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Milly's Tavern / Stark Brewing Company

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Milly's Tavern / Stark Brewing CompanyMilly's Tavern / Stark Brewing Company
BA SCORE
87
very good

47 Ratings
Ratings: 47
Reviews: 37
rAvg: 3.82
pDev: 12.57%
Active Beers: 23
Beer Ratings: 196
Beer Avg: 3.67
Taps: 15
Bottles: 0
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

500 North Commercial St
Manchester, New Hampshire, 03101-1151
United States
phone: (603) 625-4444

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap 

Notes:
On *Firkin Fridays*, we will be tapping a new cask ale which will be available throughout the weekend until it's all gone. Depending on production and consumption, a new cask will be tapped every Friday or other Friday. Look for Firkin Friday details on our website and in our email newsletter.

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Photo of BlueHammer
3.55/5  rDev -7.1%

My team and I made a trip up to New Hampshire just to visit Milly's. I'd never been and they wanted to take me as I am a pumpkin beer fan and theirs had garnered support from the non-pumpkin beer fans among us.

I'd heard a lot about Milly's and had a vision of what it might look like but I was wrong. It's down near the river in the old mill section of the town. Inside looks like a dive bar but in a sense, that can add to the atmosphere - a no-frills type of place.

While we were there, they were setting up for live music. Evidently, the place turns into something of a night club later on in the night.

Not many people were there to eat, most were sitting at the bar. There was only one waitress working and she seemed a little "out-of-it". She forgot to put in an order for our appetizer. The food was good, but not unforgettable. The beer, was another story. It was superb.

I don't think I'll be driving up to New Hampshire again for a trip to Milly's. However, if I'm in the area I will definitely stop by for a brew.

BlueHammer, Nov 22, 2006
Photo of Seumas
4.13/5  rDev +8.1%

How do you fairly evaluate a place that comes across as having a dual personality on each of the criteria used to evaluate it (except value)?

The atmosphere of the place rates as somewhere between average and good as a brewpub, but somewhere between good and exceptional as a tavern.

The brewers are good, but the cater to both the micro afficionado and the Spud-drinker. Read the descriptions, as well as the headings, in the beer menu before you order, or you may be disappointed.

The service was average, the evening I was there. But the willingness of the wait staff was exceptional.

The selection of brews is pretty impressive, even with the proviso expressed when describing quality.

The food was on the average side of good, but the effort the staff took to get me what I wanted definitely raised this rating.

Seumas, Nov 18, 2006
Photo of Zoh
4.1/5  rDev +7.3%

I go to school at the sattelite campus of UNH which is right next door to the building that Milly's is in, so I am there about once a week. The greatest thing about Milly's is the happy hour; $1 drafts (of excellent beer) and half-price appetizers from 4pm-7pm Monday through Friday.

The atmosphere is hard to pin down. Kind of warehouse-like with it's huge open spaces, but also historic since the pub is in a century old mill building. The bar wraps around the fermenters and has rooms for at least three dozen people. There are also a dozen or so tables on the floor in front of the stage. Pool tables are in the back and there are several tvs around the bar. Unfortuately the decor is somewhat run down, with old tables, chairs, and barstools that could stand to be replaced. Not a problem for me and my buddies, but this never sits well with the wives. The bar can also get pretty smoky, again not a problem for me, but beware of smell-sensitive wives.

Service is usually decent, but not always very quick. It is however, uniformly friendly in my experience.

Beer selection is always excellent with eight standard brews and four rotating seasonals or whatever head brewer Mike has cooked up recently. The standards are a porter, oatmeal stout, IPA, red ale, cream ale, and a few others. Friday is also cask day. This is usually one of their own beer that has been cask conditioned, but occasionally a small batch that that has been casked.

Food is nothing too special. Most of the appetizers are microwaved or deep-fried pub fare. One exception is the sausages that come from a local supplier and are marinated in the pub's Red Tail Ale. Sandwiches are always good and fresh made, but overall the reason to go to Milly's is the beer, not the food.

Since I rarley go to Milly's outside of happy hour, the value for me is excellent. A couple of pints and an appetizer for less than $8 is always a good deal in my book. Even outside of happy hour though, beer is well-priced and food is reasonable.

