Over the past seven years, the Wyman Tavern Brew Fest has become one of the signature fundraising events for the Historical Society of Cheshire County, and it has been a highlight of Downtown Keene’s summer season.

This summer the Brew Fest is back on the grounds of the historic Wyman Tavern Museum. Save the date Saturday, August 6, 2022. Tickets sales begin6/1/2022.

The Historical Society of Cheshire County has been collecting, preserving, and communicating the history of the region for 95 years.

Thank you for your support!


Brewers and Distillers click here brewer packet 2022

West LA Beer Company


647 Route 10 across from the former Nicks Seafood in Swanzey NH

Thursday 4pm to 8pm, Friday 4pm to 9pm , Sat 12 pm to 9pm, Sunday
12pm to 7pm

We are a small batch brewery handcrafting New England IPAs, fruited sours, and lagers.


Branch and Blade Brewing

17 Bradco Street, Keene, NH 03431
Route 10 South, near Hamshaw Lumber/ Ace Hardware.
Turn onto Bradco Street. Branch and Blade is all the way at the end on the right, behind Stingray.

Sunday: 11AM – 7PM
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday-Thursday: 3PM – 8PM
Friday-Saturday: 12PM – 9PM

At Branch and Blade we believe in constantly innovating the world of craft beer. Our goal is to deliver a variety of well-crafted beers of the highest quality. Additionally, we enjoy trying new styles and pushing the limits of our own creativity. We want you, the customer, to love our beer as much as we do.


Elm City Brewing Company

Elm City Brewing Company

The Colony Mill
222 West Street, Keene, New Hampshire 03431

Tuesday-Saturday: 11:30AM- 9:00PM
Sunday: 11:30am-8:00pm
Monday: CLOSED

Opening in 1995, we are proud to be Keene’s first brewery bringing American brewing traditions lost to prohibition (1919 – 1933). Owned and operated by Debra Rivest since its conception, Elm City Brewing Company has become known for superb food and well crafted beers.


Great North Ale Works
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1050 Holt Ave. Unit #14
Manchester, NH 03109

Phone: (603) 858-5789


  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
    3:00 – 7:00
  • Friday
    3:00 – 7:00
  • Saturday
    1:00 – 7:00
  • Sunday
    1:00 – 5:00


Great North Aleworks has been a dream of Rob & Lisa’s for many years. Rob has been a long-time homebrewer and after rediscovering the craft back in 2007, he immersed himself in the hobby. Lisa was always extremely happy with the outcome and even talked Rob into teaching her how to brew some creations of her own.

Around that same time, both Rob & Lisa became active members of the New Hampshire homebrew club Brew Free or Die and began entering their beers in competitions. Rob did well in those competitions, including being crowned four-time Brewer of the Year at the New England Regional Homebrew Competition, taking a silver medal in the final round of the 2013 National Homebrew Competition, and twice making the semi-finals of the Sam Adams Long Shot Competition. In 2010 Rob won the Samuel Adams Patriot Homebrew Competition which gave him the opportunity to brew his beer at the Sam Adams brewery in Boston and have it served on tap at Gillette Stadium for the 2010 New England Patriots season.

Rob has also achieved a National rank in the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) and Lisa has earned the level of Certified Beer Server in the Cicerone Certification Program.

By 2011, it was time to make the dream a reality; Rob and Lisa decided that Rob would leave his day job in the IT world to pursue opening a brewery. Shortly after leaving the corporate world, Rob spent the majority of 2013 working as the first Assistant Brewer at Newburyport Brewing Company, all the while perfecting his recipes, searching for a location, and refining the business plan.

Great North Aleworks

Allagash Brewing

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Allagash Brewing Co.
50 Industrial Way
Portland, ME 04103

Mon & Thu: 11-6, Fri & Sat: 11-7, Sun: 11-5, Tue & Wed: Closed

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Granite Roots Brewing

Granite Roots Brewing

Outlaw Brewing Company

215 Scotland Road, Winchester, NH 03470

The Outlaw Brewing Company
Parking is on the right, before the brewery as you approach it if you came in from 119. Look for the signs.

Please don’t park at the home located near the brewery or turn around in the neighbors driveways.

It is a residential area, 30 MPH let’s be good neighbors.

Brewery and Food Truck
Friday 6-9pm
Saturday 12-9pm
Sunday 12-7pm

2017 The Outlaw Brewing Company was licensed to brew beer in this 178 Square foot cabin.







Frogg Brewing Company

Frogg Brewing Company – Marlborough

108 Main Street Route 101 Marlborough

· Hours open to the public
Thursday 5-8pm
Friday 3-8pm
Saturday 12-8pm
Sunday 1-6pm


Greater Good Imperial Ales

Visit Our Brewery & Taproom!

