Craft beer rules at the 2017 New England Brewfest, June 23-25, 2017. What was once a niche market is now mainstream and growing, as evidenced by this year’s impressive lineup of brewery participants. Make A Newfound B&B your base and enjoy a day—or three—at this brew-centric weekend.
This event is a great opportunity to taste some top pours and sample what’s new in brew. Held throughout the Lincoln-Woodstock area of new Hampshire, the three-day schedule is packed with workshops, tastings, food and beer pairings, and entertainment. Here’s what’s on tap.
Friday, June 23, 2017
A two-hour ride on the Café Lafayette Craft Beer Train along the Pemigewassett River; includes dining on locally-sourced dishes with beer pairings.
Beer Pairing Dinner hosted by One Love Brewery and featuring a series of stationed pairings in a very cool setting.
Saturday, June 24, 2017
On Tap at the New England Brewfest, 4:00p.m. – 8:00 p.m.: includes an official tasting glass, beer samples, and live music.
New England Brewfest Seminars: what’s new in brew, visits with brewers, and sample tastings.
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Brewers Brunch offers a chance to mingle with brewers and learn what’s new while enjoying a light lunch—with beer, of course!
Believing Brewers. Yes, there is a connection between beer, history, and religion, as guests will learn at this gathering, hosted by Loon Mountain Ministry.
Regional breweries that will be participating are Henniker, Magic Hat, Samuel Adams, Wachusett Brewing, Switchback, The Traveler Beer Company, Smuttynose, Sebago, Shipyard, One Love, Brooklyn Brewery, and Mountain Smoke House 7.
In addition, there will be two craft ciders at the fest: Angry Orchard Hard Cider and Woodchuck Draft Cider.
2017 New England Brewfest
June 23 – 25, 2017
Check the Brewfest website for specific locations and pricing for the various events.
We’ll have all the information here at the B&B too. Plan to stay with us for the weekend and enjoy some warm New Hampshire hospitality in addition to all that good brew.