One of my favorite places in New Hampshire and I encourage all New England BAs to check it out!

Zoh, Oct 02, 2006
Photo of superdudeo
4.08/5  rDev +6.8%

I have trouble believing that I lived only a fifteen minute walk away but I never have been to this place. Great beer selection. All homemade and really they go out of their way to make good homebrew. The atmosphere isn't much to talk about. It's really open, kind of awkward and the barstools are a little uncomfortable. Also the bartender was bitching about his baseball league and it took me a while to put in my order. Maybe I shouldn't be so picky. Anyways, they have a kickass happy hour. My subsequent trips were great, this is without a doubt a better beer bar than Strangebrew up the road (which doesnt have a happy hour like they do.) Cheap beer from 4-7 every day of the week. Where do you get that?
If you want cheap beer, good beer, and creative beer this is the place in Manchester for you. Kind of hard to find, but isn't that the case for all the good bars?

superdudeo, Aug 26, 2006
Photo of hbis2gut
3.83/5  rDev +0.3%

I'm truly surprised it took me this long to finally visit since I live 10-15 minutes north of the brewpub and all of my vacations and trips have some kind of beer oriented twist to them.
The location is a bit imposing being under the highway overpass, but the mill building itself seems quite appropriate. Once inside I got a distinct "warehouse" feeling. Very open and without alot of warmth. Initially, the atmosphere is a turn-off for me. This is especially the case when I saw all of the "coors light, budweiser, and other swill" advertised all over the brewpub in the form of flags and posters. I can't understand why a place like this would cater to the Nascar/BudLight crowd when the beers are truly outstanding.

The good news is that the beers were all exceptional. This is especially true when I compare them to the other two NH brewpubs I visited lately, Woodstock Inn and Marthas Exchange. If I had my way, I would combine the atmosphere of the Woodstock Inn and the beer from Milly's.
There were 4 of us that 1st night and we were able to rifle through quite a complement of different beers. We quickly met the manager(possibly the owner), and when I began discussing the beers he had the Head Brewer Mike come out and talk to us for a while. It was a really nice touch and he is a really down to earth guy with and obvious passion for beer. In fact, he was working out the last few days before a beer vacation to Belgium and Germany. He gave us the lowdown on styles he's working on and upcoming cask ales. He also gave us a free sampler of a whisky cask Porter that was just great.

As far as food, we only had apps and sandwiches, but the food was high quality and fresh. There didn't seem to be anything truly unusual for the gourmand types out there but many pub staples and a good variety. This is a nice surprise as well considering many brewpubs seem to treat food as an afterthought...

Long story short, this is a brewpub where the beers speak for themselves. I would revamp the atmosphere and tacky decor if it were my place, but it won't stop me from visiting often to see the regular beers as well as the specials and cask pulls. Also, happy hour here cannot be beat. Great deals on pints and half price apps. 3pm - 7pm? See you there!.

hbis2gut, Apr 18, 2006
Photo of warriorsoul
3.48/5  rDev -8.9%

Stopped in for lunch and a pint while visiting some local contractors today.
Easy enough to find...right downtown near the Civic Center and easily spotted from afar thanks to a large Milly's sign above the pub itself. Milly's is located on the lower level.
Walk in to a fairly dark building with hardwood floors, a large area for bands, etc.. with the PA monitors still there.
A decent sized bar to seat a dozen or more and tables to seat quite a number of parties...a worn look on the tables and chairs as I felt like I was about to drop through my seat at an adjacent table to the bar itself.
Not used to the smoking anymore, but I was able to stay clear of the smoke quite easily with just a handful of drinkers enjoying a smoke on their lunch break.
The bartender was also the waitress and took my order fairly quickly...asked for the bleu cheese burger, but received the bbq/bacon cheeseburger instead in about 15 minutes or so. No biggie, as the beef was awesome and the burger and fries were both piping hot and delicious.
I only enjoyed one beer...the Manch Vegas IPA which was a solid IPA yet served too cold. Probably goes over well with the locals, as every one of them were drinking bud bottles...sad really, because there were at least 10 different craft brews to choose from. A red ale, IPA, porter, scotch ale, barleywine, imperial stout, anniversary ale and a few others I can't recall.
Reasonable prices on the food and the pint was just $3.25...great deals on happy hours with $1 pints from 4-7 I believe.
I asked the waitress if I could get one of the stronger brews to go and asked to speak with the brewer since he is quite active on the site, but she never came back to me with and answer on the growler and never saw Mike...oh well. It's a shame...would have loved to bring home a nice growler of the Impy or Scotch, but I wasn't going to wait around for an answer...had to get back home to work.
A great place to enjoy a few beers and burger if you don't mind the smoke. Not sure I'd make this a place I would take out of town visitors as the service was a bit inadequate, but I'd come by with a handful of BA's and work on depleting the brews.

