Tag: Portsmouth Brewery

  
Mug Club 2.0: Craft Brewers Modify Loyalty Programs to Sow Deeper Relationships The Business of Beer by

In the face of heightened competition, breweries are finding new ways to attract and reward loyal customers by modernizing the “mug club” concept.

Tyler Jones, Head Brewer, Black Hog Brewing Co. Going Pro by

At Connecticut’s Black Hog Brewing Co., Tyler Jones brews creative twists on classic styles with experimental hops, farm-fresh produce, and adjuncts like ginger, sage, and rosemary.

The Wait Unfiltered by

While nothing draws a crowd like a crowd, standing in line for beer is too often about following the masses rather than one’s own palate—or curiosity.

Smuttynose Brewing Company: Scaling Up in New Hampshire From the Source by

The 20-year-old, Hew Hampshire operation Smuttynose Brewing Company moved in 2014 from a cramped and thoroughly analog brewery to a new facility featuring state-of-the art equipment.

Tod Mott, Co-founder and Brewer, Tributary Brewing Co. Last Call by

Tod Mott started as an all-grain homebrewer in the late ’80s; after an internship at Catamount, he landed a gig with Harpoon and then joined Portsmouth Brewery. Now Mott and his wife are opening Tributary Brewing Co., in Maine.

Portsmouth, N.H. & Kittery, Maine Destinations by

The Portsmouth Brewery and it sister brewery Smuttynose just a few miles away already made Portsmouth, N.H. a craft beer destination, but the scene has improved even more in the past few years. More adventurous tap lists also lie just across the river in Kittery, Maine.

Tod Mott of Portsmouth Brewery Going Pro by

Tod Mott has worked all over New England, but settled into a nice groove at the Portsmouth Brewery, Smuttynose’s brewpub sister.