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Update on construction at the Woodstock Inn Station Brewery – NH

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Here’s an update on the status of construction at the Woodstock Inn Brewery (from their newsletter)

Hi Everyone!!!

We have some very exciting news about what is going on over here at the Woodstock Inn, Station, Brewery and Dam Bar. From a new line of beers to a whole new brewery, life has been interesting to say the least. Here is an update of what is happening here and some fun new ideas we have planned for the future! Most importantly, we were named the White Mountain’s Favorite Restaurant for the Fifth Time!!!

The Dam Bar
Woodstock Inn - The Dam Bar

Construction of the Dam Bar was completed May 25th. Originally conceptualized to be a tiki bar, the idea of the bar quickly manifested itself into being the most unique and cozy bar in New England. Downed beaver trees from Butch’s land accentuate the framework of this legendary spot. We have draft lines and a full service bar, the full menu is available as are the half-priced apps and discounted brews during 3-5, and the bar is open daily until 11 p.m., weather permitting.

Woodstock Inn - Beers

The White Mountain Bomber Series
We are excited for the “formal” announcement of the White Mountain Bomber Series. These 22 oz. bottles will soon be gracing the shelves of your local market. Each bottle is hand labeled and hand poured for absolute quality control. The unique packaging will allow us to bring each store a more diversified portfolio of the Woodstock Inn Brewery’s brand while providing our customers with more exceptional products. Look below for the different labels you will be noticing!!!

Thru Hiker Rye P.A.– A big hoppy Pale Ale brewed with Rye Malt. The Rye gives this brew great flavor and body. We brew this beer in late summer for the Thru Hikers that frequent our brewery. So sit back, quit limping, and sooth your feet and enjoy this wonderful brew.

Last Chair Ale– A calibration between Ski NH and the Woodstock Inn Brewery. Last Chair Ale, is a blend of two different styles to create one delicious offering. Last Chair Ale, offers the wonderful characteristics of a hearty brown ale with intense hoppyness of an IPA. On your last chair to the summit you will looking forward to this delicious celebrative brew.

Kanc Country Maple Porter– The cult favorite! A dark full bodied porter brewed with real maple syrup from Fadden’s Syrup House here in North Woodstock. Black patent malt character shows through in the beginning with a silky smooth finsh.

Wassail– Deep ruby hue, A hearty full bodies holiday ale . Very malty with assertive hoppiness combining with alcohol warmth. 8.0% of deliciousness

4000 Footer IPA– Is a big American IPA that uses Chinook, Amarillo and Columbus hops, that gives this beer it’s bold signature flavor. 4000 IPA is a tribute to New Hampshire’s 48 peaks that are over 4000 feet and all the people who have climbed them. Enjoy! 82 I.B.U.

Old Man Oatmeal Stout– Old Man Oatmeal Stout is a creamy, unfiltered stout that has a bitter sweet finish. This brew is made in tribute to the Old Man of the Mountain who hung in Franconia Notch till May 3, 2003.


Start of construction

Woodstock Inn - Construction

Construction Update…

The Lawton boys are really doing amazing work… and FAST! We can barely keep up with how much they get done daily. Check out a couple photo’s of the construction. Don’t forget, we will have the main bar open on July 4th!
Woodstock Inn - Construction

The image above is the Vaulted Ceiling above the new main bar. The floor you see is just temporary so they can finish the painting. It will also allow us to hang up all the cool stuff we plan on decorating with (chairlift, moose head, ostrich etc.) The color scheme is natural and earth toned, with Adirondack post and beam being the construction style.

Woodstock Inn - Construction

Above you can see the new stage.
Woodstock Inn - Construction

And what you have all been waiting for… The new Bar! The bar area will be open for business July 4th!

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