55 Millbrook Street
Worcester, MA 01606
Call us at 508-926-8736


Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company

Monday: Closed

TuesdayThursday: 12 pm-10 pm

Friday + Saturday: 12 pm- 11 pm

Sunday: 12 pm- 7:30 pm

Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company (greatergoodimperials.com)

Woodstock Inn & Brewery






Sun-Thurs: 11:30a-11p
Fri & Sat: 11:30a-12a


New Hampshire’s Premier Craft Brewery

Inside every one of our beers, you’ll discover a little bit of what makes New Hampshire special. From the mountains, lakes, and streams, to the farms, small towns, cities, and seacoast. Buy our beer at fine outlets across New England. Or better yet, come up to visit us and sample from the source. 20 plus years ago we began with a seven-barrel system, added a 30-barrel production facility and lab that visitors will discover on the premises today. Visit the brewery, take a tour, eat, or stay with us at the Inn!


– Founding Father, Woodstock Inn Brewery

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Tamworth Distillery










Our story is as old as America itself, planting our flag in the heart of a historic New Hampshire village. We’ve set up our distillery in accordance to the land around us, not against it. What we take, we give back. And what we have, we give to you. Taking a cue from the 19th century Transcendentalists of New England, we pull our inspiration and our ingredients from the environment that surrounds us. From start to finish, each spirit embodies our scratch made ethos: local, house-milled grain, pure White Mountain water, herbs and botanicals from the woods and our garden, and local fruits and vegetables.

Our 250-gallon copper still was custom built by Vendome in Kentucky and outfitted with a brandy helmet, whiskey column, gin basket, and rectifying column. These components give us the versatility to produce a variety of different products and change batches with the seasons.

Unlike many producers of craft spirits, we distill our own neutral grain spirit base (rather than purchasing it from an industrial producer) from local organic corn, organic rye, and malt. All of our grains are sourced from farms within a ~150-mile radius during the harvest season, and milled in-house, on-demand, for the freshest flavor.

Tamworth’s water comes from the Ossipee Stratified Aquifer, one of the purest sources on the East Coast. More importantly, it lies on granite bedrock — you cannot frack in granite, so this pure source is safe from that type of industrial pollution.

Our distillery test kitchen serves as a hub for experiments and innovations that fuel our creativity. Many of the ingredients used are sourced from local farms or our own backyard botanical gardens. For flavors that can only be found in the wild, we’ll forage from our other backyard­–the rich New Hampshire wilderness.

Each small batch, scratch made spirit is a taste of our home, and a result of the work of partners large and small: from honeybees and gardeners to farmers and distillers. Our recipes are born from the crops we grow and the histories buried in the soil below.

Be sure to visit the Tamworth Lyceum just down the street to further experience our scratch made philosophy with elevated tastings, bottle shopping, bar supplies, events, and cocktail workshops.

Tamworth Distilling

Henniker Brewing Company

Since 2011, we’ve been brewing beers that we like to drink- that New Hampshire could be proud to call its own.

Our brewery is tucked away in the woods of Henniker, NH on Centervale Road, just a mile outside of Downtown Henniker. Whether you just finished skiing Pat’s Peak or paddling Freight Train, we’re a great place to have a beer and catch up with friends.

So bring the kiddos and the dog! Everyone is welcome at Henniker Brewing Company.


While visiting the brewery can be exciting, we do have a few guidelines to follow while at the taproom:

  • Masks are strongly recommended for unvaccinated folks.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • You may bring your own food into the brewery, but absolutely no outside alcoholic beverages allowed.
  • We are dog-friendly! We ask that your dogs are on a leash at all times while visiting.
  • Growlers must be cleaned prior to refilling. Dirty growlers will not be filled.

Henniker Brewing Co.










100 MAIN ST.


Modestman Brewing is the brain-child of Ash Sheehan, owner/operator. With a curated team of the finest Master Brewers and professional tasting room staff, the brewery continues to grow over the united belief that brewing beer and the communal experience of shared pints, must be intentional and reflective of where our passions lie.  Ultimately, we lead the business with reverence and respect to the industry and our customers who share our beer.

Monday 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Tuesday 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Thursday 12:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday  12:00pm – 11:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm – 11:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Litherman's Limited




WED: 4pm – 8pm
THU: 4pm – 8pm
FRI: 4pm – 8pm
SAT: 12pm – 8pm
SUN: 12pm – 6pm
Sweetwater Farm and Distillery




Tasting Room Hours
Sunday 12pm – 5pm
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday CLOSED
Friday 12pm-5pm
Saturday 12pm-5pm

Distillery Plant in Winchester, NH (newenglandsweetwater.com)

Post and Beam

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