5 Top Local Breweries to Try
Owl’s Nest Resort is surrounded by spectacular mountains, farms, scenic views…and beer! If you’re looking to test your taste buds, we recommend trying the many local breweries right in our backyard. All within an hour from the resort, you can visit just one or make it an all-day adventure.
1. 1766 Brewing Company and Grill
As you drive south from the resort, you’ll quickly stumble upon 1766 Brewing Company. Standing proudly on rich history, this quaint brewery offers 11 beers on tap, from IPAs and stouts to citrusy wheat ales. You can enjoy local musicians as you sip your brew or order some food off the flaming hot grill. 1766 Brewing Company is a local favorite and they will be excited to welcome you too.
2. One Love Brewery
Just a little further north is the One Love Brewery. This brewery is a 20bbl master crafted brewery with a full-service restaurant. Offering five German inspired beers and a delicious food menu, this place might just be YOUR one love. They even have a dog friendly area in the summer and fall so your furry friend can get in on the fun.
3. Woodstock Inn Brewery
Located right next to One Love Brewery, Woodstock Inn Brewery is filled with historical charm and beautiful wood details. The beer may be cold, but the atmosphere is warm and inviting. Stop by and try one of their 16 beers on tap where they offer seasonal flavors and famous year-round brews.
4. Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Company
If you’re up for a scenic drive through New Hampshire, then head east to Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Company. You’ll find fresh beer all the time. Quench your thirst with 10 on tap beers or try a flight of any five beers for those who want to try it all. As if the beer wasn’t enough, you can also join them for drinks, food, and trivia night every Tuesday.
5. Tuckerman Brewing Company
As you approach the Maine border, you will find Tuckerman Brewing Company. Enjoy the full brewery experience with a tasting room, a tour of the brewery, and award-winning beer. The tasting room is open daily, and tours begin at 2pm and 4pm. Not only will you be able to taste up to eight beers, but you’ll also learn about the history of Tuckerman and the process it takes to make their fantastic brews.