warriorsoul, Mar 10, 2006
Photo of Sycodrummer
4.08/5  rDev +6.8%

Milly's is in the lower level of a brewpub/coffee house/night club establishment. A wierd combination, but very good nonetheless.

The interior is very wide open with brick walls and tables scattered across what must become the dance floor when the place is in nightclub mode. The waitress promptly attended to the table and took beer orders which were brought promptly and in the proper glasswear and presentation.

The food selection was fairly typical pub grub featuring burgers, sandwiches, melts, and wrap-ups. The food took quite a long time but was told this was because they were filling a 100+ burger catering order and a lot of the grill space was being used for this. Still, the food was brought out hot and tasted great. Some nachos were also supplied on the house to make up for the wait.

The beer selection had 12 to choose from, 5 of which were seasonal selections. A very varied selection and something to pair with just about anything you order.

Value is very good with it pretty easy to get two beers and lunch for around 15 bucks. A good stop to hit in Manchester and one ill be back to when in the area.

Sycodrummer, Nov 30, 2005
Photo of stalefish666
4.44/5  rDev +16.2%

We were on our way north from RI through New Hampshire and stopped in at Milly's in Manchester. The pub was in the basement of the building giving it a dark but warming feeling. It was a Thursday afternoon and really quiet down there which was nice. The brewing equipment was set up directly behind the bar. They had a great selection on tap with about ten brews and three or four seasonals. The bartender was incredibly accommodating. We were able to make up a couple different sample racks and she let us try the seasonal taps on the side. Mike, the head brewer, came over to greet us after we expressed our interest in his beers and explained we were on a beer tour of NH. He really took the time to talk about the beers and the recipes and drew us a map of some other cool places to check out. We favored the Milly's Oatmeal Stout, the Manch Vega IPA and the 7.7% Hopnoxious. The Hopnoxious is a great choice for hopheads! We didn't have food but the rack of ribs looked really tasty. I can't wait to go back to enjoy their fine elixirs. Thanks Mike!

stalefish666, Oct 25, 2005
Photo of ILiveOffHops
4.22/5  rDev +10.5%

I just visited Milly's last night (Wednesday night) with a few friends, one visiting from San Diego. Milly's is located in an old mill down by the river in Manchester. The reason we went to Milly's tonight is because we were informed it was the only place in Manch with much of anything going on. $6 cover, but $1 draft beers and well drinks. If you're having a few or more beers then it is definitely worth it. I'll also have to check out happy hour, supposedly $1 drinks and 1/2 price appetizers.

Anyway, Wednesday night was a dance party essentially. Not my scene, but we found some seats down the end of the bar away from the bad dance music. Once we were situated in our spot the night became much better. The bartenders were attentive to us all night, even though they were serving over a hundred people. They were even interested in what we thought of the beers. The quality of the beer itself was great, very fresh. However they served the beer in a plastic cup! I was taken aback. I know that it was a cheap beer night, but even still at a brewery I expected more. With that said, the beers were very good. I had the Manch-Vegas IPA, the Hopnoxious Double IPA, the Evil Eye Saison and a sip of the Porter, the Alter Ego Alt and the Hefeweizen. I will leave the details of the brews for their own reviews. My advice is to try the Hopnoxious IPA and the Evil Eye.

I will be visiting Milly's again, next time I will go during happy hour or an off night at least.

***

My last review was unfair. I reviewed Milly's on a bad night, Wednesday, college night.

Tonight I visited for happy hour (M-F 4-7 PM 1/2 price apps and $1 drafts!). It was pretty quiet with just a few minute wait to get a beer. Started with the 4th Anniversary, a bittter ale.

