NH Breweries

New hampshire has a rich and bountiful history of brewing beer and we are proud of our stats: we are the largest consumer of beer in the country! So to celebrate, we want to keep you updated where you can go for berewery tours and visit fine providers of craft beer around the state. Currently there are more than 50 breweries operating within the NH border!

The list of nano or micro breweries are:
603 Brewery (Londonderry)
Able Ebenezer Brewing (Merrimack)
Agner & Wolf Brewery (Nashua)
Beara Irish Brewing (Portsmouth)
Belgian Mare Brewery (Alstead)
Big Water Brewery (Salisbury)
Border Brewery (Salem)
Budweiser Brewery (Merrimack)
Candia Road / Nepenthe Ales (Manchester)
Canterbury Ale Works (Canterbury)
Deciduous Brewing (Newmarket)
Earth Eagle Brewings (Portsmouth)
From The Barrel Brewing (Londonderry)
Garrison City Beerworks (Dover)
Great North Aleworks (Manchester)
Great Rhythm Brewing (Portsmouth)
Henniker Brewing (Henniker)
Kelsen Brewing (Derry)
Liar’s Bench (Portsmouth)
Lone Wolfe Brewing (Wolfeboro)
Neighborhood Beer Co (Exeter)
Out Haus Ales (Northwood)
Pipe Dream Brewing (Manchester)
Prodigal Brewery (Effingham)
Redhook Ale Brewery (Portsmouth)
Rockingham Brewing (Derry)
Sea Dog Brewing (North Conway)
Smuttynose Brewing (North Hampton)
Squam Brewing (Holderness)
Stark Brewing (Manchester)
Stoneface Brewing (Newington)
Throwback Brewery (North Hampton)
Tuckerman Brewing (Conway)
White Birch Brewery (Hooksett)

Each of these fine craft brewers offers very specific and enjoyable beers showcasing their many talents. And they have a great following, a few of which sell their craft beyond the NH border.


Next we’ll tell you about NH Brewpubs and Tasting Rooms. This is an ever expanding list as more and more people get involved in creating wonderful tasting brews.

They are:
7th Settlement Brewery (Dover)
Elm City Brewing Co. (Keene)
Flying Goose Brewpub & Grill (New London)
Hobbs Tavern & Brewing (West Ossipee)
Italian Oasis Restaurant & Brewery (Littleton)
Martha’s Exchange (Nashua)
Milly’s Tavern / Stark Brewing (Manchester)
Moat Mountain Smoke House & Brewery (Conway)
Portsmouth Brewery
 (Portsmouth)
Seven Barrel Brewery (West Lebanon)
Schilling Beer Co. (Littleton)
Shackett’s Brewing (New Hampton)
Woodstock Inn Brewery (Woodstock)

It’s just amazing how many people love good beer and want others to try their works of love. The most wonderful thing is that this energy for creating new brew recipes for folks to share is growing faster everyday. There are no less than 16 NEW breweries or brewpubs in the making. That means that the love of great beer will be carried on for a long, long time here in New Hampshire!

When good friends and family gather around good food and great beer, awesome memories are created.

So, when you go looking for a new beer to try, look for one of these establishments to sample their products. And if you are just looking to buy some really good tasting beer and want to see what’s out there, make sure you look for these and many more varieties of great beers on our shelves and see why people are picking us to be the best reason to try different brews in one convenient location, Case-n-Keg, 5 Mill St, Meredith, New Hampshire!

Check out this 2015 Brewery Map here