Ichabod Twilight

Ichabod Twilight (7.1 abv) is an American strong ale, named for an American patriot. Ichabod Twilight was a free Black man from Warner, NH who volunteered to serve in the Second New Hampshire Regiment of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. After the war, he moved with his wife to Vermont. Their son, Alexander, would become the first African-American graduate of Middlebury College. We named this beer in honor of Ichabod. (We figured Samuel Adams should not be the only patriot with a beer named after him.) Profits from this beer go to the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire.

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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
McCoy’s Choice

Isabella McCoy’s Choice (5.3 abv) is a robust porter named for a robust woman. Isabella and her husband Charles settled near here in the 1700s. In 1747, Isabella was captured by native Americans, brought to Canada, and sold as a slave to a French family. At the end of the French and Indian war, she was given the choice to return home. It wasn’t an easy choice. Charles McCoy was a vile brute, and Isabella made it clear (and history would record) that she only chose to return for the sake of her children. That was Isabella McCoy’s Choice. We raise a glass to her fortitude.

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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
Farmer’s Alchemy Saison

Farmer’s Alchemy Saison (6.0 abv). What would happen if two farmer-brewers came up with a recipe together and then each went back and brewed it on their own farms...? Farmer’s Alchemy Saison is our special NH Craft Beer Week collaboration with our friends at Canterbury AleWorks. Is “terroir” really a beer thing...? We think yes. Brewed with ginger and bitter orange and spicy rye malt. A little sweet, a little tart, totally refreshing.

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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
Echo Valley Alt

Echo Valley Alt (5.5 abv) is a moderately-hopped altbier in the northern German style. Crisp and clean. (Echo Valley Farm Road runs down the hill along the northern boundary of the farm.)

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Matthew Byrne
Ruby's Wild

Ruby’s Wild (4.7 abv) is a wild-fermented rhubarb ale with mandarina bavaria hops and rhubarb from our very own rhubarb patch on the south side of the brewhouse. Tastes a little like a slice of rhubarb pie in a glass…

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Lois Shea
Coming soon!

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