I also had the tasty combo platter- mozarella sticks, chicken tenders, potato skins. Food was quick and hot. Portions aren't huge, but the food is prepared with care. Service was good. I followed food up with General Stark's and the Oatmeal Stout. Both VERY good.

The atmosphere is fairly "divey" in that it is dark and smokey, in a very rustic setting- old wooden tables, bars, and bar stools. Definitely not the place for a date, but a damn good bar for a cigar! ... or just a few beers.

ILiveOffHops, Sep 08, 2005
Photo of WanderingFool
3.63/5  rDev -5%

Milly's is closed on Sunday's in the summer, however since a big event was happening in the field across the street they were open for lunch and dinner. When my friends and I arrived we were the only customers in the place.

The restaurant only seats about 50 people. Another 20 or so could sit at the bar and the few tables in that area. This place is more a bar than a restaurant anyway. Being in the basement, it's rather dark and there's a large stage toward the front above the dining tables. This is where the bands set up. In the evening they move all the tables and that area becomes a dance floor.

The menu was your basic pub fare, burgers, soups, chicken, etc. I tried one of their burgers and thought it was good. However, the fryolator was broken so there were no french fries available. At the end of the meal I was a bit disappointed to find out the price wasn't discounted due to the lack of fries. Prices were very reasonable. My burger was under $8 and beers were $3.25. Weekday happy hour you can get full pints for $1 and 2 for 1 appetizers.

Lucky for me I arrived on a day when a couple new beers were brought on tap, an Imperial IPA and a saisson. I tried the IIPA, which was very tasty and the John Stark Porter (malty and chocolatey, yum!). I also had a sip of the Harvest ale, very crisp and delicious. There were about a dozen beers to choose from and I'd love to try them all.

While enjoying some beers the head brewer, Mike, joined us for a while. He told us about his recipies, brewing process and upcoming brews. He's a cool guy and makes some awesome beers!

Milly's is a great bar with some great beer. If you're looking for a dance club with some microbrews this is the place. However, if you want to eat dinner and relax with friends you may not be so happy here. Get your dinner first, then head to Milly's for some awesome brews.

WanderingFool, Aug 30, 2005
Photo of waughbrew
2.75/5  rDev -28%

Under the bridge street bridge, in the basement of an old mill building. Dark, dirty,and a little smoky. Three main areas - first you walk into a big open space that is where the dancing/djs/bands must happen. Down a few stairs brings you to the dining area with a bunch of tables and a couple of video games. Procede further and you get to the cavernous bar area, with plenty of seating and room to hang out, a TV, a chalkboard with the beers on tap. Right behind the bar is the brewery with all of the tanks out in the open.
My party sat down in the dining section on a Thursday at 5:30PM and waited for 10 minutes. Nothing. Went up to the bar to see if we could get some attention, and it took me 5 minutes to get the bartender's attention. I was practically waving my hand in the guy's face. After ordering some drinks from our new waitress, we waited another 10 minutes. Nothing. The place was almost empty except for the bar, and the waitress had "forgotten" about us! The porter was nice. After waiting 30 more minutes, our appetizer sampler was served. Pretty crappy. Seemed like microwaved frozen food. The IPA was not good. The scotch was decent but not much to my liking. We decided to eat our main meal somewhere else.
This place is definitely a bar and should not try to be a restaurant. Despite the crap service, this strikes me as a good place to hang out with your guy buddies and have a few beers. Might not be a place for the ladies (the two I was with said it was dirty, shady, and not a place they would go to again). With happy hour from 4-7pm m-f including 1/2 price apps and $1 pints, I would go again just for that.

A guy's place to relax and have some beers.

waughbrew, Jul 18, 2004
Photo of ColForbin
3.5/5  rDev -8.4%

Milly's Tavern is located in the basement of an old textile mill in Manchester (hence the name). There is no obvious sign outside that they brew their own beer. It has nice brick walls and big old windows, but unfortunately, not much thought was put into the decor. The tables and chairs seem like they came from a rummage sale. Some people might like this, but I think in such a grand old building, it might be nice if it was a little more put together.

