Our friend Thomas from Greasy Luck Forge is going to be here with his portable forge all afternoon on November 3, making his beautifully crafted iron bottle openers. Hang out on the porch, #HaveABlasty and watch Thomas work his hammer & anvil...and go home with a beautiful piece of functional art. (You are going to love how it fits in your hand...) Also, make sure to ask Thomas about "Archer."
Love The Moth Radio Hour? Love scary stories? Love beer? Bring a story to tell, and come over to Blasty Bough for a pre-Hallows' Eve storytelling circle led by scary-story guy (and friend of Blasty Bough) Curt McDermott. Come join in an evening of original, live storytelling (no notes!) that would scare old E.A. Poe right out of his wits.
Lace up your boots! We're getting together with our friends from Bear-Paw Regional Greenways for an easement hike and a gathering in the taproom. Come join in! Bear-Paw does the great work of conserving open space around here, and holds easements on our fields and forest.
Join us for a (mostly) flat 2.5 mile hike led by Brewmaster Dave with our friends from Bear-Paw. We'll walk from the Epsom Town Forest back across our conserved lands to the taproom. We’ll see an active beaver dam and the start of a succession forest. Meet up right here at Blasty Bough Brewing Company, and we'll shuttle over to the Town Forest to start the hike. See you here!
We’ve brewed up something crafty to celebrate fall — and the annual Deerfield Arts Tour. It’s a saison made with apples from the trees in our dooryard plus a touch of apple cider. We call it Cezanne Saison. Get it?? You can pick up your Arts Tour map right here at the brewery and then go on a backroads arts discovery tour. We’ve got some wicked talented artist neighbors around here!
Mandolin players rejoice! Carlo Aonzo, world-reknowned Italian master of the mandolin, will be coming to teach a three-hour workshop at Blasty Bough Brewing Company on Saturday, September 22. All levels welcome. We will hold the workshop in the concert space above the taproom, and the workshop will be followed by a concert that night at 7. Workshop only: $50, concert, $20. Combo ticket, workshop plus concert, $60. Space is limited in both workshop and concert, so make sure to RSVP!
Brewmaster Dave will lead a walk of the farm and woodland trails with our friends from Bear-Paw Regional Greenways. The walk will end with a gathering at the Blasty Bough taproom.
Bear-Paw is the local land trust that holds easements on our land, so we thought it would be fun to take a walk and drink some beer together.
Join us for a mostly flat 1.5 to 2 mile hike through the 140 acres of the forests and fields that comprise the Stewart and Jackson conservation lands. We’ll see an active beaver dam and the start of a succession forest. We’ll also help you locate the trail links to other conservation lands, including the Hart Town Forest.
What’s even better than beer? Beer after hiking!
Bring your sea chanteys, your work songs and grog songs and we'll have a time...! Led by the indomitable Fionn Shea, this will be an a cappella song circle in the taproom from 7-9 p.m. Bring your voice, and a song to share and teach...and come #HaveABlasty and raise a song with us!
The NH Brewers Association's 5th Annual NH Brewers Festival will feature the largest collection of NH craft breweries at any Brewfest in the state and the Blasty crew will be there! Come say hi!
More than 40 NH brewers will be on hand, showcasing 100+ NH craft beers.
Saturday, July 14th, 2018 along the grassy shore of the Merrimack River at Kiwanis Waterfront Park in Concord, NH (behind the Everett Arena) from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
More information and tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/5th-annual-nh-brewers-festival-tickets-45138680007