Glasses are in! More rewards on their way.
Hello Kickstarter backers! Good news: Brew Hampshire glasses are in! Shirts are ordered. The only thing left is tackling the DVD and Bluray authoring and replication (unfortunately the hardest step).... Read more
Screening at the 2015 New Hampshire Film Festival!
Hi everyone! Thank you for your continued patience for rewards as we get through the final stages of Brew Hampshire.
We've got some good news: Brew Hampshire will be screening... Read more
Nanosode #7 — Craft Beer in New Hampshire
In our final nanosode, we hear from Smuttynose Brewing Company's founder, Peter Egelston, about the state of craft beer in New Hampshire. The top three selling craft beers in... Read more
Nanosode #26 — What is a Nanobrewery?
The nanobrewery license is a relatively new thing in New Hampshire. Is it a way for breweries to get their feet wet, or is it an entirely different business... Read more
Nanosode #25 — A&G Homebrew Supply
Alex McDonald talks about A&G Homebrew Supply, the store he opened with his wife, Gretchen. Gretchen's brother Butch Heilshorn is Alex's partner in Earth Eagle Brewings, located next door... Read more
Nanosode #24 - Brewery Names
Steve Allman tells us what it means to create a brewery brand, and we find out the origin of a few brewery names, including 603 Brewery, Kelsen Brewing Company,... Read more
Nanosode #23 — Paradigm Brown Ale
Co-founders Erik Olsen and Paul Kelly talk about what makes their brown ale unusual, and Paul tells the story of one customer who was resistant to try it. Music... Read more
Nanosode #22 - Opening Day
The Able Ebenezer Brewing Company opened their doors in Merrimack, NH on June 14th, 2014. Governor Maggie Hassan made opening remarks and joined co-founders Carl Soderberg, Mike Frizzelle, Zach... Read more
Nanosode #21 — Hippo-HOP-amus
Assistant brewer Chris Naro talks about Throwback's Hippo-HOP-amus, a black roasted rye session ale of his design, and how it feels to have customers drink his beer.
And THANK... Read more
Oh no, no Nanosode today! We're currently in transit back from Singapore, so the 30+ hours will be taking its toll on our Kickstarter schedule. We'll be back on track... Read more
Nanosode #20 — New Hampshire
Of our 32 interviewees (so far!), maybe only five or six were born in New Hampshire. What brought the rest of them here and what is it about New... Read more
Nanosode #19 — First Day Brewing
In this nanosode, Kelsen Brewing Company's co-founders Erik Olsen and Paul Kelly talk about their first day as professional brewers (hint: it wasn't perfect) and the importance of quick... Read more
Nanosode #18 — Heritage Avenue Tour
Smuttynose Brewing Company just moved into a beautiful and efficient new facility on Towle Farm, but for the first twenty years of their existence, they operated out of a... Read more
Nanosode #17 — Getting the Word Out
Head brewer Chris Shea and marketing manager Ryan Maiola talk about the work they do to spread the word about Henniker's beer. Music by Mark Robiillard
Nanosode #16 - Brew New Hampshire
Beer tourism in the great state of New Hampshire is on the rise! Scott Schaier (executive director of the Beer Distributors of New Hampshire) and JT Thompson (Minister of... Read more
Nanosode #15: Doing it Yourself — Out.Haus Ales
Out.Haus Ales founder and only employee, Tom Albright, talks about the benefits of doing everything himself.
Nanosode #14 — Cooking and Brewing
One Love Brewery’s owner and brewer Michael Snyder compares brewing and cooking, and talks about why he fell in love with beer and brewing.
Nanosode #13 — Restoring the Mill
Co-founder Josh Henry and founding brewer Nate Sephton, both former contractors, explain how they reshaped their space in an historic mill building in downtown Dover into a beautiful brew... Read more
Nanosode #12 — Love of Craft Beer
Zack Cooper, owner of Brewtopia—a craft beer and home-brew supply store, and beer reviewer Chris Casey talk about their love of craft beer and what it means to them.... Read more
Nanosode #11 — Throwback Brewery
Today we head back to Throwback Brewery in this deleted scene from our short documentary about them. This is the story of how assistant brewer Chris Naro left his... Read more
Nanosode #10 — Canterbury AleWorks
Steve Allman, creator, owner, and sole operator of Canterbury AleWorks, speaks about creating his own brewing system, and how the entire brewery and tasting room reflects his personality. Music... Read more
Nanosode #9 — Granite State Brewers Association
In this nanosode, White Birch Brewing founder Bill Herlicka (GSBA president) and Smuttynose Minister of Propaganda JT Thompson (GSBA Vice President) talk about the Granite State Brewers Association and... Read more
Nanosode #8 - Officers
Today's nanosode takes us to Merrimack, NH, where Able Ebenezer Brewing Company is located. They're having a grand opening tomorrow at noon, so what better time to share another... Read more
Nanosode #7 - Getting into Craft Beer
Tap Handle Show is a New Hampshire-based beer podcast with guests from all over the country, hosted by Michael Hauptly-Pierce and Tim Roberts. In this nanosode, Michael shares how... Read more
Nanosode #6 - Co-op Brewery
In downtown Dover, NH, you'll find 7th Settlement, a farm-to-table restaurant and brewpub. But operating out of the same brewhouse is One Love Brewery, their sister brewery. One Love... Read more
Nanosode #5 - Then and Now
Nanosode #5 takes us to White Birch Brewing located in Hooksett, NH. Founder Bill Herlicka talks about how the nanobrewery landscape has changed in the past five years. [Music... Read more
Nanosode #4 - Local Brewery
Today's Nanosode brings us to 603 Brewery, located in Londonderry, NH. Co-founders Dan Leonard and Geoff and Tamsin Hewes talk about their love for New Hampshire and how they... Read more
Nanosode #3 - Smuttynose
When we asked people to list some of their favorite New Hampshire breweries, one name came up a lot. Alex McDonald from Earth Eagle Brewings, Chris Naro and Nicole... Read more
Nanosode #2 - Burn the Ships
This nanosode shows the Able Ebenezer founders brewing their last batch on their pilot system in Carl Soderberg’s garage. When they open, one of their flagship beers will be... Read more
Nanosode #1 - What are Gruits?
Our first update has arrived! Co-founders and co-brewers Alex McDonald and Butch Heilshorn of Earth Eagle Brewings (located in Portsmouth, NH) explain what gruits are and why they were so... Read more