New Hampshire Beer by Brian Aldrich
: Brewing from Sea to Summit (American Palate)

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In 1859, the legendary Frank Jones Brewery was founded in Portsmouth, paving the way for the booming craft beer scene of today. The surge of budding breweries is bringing exciting styles and flavors to thirsty local palates and neighborhood bars from the White Mountains to the seacoast. Join beer scholars and adventurers Brian Aldrich and Michael Meredith as they explore all of the tastes New Hampshire beer has to offer. They've scoured the taps at Martha's Exchange, peeked around the brew house at Smuttynose and gotten personal with the brewers behind Flying Goose and Moat Mountain. Discover, pint for pint, the craft and trade of the state's unique breweries, from the up-and-comers like Earth Eagle and Schilling to old stalwarts like Elm City and Portsmouth Brewery.
 

About Brian Aldrich

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Brian Aldrich started writing about beer for his blog Seacoast Beverage Lab in March of 2010. Along with his blog and craft beer podcast, Brian is the Beer Master at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel, providing guests with a unique craft beer experience. He lives in Newfields, New Hampshire, with his wife Lisa and dog Madison. Michael started his love for craft beer in 2011 after graduating from Endicott College with his master's in business administration. Co-host of the Seacoast Beverage Lab Podcast since 2012, Michael enjoys exploring all the craft beer world has to offer. Michael works in the beer, wine and spirits industry for a promotional products firm and lives in Salem, Massachusetts. Former Portsmouth Brewery head brewer Tod Mott opened Tributary Brewing Company in Kittery, Maine, in late 2013.
 
Published June 10, 2014 by The History Press. 144 pages
Genres: History, Cooking. Non-fiction
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