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To save you a phone call, we have compiled the list of most frequently asked questions.
Have a question not answered here? Let us know!​

We are first come, first serve, so please just come on by during our open hours! The exceptions are Easter, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day- when we do take reservations.

When our beer garden is open, dogs are welcome! Please make sure they are well behaved and/or on a leash. Due to state health code laws, dogs are not allowed inside the restaurant.

No, we do not, but we offer  wine, cider, and a small cocktail menu featuring our house-made syrups and/or ingredients grown right here at Hobbs Farm! To see what we have available besides beer, go to our On Tap page and click the Wine, Cider, & Cocktails tab.

No. Growlers are priced to go, and they do not include the 9% NH State Meals & Drink tax. Don’t get us in trouble – enjoy them at your home or at a friend’s house!

Yes, we do! The growler needs to have the surgeon general’s warning on it. Also, if you have a screw top growler, you must bring your own cap – we don’t have any of those here.

We sure are! We have four highchairs, both the men’s and women’s restrooms are equipped with baby changing stations. We also have a kids’ menu, although we’ve seen many a child tear through a plate of our Korean Wings on our ‘adult’ menu! As a heads up, we don’t have sippy cups, but you are welcome to bring your own.

We don’t allow any smoking in our beer garden, but you are welcome to smoke down by the parking lot.

We are so severely understaffed at the moment, that we are usually not able to host private events. 🙁  Feel free to email hello@throwbackbrewery.com for more information. 

We don’t offer any set tours, but if you have a larger group, email us and we can try and accommodate. We offer two choices for private tours for groups of 10-12 or more.

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