We were there early on a Friday night and the crowd was dominated by locals. My wife and I sat at the bar. I ordered a Manch-Vegas IPA and my wife (being pregnant) ordered a root beer. She was told that they were all out of home-brewed root beer. Later, however, we saw another bartender serving the root beer to someone else. I flagged him down and asked him to get one for my wife - he had to go to the fridge in the kitchen to get it, but at least he didn't lie like the first guy. I was pretty disappointed.

The IPA, however, was not disappointing - extremely hoppy and fresh with a ton of grapefruity cascade goodness. The food was pub fare - the menu wasn't extensive, but what they had, they made well. The chili for 4.25 is a huge bowl with fresh jalapenos on top served with chips. It was a great meal for not a lot of money. I was traveling, so I only could sample one beer, but if it is any indication, the rest of them should be pretty good.

We missed the happy hour by about 15 minutes. It was advertised as being from 4-7 Mon-Fri and sounded like a great deal: $1 drafts, 1/2 price appetizers and $2 well drinks (yes, they do have a full liquor license). They also serve a couple bottled macros for those of you with less-enlightened friends. Milly's is a pretty good place to stop for a pint if you are passing through, and with live music on the weekends, would be a pretty good place to hang out if you live in the area.

ColForbin, Jul 12, 2004
Photo of Bierman9
4.08/5  rDev +6.8%

I have now (26FEB04) added a food review to my original review below. Dined here last night prior to a Monarchs game w/Alewife and my Daughters. All dug a combo platter appetizer of mozzarella sticks, chicken fingers and potato skins. Alewife and I dug our Bo's Burgers, and the girls wolfed their chicken finger platters. Typical pub-grub, yes, but plentiful and tasty. We don't go for any fancy fru-fru stuff. And, apps are 1/2 price from 4-7P Monday thru Friday (as well as $1.00 pints!!! Except the Bo's Scotch Ale, at 8% abv, was a whopping $2.00 per pint!!). Service was good, overall, but the place smells smoky even when few smokers are present. Only bummer.

overall: 4.08
atmosphere: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$

*** ***

(Original review of 21APR02): Milly's is located on the site of the former Stark Mill Brewery, which closed in late 2001. Same head-brewer running the show. Had 9 biers on tap yesterday, with a pilsner-type lager, IPA, Scotch ale, porter and stout among them. IPA and Scotch were both quite good; and samples of the others were similarly decent. Service good, but we were there at an off-peak time. Will have to see how they are at busy times... Pints were $3.25ea, except the Scotch Ale (8%abv), at $5.00/pint. They do 6- or 8-bier samplers, too. Prosit!

8

Bierman9, Feb 26, 2004
Photo of BillyBrew
3.9/5  rDev +2.1%

I really dig this place and wish I appreciated it more when I worked in town.

It took me a few trips to find it, but it is almost under the Bridge Street bridge. Pretty much the basement of an old mill, down a flight into the door and down another half-flight to the bar. A very dark bar even in the afternoon with windows along one side. Very little decoration. A few large, brewery-related paintings of Stark Mill Brewery brews (from before my time). I enjoy how a great brewpub is tucked away in a dark basement, in a dark mill, in a dark city. I hear the nightlife at Milly's is active, but I have never been later the about 7 pm.

I have enjoyed all of thier brews that I have tried, only passing on a few of about ten or 12. They all are extra smooth from extra time spent conditioning. The extra effort is very appreciated. One note is the cream ale, as rare as they are, tasety and smooth.

I have never been there with more than about ten people total, so the service has been great.

The food is limited, but pretty solid and reasonable.

Well worth the effort to find.

Cheers!

BillyBrew, Nov 03, 2003
Photo of artied2
3.85/5  rDev +0.8%

Milly's Tavern in Manchester under the bridge....as you will have read elsewhere, used to be called Stark Mill Brewery. Food's OK, the french onion soup was actually very good, mostly pub grub and non-spectacular at that. Good selection of brewed beers, one of my favorite IPAs here, but something for every taste; red ale, brown ale, porter, stout.... Art the brewer keeps a variety of offerings. The only unfortunate thing is their tendency to keep serving beer long after it has lost its sparkle. For example, here it is September/almost October, and today's special was Summer Wheat for a buck a pint....ouch. Art told us there's an Oktoberfest and a pumpkin ale aging, and should be ready "soon". It is certainly worth the trip up the turnpike to give them a try. In a large venue like a beer summit, the beers from Millie's (the fresh ones, not the Summer Wheat in the dead of winter) would compare well with a lot of their better known counterparts. Smoky place sometimes and usually empty on Saturday afternoons, which allows me to get my butt kicked by my wife at the pool tables in the back without any witnesses.
Give it a try...

