6th Anniversary Party and you’re invited


What: We’re turning six and you’re invited to celebrate with us.
Where: At White Birch Brewing, 1339 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett NH
When: July 11th. Psst, it’s a Saturday.
Time: 12-4

We’re turning six and we’re having a party. Our multiple award winning sponsored team – Can U Smell my Pits BBQ – is cooking up pulled pork and brisket for us. We are going to have a killer lineup of beers to sample: the debut of Anniversary 6 DDH DIPA plus Small Batch Watermelon Wheat, Blueberry Berliner and Hop Session ales will be on tap to sample. The farmer who picks up our grains will be here too. If you like the meat we’re serving (it’s from his farm) he’ll have some great organic meat you can bring home to cook and enjoy as well. As always, beer and food samples are free. This open house is a 21 plus event so proper ID is required.

It’s been a couple of years since we did tours of the brewery. We’re a small staff and the building is not set up for tours. Those factors haven’t changed but for this special party we’re putting away all the brewing, bottling and canning tools so that we can show you all the great changes that have happened. IF you would like to do a tour we’re offering a schedule of tours on the link below. It is $10 for the tour but we’re adding the proceeds from these tours to our donation from the sale of our Unforgettable ale. We’re big fans of the work being done at the Alzheimer’s Association of MA/NH.

Six being bigger than Five, we’re doing our part to make this years party even bigger than the last. On behalf of the team, We hope you can visit us and be part of the fun.



Tour link:


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June 4th New Beers and a growler update


New Beer Weekend is Here! It’s time for our Unforgettable ale
If you’ve visited the brewery or followed our events for the past few years you know we support the Alzheimer’s Association of MA/NH in their efforts. From advocating for patient legislation to helping with resources for families dealing with Alzheimer’s there’s no shortage of work to be done. Our small piece of support comes as a special annual beer. This year’s Unforgettable Ale goes back to it’s IPA beginning and brings a fun blend of hops and a new dry hopped effect. Bottles and Growlers are on sale now. Like every year we’ll be donating 50 cents for each bottle sold.

But wait, there’s more. Small Batch Watermelon Wheat is here
I was pleasantly surprised at the interest level in our test batch of Watermelon Wheat. So much so that I made a couple of tweaks and did a full size batch. Just in time for summer sipping. I hope you enjoy this fun beer.

What else you ask? Inquisitive today I see. I like that.
Here’s our growler lineup for Thursday:

Belgian Style Pale Ale
Hop Session
Unforgettable IPA
Berliner Weisse
Blueberry Berliner
Double IPA

On deck
Small Batch Son of Ned the Red

Thank you for your continued interest in and support of our brewery. I hope you have a great weekend!



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May 21 and it’s going to be a hot weekend.

I recommend beer to get you through in style


This weekend begins with the return of our Small Batch Son of Ned the Red beer. Bottles and Growlers are available in the brewery store. I know from trying to keep up that you’re liking our can line. Thank you! It’s an awesome feeling seeing so many fun pics on social media and hearing via our contactus@whitebirchbrewing.com line. We have a good stock of both canned products in the brewery store as well as the following bottles

Small Batch Oaked Imperial Brown
Small Batch Oaked Scotch Wee Heavy
Small Batch Bill’s 42 – a rum oak aged Imp Stout
Small Batch Left Handed Flanders – Barrel Aged Sour Stout – 4 bottles left
Blueberry Berliner Weisse
Raspberry Berliner Weisse
Belgian Style Pale ale
First Sparrow
Double IPA
Hop Session Cans
Berliner Weisse Cans

July 11th is coming. Save the Date!
I may be biased but you don’t want to miss this event
We turn 6 this year! Woo Hoo 6! So much has changed for us as a brewery as well as all over NH. In appreciation of your continued interest and support of our brewery we’re having an open house for our 6th anniversary. We’ll have fresh beef and pork from the farmers that pick up our spent grain expertly BBQ’s by our friends at Can U Smell My Pits BBQ. They are a nationally ranked competition cooking team.

Like always it’ll be free to enter as long as you’re over 21 and samples of beer and food are free too. I’m working on some more details so save that date and stay tuned for more.

Thanks for your continued interest and support. I hope you have a great Memorial Day weekend.



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4-22-15 – what’s going on for beer at the brewery?


New Beer Thursday!

It’s not a thing, it’s thursday, we’re open Thursdays now and we have new beer at the store

The last 2 batches on the 7 barrel system were experiments. I think they came out pretty good. The first is a Small Batch Nitro carbonated white IPA or Nitro IPA. 6%, soft mouthfeel and hoppy! The second is a Small Batch Watermelon Wheat beer. Another 6% beauty. This one has an amazing nose and a balanced fruit to beer flavor. Not a variation of our berliner series, this one stands on it’s own tasty merits. Both are growler only at this time. We’ll run four kegs of each until they kick. Hope you enjoy them.

What’s on the shelf today at the store?
Always a good question as we head into the weekend. Weather’s getting warmer but the nights still get cold. So what’s a beer enthusiast to drink?

Small Batch 42 – our rum oak aged imperial stout
Small Batch Oaked Imp Brown
Small Batch Oaked Wee Heavy
Small Batch Left Handed Flanders – 3 sour cases left.
Raspberry Berliner
Berliner – Cans & Bottles
First Sparrow – our spring smoked wheat seasonal
Hop Session – cans only
Imperial Red IPA
Birchwood Smoked Imperial Stout – last case
Double IPA
Belgian Style Pale ale

Hope this helps answer the question of what’s to drink this weekend. If not, I hope we’ve made the debate even harder. So whether you visit us at the brewery or one of our great retailers and restaurants I thank you for your continued interest in and support of our brewery.



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