How I Live Free: Able Ebenezer Brewing Company

  https://youtu.be/RZM7sBIlG3Q   After serving in the Army together, Mike Frizzelle and Carl Soderberg went their separate ways in 2011 — one to California and the other to New Hampshire. Though the distance didn’t stop them from working on a business plan together. But where would they build the brewery they envisioned? Ultimately, it was the “Live Free or Die” state that felt right. Today, Able Ebenezer Brewing Company crafts 1,000 barrels a year in Merrimack, New Hampshire, where friends can gather in the tap room to sip great beer and swap stories, watch a game or listen to live music. Why We Returned to New Hampshire The personality we bring to the business, the brand we have chosen and the message we want to communicate resonates here in New Hampshire better than anywhere else. When people think of craft beer from the “Live Free or Die” state, we [...]

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NH According to… Jimmy Dunn

Comedian and actor Jimmy Dunn has brought audiences across the country to roaring laughter, but no crowd quite compares to the one in Hampton, where his hometown friends and family fill out the venue. […]

2019-09-17T11:42:05-04:00
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This or That: Classic NH Ice Cream Shoppes

Summer is the season where a long day’s end is best spent with a melting cone in your hand. It’s hard enough choosing a flavor, let alone which local creamery to visit, but here we highlight two of the Granite State’s most beloved and experienced stops you really can’t go wrong. […]

2019-07-08T16:07:13-04:00
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The Lure of the Lupines: 5 Spots for Photo Opps

  You could pretty much set your calendar to it.  When you see spikes of purple, pink, blue and white dotting the landscape you know it’s got to be June in the 603.  If you’re not sure where to go to photograph them, we’ve got a few ideas. https://youtu.be/sExxID0HGGM Head to Sugar Hill, Franconia and Bethlehem and you’re sure to spot the large showy spikes growing just about everywhere – near ponds, along roadsides and of course in fields. For the 1st photo opp  – we’re taking you to the field across from the Sunset Hill House  in Sugar Hill.  A wooden fence surrounds the area and there's a big ole maple tree right in the middle of the field, and of course lupines. Lots and lots of lupines. I’d say that combination pretty much adds up to picture perfect. Our 2nd stop is perhaps one of the most [...]

2019-06-21T15:57:02-04:00Tags: , , , , |
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