I knew New Hampshire made a new brew map (Mr. Simpson would be very proud ... burp)

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Beer Me Up Homer!
Homer Simpson might be able to smell a brewery 100kms away, but for the rest of the world a map sure comes in handy. New Hampshire is home to some of the best breweries not only in New England but in the United States , and, to help beer lovers find them, the tourism department has published an informative locator map and online brochure. Finding out where to find the best brew is only a mouse click away.
The new Brewery Map lists 16 establishments visitors should visit. The breweries range from small craft breweries like the Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth to the full scale Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Merrimack.
The Brewery Map explores the wide range of award-winning breweries, microbreweries and brewpubs located throughout the state and the fresh, handcrafted, New Hampshire-made beer found along the way.
By necessity the new publication hops all across the state. And while it is a full-bodied online brochure, it is also very stout with trivia. Each page of the map includes a Beer Fun Fact. Doah… did you know that “big flavoured beers like stout need a big food match, like a seasoned steak, where as fish could be enjoyed with a lighter fruity ale”.
The New Hampshire Brewery Map is now available for download from on the state’s powerful website under the Plan and Book Your Trip in the Tasty New Hampshire Itineraries section. (www.visitnh.gov/plan-and-book-your-trip/itineraries/tasty-new-hampshire.aspx)
To find out more about New Hampshire or to receive the new free visitor’s guide, call 1-800-FUN-IN-NH (386-4664) or visit www.visitnh.gov.

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