As the North American brewery scene has witnessed an unprecedented surge in popularity over the last decade, many beer enthusiasts have decided to forgo their bland domestic lagers for more unique and sophisticated sapidities. As tastes evolve and palates become more discerning, so do the attributes that constitute how a good beer should taste. One of the fascinating aspects of visiting New Hampshire breweries is tasting new beers that help immerse you in their locality’s sights and sounds via the tasty beverages enjoyed by those inhabiting the region. Perfectly situated near several Laconia, NH, area breweries, the NASWA Resort is the ideal place to bring back a couple of growlers and six-packs to keep the fun going all night.
3 Must-Try New Hampshire Breweries
Before you start your “libatious” journey, we ask that you drink responsibly and be sure to secure a designated driver. Although it would be reasonably easy to search Google for “breweries near me,” deciding which ones to visit may be more challenging. To help streamline your efforts, we’ve put together a useful list of our favorite local New Hampshire breweries. Cheers!
Canterbury Aleworks might be one of the most unique craft beer experiences you’ll ever embark. Known as a nano-brewery, Canterbury is a one-barrel operation influenced by British and Irish handcrafted beers. Water-powered and wood-fired, you’ll take a trip to a simpler time for a surprisingly wide variety for such a small operation.
Although they specialize in beer, Twin Barns is more than a brewery. Besides their eclectic selection of signature beers, TBBC also features a delectable food menu to complement a noteworthy collection of IPAs, porters, and stouts. It bears mentioning that TBBC invites those on “workation” to carry out their tasks from the comfort of the taproom.
Much like Twin Barns, Kettlehead Brewing Company has offerings that extend beyond beers. With a more expansive food menu than most New Hampshire breweries, it’s almost a taproom-restaurant hybrid. Further separating Kettlehead from the pack is a wide variety of craft beers, including an IPA milkshake, imperial stout, hard cider, and hefeweizen.
Laconia, New Hampshire, Lake Resorts: The Perfect Retreat
After sampling some of the local New Hampshire breweries’ most satisfying suds, you can retreat to The NASWA Resort to keep the good times rolling. Our local beer offerings are anything but ordinary, so why book your stay at a typical hotel? With a dynamic assortment of lodging options and on-site amenities, you’ll experience firsthand what makes NASWA a highly coveted destination. For more information or to make a reservation, please visit us online or call 888-55-NASWA.