THE END IS NEAR!
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25TH WILL BE OUR LAST DAY FOR THE SEASON! SO STOP ON BY AND STOCK UP FOR THE WINTER!
ONCE AGAIN, WE ARE OFFERING OUR HOLIDAY SPECIAL: PURCHASE ANY TWO BEERS AND ONE OF OUR HAND TURNED MUGS AND GET A SIGNED COPY OF MY BOOK, FOUNDING OF A COVEN, FREE!
HEMLOCK STOUT: A dark, robust cream stout flavored with the addition of New Hampshire hemlock tree tips. The hemlock & dark roasted barley provide a strong flavor; long aging in the cellar makes it smooth. 4.6% abv. For Hemlock Stout tasting review, See video blog page.
HOOF & HAMMER: A copper-colored, spicy Belgian style ale with a touch of molasses. Fermented with Belgian Abbey and lager yeasts. 5.8% abv.
SNORING MASTIFF: A traditional stout with lots of chocolate wheat malt. Black as night with roasted grain character. 3.5% abv.
MILL HOLLOW SAISON: Earthy and tangy at the same time. A truly classic saison brewed with two yeast strains. 7.6% abv.
BISHOP'S STEED: A classic English ale. Crystal malt character and dry-hopped Fuggles flavor combine for a real treat! 6.4% abv.
ROOSTER'S TOE: A classic English bitter. Goldings hops with a strong malt character and dry finish. 4.9% abv.
CONTENTED HEN: A farmhouse ale with a slight hint of sweetness and aged in oak barrels for a bourbon-like character. 7.6% abv.
VBL: A lager aged in virgin Missouri oak barrels. It has the bite of hops and the smooth of Oak. 5.3% abv.
HIVE & OAK: A traditional ale made with the darkest New Hampshire honey then aged in virgin Missouri white oak barrels. A one of a kind taste experience! 5.8% abv.
SPICED ALE: A copper-colored ale spiced with coriander. A unique taste experience! 5.4% abv.
Contact us to see which retailers offer our beer in your area of New Hampshire.
bEGINNING SUNDAY, MAY 6, THE TASTING ROOM WILL BE OPEN 11-4 EVERY SUNDAY UNTIL THE END OF NOVEMBER!
REMEMBER TO look for us at your favorite retailer. If they don't have us, tell them to give us a call!
Tim Roettiger, owner/brewer of Belgian Mare Brewery, named his brewery after the Belgian mare, Aggie, that can be seen outside his home in East Alstead, New Hampshire.
The basis for the design of Roettiger’s brewery is a gravity-fed process that goes back to Medieval tower breweries. Roettiger said, “Belgian Mare is a very traditional bottle-conditioned beer, which is new to most people. Bottle conditioning involves less control and more art. The last fermentation happens inside the bottle, which provides carbonation and the last bit of flavor.”
Living on a historical farm in Cheshire county of southwest NH, Tim uses a wood fired oven to cook his brews “the old fashion way.” He has been perfecting his recipes for almost a decade in preparation to launching his 3-barrel brewery.