The Lord Hobo Lives…

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After many months of negotiations, bankruptcy proceedings, gut renovations, and fights with the local licensing commission, the Lord Hobo finally opened to the public last Wednesday. Initial reviews were positive, with some inevitable sniping on various restaurant (*cough Yelp*) and local sites. We stopped by last night for dinner and a few drinks and to […]

The Winter Wonderland Of Beers…

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With all of the sustained and even explosive growth craft beer has enjoyed over the last decade, perhaps no area has been more active than seasonal beer. Brewers have long understood the importance of appealing to the changing consumer drinking patterns that accompany shifting weather patterns, which fuels the active seasonal beer market. From the […]

Pennichuck Brewing Back On The Mat…

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After announcing its closure only to take it back the next day, Pennichuck quietly acknowledged that it is indeed going out of business. Or at least in its present form… The owner has now taken to Craigslist to sell off pieces of the brewery. Pennichuck Brewing Co is realigning all company assets. We have multiple […]