Category: Wicked Brew Review

Out.Haus Ales- Coffee-Oatmeal Stout

by Jim MacMillan Weirs Times Contributing Writer Continuing the series on individually owned brewers who self-distribute, we will focus on the wide variety of folks who have answered the call to build beers their way. There are more than 40 breweries of all different capacities and varieties of taste sensations around our wonderful state.

Squam Brewing’s “The Camp”

by Jim MacMillan Weirs Times Contributing Writer Because uniqueness helps make New Hampshire such a great place to live, we will look at the entrepreneurial aspects as it applies to brewing beer. There are more than 40 breweries of all different capacities and varieties of taste sensations around our wonderful state. But a unique set of

603 Brewery’s Ice-Out Blonde Ale

by Jim MacMillan Weirs Times Contributing Writer Thanks for your interest in locally brewed beers in and around New Hampshire. We are rated #1 in the USA for consumer consumption so we must be happy seriously happy with our many brew choices. Out neighbor next to us (VT) can be proud of the most craft beers

Stoneface Brewing IPA

  by Jim MacMillan Weirs Times Contributing Writer Our weekly brew review (for those who cherish the love of beer) continues as we may have finally turned the corner on this winter season… but we will still review beers that are winter favorites. Craft brewing is certainly alive and well in and around NH.

Atlantic Brewing – “Ellen’s Coffee Stout”

  by Jim MacMillan Weirs Times Contributing Writer Well, we are about to celebrate yet another St. Patty’s Day on March 17 when supposedly there was much joyous noise made over someone who drove snakes from the streets; or whatever excuse there was for drinking beer again…

Henniker Brewing Co’s “Company” Belgian Quad

by Jim MacMillan, Weirs Times Contributing Writer Welcome to this new weekly brew review and to those who cherish the love of beer! Here each week, we will attempt to give you an honest description of the weekly beer, its brewery in which it came from and their attributes, while keeping it real and not snooty. This