New Hampshire Brewery Spreads St Patty’s Day Vibes Early with Bright Green Beer
I joined the New Hampshire Brewed Facebook group a few months ago and I'm so glad I did! I am discovering so many new breweries that I want to visit in our fine state and making friends with likeminded beer enthusiasts.
Steven and I feel so lucky to live so close to some of our favorite watering holes like Great Rhythm, Liar's Bench, Earth Eagle, and Loaded Question. All of our craft beer dreams are coming true!
The other day Scott Gleason posted a pic in the New Hampshire Brewed group that caught my eye and how could it not?
Check out how vibrant this beer is:
This sour from 603 Brewery in Londonderry is said to be a delightful combo of crisp and tart. A lot of folks in the group said when they bought this beer they had no idea it would be that color until they poured it. What a fun little surprise!
I've never been to 603 Brewery but something tells me I am missing out! A little birdie told me they are bringing back the heated igloos this year which is VERY exciting.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions regarding their heated igloos. (this info is from last year so I will update it if there are any changes to their protocol)
When are igloos available to rent? Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
Is there a time limit? Yes, they are rented in 1 hour and 45 minute time blocks
Are there specific times I can rent an igloo? You are able to rent during their hours of operation (Fri-Sat 12-9pm and Sun.12-6pm).
How many people are allowed per igoo? two people minimum, six people maximum
Can I bring my dog? Yes. DUH!
Are the igloos heated? Each igloo is equipped with LED lights and heaters. However, they do recommend dressing warm on the colder days.
Is there a spending minimum? Yes, Igloo reservations require a $50 food and beverage minimum, igloo agreement signature and a CC authorization form.
Can I call and book an igloo? Sadly, no. You must reserve them online.
Speaking of beer, let's run down the best breweries in the state!
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