40 Andover Road, New London, NH (map) • 603-526-6899
40 Andover Road, New London, NH (map) • 603-526-6899

About Us

The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille.

The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille

The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille

About The Flying Goose

The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille is a family run restaurant offering our own Handcrafted Brews on tap paired with delicious meals to satisfy every member of the family!  Our goal is to provide a relaxing environment to all those who walk through our doors. Whether it be for a quick bite, a cold brew, or a place for family and friends to gather, we extend our “home” to you.

Current owner, Tom Mills, has owned and operated The Flying Goose since its start in 1993. In 1996, he gave what was known originally as The Four Corners Grille a unique identity by creating a micro-brewery. Mills put his heart and soul into rebuilding what is now The Flying Goose Brew Pub & Grille, a casual, family friendly restaurant now managed by two of his kids, Brianna and Brett.

As a part of our community for over 20 years, our location has been somewhat of a landmark in New London, a true New England gem. We like to incorporate local ingredients in our menu, find ways to make our business more sustainable, and support the town that helps us flourish.

About the New London, NH Area

We couldn’t ask for a better location right off Exit 11 on I-89, positioned in a valley with tremendous panoramic views of Mt. Kearsarge minutes away from the center of town. New London is a quaint, charming town perfect for a visit off the beaten path. With unique shops, beautiful landscape, hiking trails, several lakes, and Mount Sunapee and Ragged Mountain within 20 minutes, there is so much to enjoy any time of year!

Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

In 2011, we became the 1st Solar Powered Brewery in NH using a Solar Hot Water System and a breathtaking PV Array. Our carbon footprint has diminished significantly since we have added these tremendous systems.  Besides the many awards that our Brews have earned, they taste THAT much better knowing they were made using a little natural energy from the sun!

The oil burning furnaces was replaced with a wood pellet furnace that provides heat for the entire building.  You might notice the large silver silo out back that holds our pellets.

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