to drive in without taking a peak at the weather on my app. The special beer that gets released generally has been great. With that said, they may need a new system other than "everyone come all at once to this little bar for your desired bottles". It’s just been a little confusing in the past. There are some minor things I wouldn’t mind see change, but I like this place and am happy to hear that their anniversary party was off the hook.
This brewery-brewpub is located in a classic New England barn just off US Route 1 in North Hampton, NH. It is easy to get to and there is plenty of parking. They offer indoor and outdoor dining and a menus with a decent selection or burgers, sandwiches, and other meals. They have 10 or more beers on tap and you can buy a flight of 4, pints, or take home a can or a growler. The price is a little higher than some but they do a nice job with both their beer and their food. Its worth the stop if you are doing the New Hampshire Seacoast pub crawl. Convenient hours of operation.
Nice rustic farmhouse locavore kind of a place, lots of beer on tap and for sale, kid friendly, flights, excellent food with an eclectic mix of cuisine. Very good, would highly recommend as a dinner spot.
Stopped in here for lunch today and finally ate here. So the tasting room is in an old barn with some beer garden type seating out back. Maybe 30 seats at the bar off to the left of the space with probably a dozen or so long tables that seat 6 to 8 people. Decent menu with fresh farm to table ingredients. My burger was really good, the beans not so much. They had a dozen beers on tap, the 4 I had were quite good. Service was quick, my lunch was a little pricey at 23 dollars. Nice space, I would go back again.
Visited on a rainy Sunday evening. The place has its own parking lot. It is sort of off to itself in an old barn. The tap room may have been added on to the barn. Inside it is finished nicely. The tap list is black slate that they change out for each beer. Each piece of slate has the beer’s info written in chalk. They had about twelve beers on draft for my visit, and a cider. I think the cider was made somewhere else, but I am not certain. They do have food here, but we just had beer. Very friendly service. I would come here again if in the area. It’s a pretty cool place.
Visited September 2016. Seems that they installed a tap room and restaurant since the previous reviewers visited here. Brewery, tap room and restaurant are all housed in a converted farmhouse building. The interior is modern / rustic i.e. lots of wood; very relaxed and welcoming. There are also tables and chairs outside. They had something like 10 of their own beers on tap plus one guest. I had a flight of four and liked the Donkey Hote IIPA best of all. Food-wise we just tried the soup, fish chowder, which was excellent. Service fast and friendly. Would definitely recommend.
Small warehouse brewery tucked away from the road; certainly recommend reading the detailed directions on their website. Place is small with a small bar and two sets of patio furniture right as you walk in. The brewing operation is just further back and in plain sight. They were in the middle of a boil when we walked in, so the place smelled outstanding. Everything about the place lets you know you’re in the middle of a small, working brewery. Service was good and they offered samples for $1 each. Good number of beers on tap and most were really good with a few interesting ones with specialty ingredients. Cool place, friendly brewer/staff, and tasty beers.
This is a small warehouse style brewery, almost a storage locker, with some lawnchairs and mismatched furniture. Eight beers were on when we visited, a buck for each four to six ounce sample. Beers were tasty, so it’s worth a visit.