artied2, Sep 27, 2003
Photo of ecoboy
3.3/5  rDev -13.6%

From Stark Mills (whose coasters they still use) to Milly's I have seen evidence of slippage in several facets of this location's pub. It makes me a touch sad because, like Charlie Brown's Xmas tree "it's not a bad little [pub,] it just needs a little love."

The space is enticing in a nice New England mill way. Visible beams and ducts. But on a recent Tuesday evening visit, the men's bathroom looked really worn, my stool had a tear in the cusion, dead bugs lay unswept up on the windowsill. It's got a cigarette aroma even with the door open for fresh air. The place needs to be refurbished, bigtime.

The beer is a mixed bag: the scotch was a sweet hammer of a big beer, the IPA was crisp and hoppy. When I gave a friend a taste of my "red tail" he reponded with "that's the worst beer I've ever tasted." Unexpected sour notes dominated this brew.

There was but one cook in the kitchen at 6 p.m. on a weekday. A round of six appetizers took 30 minutes to get to the table. The food is pretty good: fresh chunks of jalepeno on the nachos, rather than canned. Real zing to the buffalo sauce on the fingers. But isn't a place destined to fail if they are unprepared for a party of 7 on a weekday mealtime? Our bartender did her best to guide our taste buds; one friend noting the 8-choice menu, but unable to read it asked if they did a pilsener. She said no, but recommended the commendable cream ale.

Caveat emptor, BA's. Plan ahead (dollar pints at happy hour!!!) and this place may reward you. But I found it a disappointment on my most recent visit.

ecoboy, Sep 10, 2003
Photo of UncleJimbo
4.03/5  rDev +5.5%

Tucked away at 500 Commercial St. near downtown Manchester, NH, almost directly under the Bridge St. overpass, Milly's Tavern is the year old reincarnation (opened January 2002) of the former Stark Mill Brewery. The owner is the same, but the staff, including brewer/manager Art Maynard, is all new.

The brewpub occupies part of a first floor/basement of a mill building near the Merrimack River with parking in the rear. Being partly underground, there are not a lot of windows. Near the entrance is a stage used for live musical acts.

The bar is L-shaped, with the brewing kettles right behind the bar, in full view. The bar is formica topped, and surrounded by square-shaped, fabric-upholstered stools. There are a few televisions around the pub, including a big screen, projection TV in the stage area. The walls are exposed brick and the ceiling is painted but unfinished.

They now have 8 of their beers on tap regularly, with up to 3 more. They offer 6- and 8-beer samplers, but they are very generous with free samples. The bar serves several bottled beers and standard liquors. They also have a Mug Club.

The interior of this brewpub is not overly fancy, but the staff (and some customers) are very friendly, in the true spirit of a Pub. They seem genuinely interested in hearing their customers' comments, and seem to really want to make this place a success.

As for the 11 beers on tap, I have reviewed them elsewhere, but in general they were good to very good. I particularly liked the Manch-Vegas IPA (apparently named after Manchester's nickname), a very well-hopped, flavorful IPA. I also liked Milly's Oatmeal Stout, and two seasonals: Bo's Scotch Ale and the Pumpkin Ale. The brewer let me sample a new brew, an Espresso Stout, which should be available soon. He seems very willing to experiment with new beers, and he said his goal is to try to cover the gamut of styles. They also make a rootbeer.

The pub offers a fairly typical brewpub menu, and I sampled a blue cheese burger and fries which were very good.

In summary, I was quite pleasantly impressed with Milly's Tavern, and I will definitely be back. I think it is worth the drive from Boston, especially if you are driving north through New Hampshire. The pub is only a mile or so off the Granite St. exit (Exit 5) off I-293 N, which itself is not far from I-93.

http://www.millystavern.com/

UncleJimbo, Feb 17, 2003
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Milly's Tavern / Stark Brewing Company in Manchester, NH
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