We were featured in the Keene Sentinel for our documentary A Living Memorial: New Hampshire State Veteran’s Cemetery!
Wow! Our short film, No. 7 on the List, won best NH short documentary. We missed the festival this year—having a two and a half month old makes it a little hard to get out!—so the heavy Granny will have to come in the mail. Our short film, A Living […]
Tonight we were at the Red River Theater in Concord, NH with the National State Veterans Cemetery Association, premiering the film we made for them, A Living Memorial. It’s always great (and a little scary) to share a project with the world, but this was particularly special. In covering the […]
We had a fantastic release party for Brew Hampshire yesterday, so thank you to Able Ebenezer Brewing Company for hosting, and thank you to everyone that was able to make it (and those who were interested but couldn’t because of a lack of tickets!) Special thanks to ColorTone Music (Mark Robert Robillard) […]
New Hampshire Film Festival was such a fun time! It’s such a great event, and we saw a lot of awesome work on display. And our film, Brew Hampshire, was awarded “best NH feature documentary”! We definitely need to bone up on our public speaking skills before we win another […]
Bill Herlicka, White Birch Brewing’s founder, might have logged our longest interview yet. We’d heard Bill a while back on the Tap Handle Show podcast and knew we wanted to talk to him— and talk to him we did. Bill first ventured off the light lager path in college with […]
You wouldn’t expect a one barrel brewery to have eight beers on tap, but you wouldn’t expect an English pub-style tap room in the woods of Canterbury, NH, either. But Steve Allman isn’t about the expected. Canterbury Aleworks is on Allman’s farm, in a structure he initially built as a wood […]
Word of mouth works. We visited Tom Albright of Out.Haus Ales in Northwood, NH in February. Shortly after that, Tom was on the Tap Handle Show podcast and told them about us and Brew Hampshire. And yesterday we recorded an episode of the Tap Handle Show with hosts Tim Roberts and Michael […]
What could be more New Hampshire than the 603 Brewery? It started with Dan Leonard’s home brew recipes in college and grew from there. He and his friends and fellow engineering grads, Geoff and Tamsin Hewes, opened the brewery in 2012 and they’ve been going strong since. As the 603 […]
We first met Carl, Mike and Zack back in early January. It was an unseasonably warm winter day and they were doing one last home brew batch in their garage in Auburn, NH. A few weeks later, we went to their Merrimack, NH location to film their stakeholders’ tasting. At […]
It was a full day today for the Brew Hampshire team. This morning we met up with JT Thompson, minister of propaganda for Smuttynose Brewing Company, at their Heritage Avenue location in Portsmouth, NH. The building was briefly the home of the Frank Jones Brewing Company before it went bankrupt […]
Thanks to our logo designer Troy Mottard, we have a fantastic new logo for our Brew Hampshire documentary! Hopefully we can get these on some t-shirts soon.