Hello out there in beer land! Time for a rundown on the draft line-up both current and future! Getcha popcorn and peanuts, we’re going into extra innings…
NEW on tap!
Forever Locked Lager is a Vienna-style lager brewed with domestic malts and noble hops. A portion of all proceeds benefit NH’s ‘Forever Locked Moose’ charities www.foreverlockedmoose.org including land preservation and a scholarship fund for outdoor education. 4.5%
Jack Wallace Maple Porter is a dark ale brewed with 300 gallons of maple sap in place of water. Flaked barley and flaked wheat lend a full mouthfeel and body. Maple sap generously donated by Jack Wallace of Grantham, NH. 7%
Foeder Three is the last in our series of foeder aged farmhouse ales. Pale straw hued with a subtly sweet finish. Brewed with French pilsner malt, a touch of wheat and honey from ‘Honey’ Doug Putnam from Lempster, NH. Mixed culture fermentation including several Brettannomyces strains. 8.9%
Blueberry Wheat is an American wheat ale brewed with pilsner malt, domestic wheat, German Perle hops and 150 pounds of blueberry puree! She’s got a wicked purply color! 4.8%
Wild KONG! Russian Imperial Stout aged for two months in Kentucky bourbon barrels. Re-fermented with 2 strains of wild yeast and Lactobacillus. Re-aged on Vanilla beans. Dark and slightly tart with a powerful first impression. 10%
On deck in fermenters:
Devil’s Lettuce Double IPA is a collaborative effort brewed with Ben from Elm City Brewing in Keene. Comprised of English Maris Otter, white wheat and crushed hemp seeds and enormously, staggeringly, stupendously, tremendously, hugely hop-bursted with Centennial, Chinook, Columbus and Simcoe! It’s gonna be a stinky one! 7.4%
Biere De Garde was recently transferred back into the fermenter for conditioning after aging for several months in French oak Pinot Noir barrels. Biere De Garde is a moderately malty French Lager whose name translates to ‘beer for keeping’. ABV yet to be determined but certainly over 8%.
Gooseberry Wit is my personal most anticipated upcoming beer! A very pale hued, Belgian style witbier brewed with domestic barley and red wheat with 100 pounds of gooseberry puree! Gooseberry is a tart green fruit with some weird hairs on it and it smells like tobacco until you put it in beer whereupon it undergoes a magical rebirth and smells intensely tropical while retaining its tartness! YUM! ABV TBD but should be around 5.2%
Warming up in the bullpen:
Cascade hopped rye IPA brewed with domestic pale malt. I was thinking of adding tangerines to the fermenter but nothing is set in stone. I haven’t even written the recipe so don’t get excited yet.
KONG! Is currently aging in Jack Daniels barrels and we should be transferring it soon, ~10%
There’s a Belgian-style Dubbel aging in the foeder brewed with French malt, golden raisins and dark candi sugar.
Our second lambic-style beer is ready to be transferred any time now. Tentatively titled ‘Mild Anxiety’, she’s a sour little tart!
Here’s a list of beer currently available in 22 ounce bottles here at the brewery and at select retailers throughout NH:
Foeder One is a saison brewed with French barley, spelt and select European hops, fermented with a French saison yeast and aged in NH’s first foeder. 6.4%
Foeder Two is a farmhouse ale brewed with French barley, spelt and select European hops, fermented with a French saison yeast and brettannomyces. 7.8%
Foeder Three has a description right up there ↑
Here’s a list of places where you can find our beers on draft and in bottles:
Millstone at 74 Main; New London, NH
Lake Sunapee Country Club; New London, NH
Kearsarge Co-Op; New London, NH
Galligan’s Pub at Colby Sawyer College; New London, NH
Grantham Indoor; Grantham, NH
Wayne’s Market; North Woodstock, NH
Imperial Palace; North Woodstock, NH
Mad River Tavern; Campton, NH
Jim’s Wheelhouse; East Wakefield, NH
Biederman’s Deli and Chase Street Market; Plymouth, NH
Ragged Mountain Resort; Danbury, NH
Smoke and Barley; Tilton, NH
Area 23; Concord, NH
The Everyday Café; Contoocook, NH
New England’s Tap House Grille; Hooksett, NH
Tuckaway Tavern; Raymond, NH
Three Brother’s Market; Exeter, NH
Prost!; North Hampton, NH
The Flight Center; Nashua, NH
The Beer Store; Nashua, NH
Lazy Dog Beer Shoppe; Londonderry, NH
Cask and Vine; Derry, NH
And that’s it, a glimpse into the world of the perennial cellar-dwellers (brewers)!
The Flying Goose Brew Pub
40 Andover Road
New London, NH 03257
20 beers on tap, always unfiltered and always naturally carbonated. CHEERS!