Fort Mountain Double IPA

Fort Mountain Double IPA (7.8 abv) has a citrus and floral hop nose, balanced with malty sweetness. We named it after the tallest peak in our little town (a whopping 1,413 feet). If you’re enjoying your beverage on our porch, Fort Mountain is the second peak to the left of the red barn. We think Fort Mountain DIPA is the height of taste!

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Matthew Byrne
Jug City Brown

Jug City (5.4 abv) Brown, named for the local village of the same name, is a British-style brown with notes of caramel, coffee, treacle and chocolate balanced with a solid base of East Kent Goldings hops.

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Matthew Byrne
The Holly King

The Holly King (10.1 abv) is a gingerbread imperial stout, brewed in honor of the winter solstice and all the merriment of the season! (In ancient traditions, the Holly King represented the waning sun and the Oak King represented the return of the sun at the winter solstice. This illustration is the Holly King as embodied by the “Ghost of Christmas Present” in our family’s very favorite holiday tale.) Happy Yule!

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Lois Shea
Jigs ‘n Reels Red

Jigs ‘n Reels (4.7 abv) is a rich Irish Red, brewed with pure New Hampshire maple syrup and spruce tips....from the two trees used to build many a stringed instrument on which to play jigs and reels.

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Matthew Byrne
Miss Elsa's Elderberry Beer

Miss Elsa’s (4.2 abv) is named for Miss Elsa Atwood Griffin, who keeps watch over our taproom. We found her photo in the attic of this old Griffin Road farmhouse. She was born and raised right here, and became a head nurse at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. We think Miss Elsa had about seen it all, and we think she would have approved of a tart beer containing the good-for-what-ails-ya properties of native elderberries. (Fun fact: We also discovered that Miss Elsa and Lois had ancestors who came to this country on the same boat…a rickety wooden thing called The Mayflower.)

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Lois Shea
Boonie-Cruiser IPA

Boonie-Cruiser IPA (6.2 abv). If you made it here, you’ve been boonie-cruising! (Exploring on the dirt roads just to see what you might find). Dry-hopped with Centennial, Boonie-Cruiser is a juicy New England IPA with an adventurous spirit!

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Matthew Byrne
The Blasty Bough

The Blasty Bough (4.7 abv) is an easy-drinking American amber, lightly hopped. A “blasty bough” is a branch of pine, turned amber by the sun, and used to start a fire. A Blasty Bough kindles something new: new fires, new traditions, new friendships. (Plus, we just think it’s wicked fun to say out loud.) We hope you love it. #HaveABlasty

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Matthew Byrne
Tiny Trailer Pale

Tiny Trailer Pale (5.0 abv) is a refreshing pale ale with a citrusy sweetness. Brewed with those wanderers in mind who come to the woods to live deliberately...Perfect for enjoying life unplugged.

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Matthew Byrne
Coming soon!

Jug City (5.4 abv) Brown, named for the local village of the same name, is a British-style brown with notes of caramel, coffee, treacle and chocolate balanced with a solid base of East Kent Goldings hops.

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Matthew Byrne