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Sam Adams Old Fezziwig and Samuel Smiths Winter Warmer
Founders Breakfast Stout
Troegs Nugget Nectar
I've gone to the last two and can say that VIP tickets are a must. Since it's an outdoor event they don't seem to limit the number of tickets they...
Stoneface - relatively new to the NH beer scene but putting out excellent brews
I am looking forward to Cape Ann Brewing's Pumpkin Stout
Although techinically an oatmeal porter, I really enjoy Mayflower
I have always been a fan of Sam Smith's Winter Welcome which didn't make the list
I really enjoyed Moat Mountain's Octoberfest, but you can only find it in NH.
The NH brewfest at Redhook, although not an octoberfest, is a beer festival in October. It's on the last Saturday which I believe is the 25th
I enjoy a good Ipswich IPA
My favorite so far is Spencer Trappist Ale, with honorable mention to Sixpoint HiRes and Victory Hop Ranch
Although I enjoyed them both I prefer Limbo. The Limbo had more of a piney, resin profile with some citrus notes, where I felt Rebel was just a...
Pick up some Jacks Abby Hoponius Union or Mass Rising. Technically they are IPL and double IPL respectively, but are both very good.
I really enjoyed Sam Smiths Winter's Welcome
Bear Republic Racer 5, Bells Two Hearted, and Ithaca Flower Power
I too look forward to Old Fezziwig every holiday season, however as stated above you have to buy a twelve pack just to get two of them. I also...
Definitely take a trek a little south to Andover Liquors. I was just there and they have got as many offerings as One Stop, maybe more. And their...
Founders Breakfast Stout - First time I had it I thought it had way too much coffee bitterness to it, now I can't get enough of it!
For me it's the Sam Adams Winter Pack with 6 varieties of Sam, including Old Fezziwig, Chocolate Bock, Sam Winter and Holiday Porter. You can't...
Mercury Brewing, brewers of Ipswich Ales in Ipswich MA