Beer From Here is our wet hopped Pale Ale made with 100% local hops and malt.
This year’s Beer From Here (2021) is an aromatic (citrus and resinous pine) gold-colored pale ale with flavors of grapefruit, citrus, and pine, with a smooth bitter orange finish. If you liked our latest IPA – Keep NH Brewing – you should love this batch of Beer From Here!
The Malt and Hops used in Beer From Here 2021 Edition are:
MALT: Valley Malt Imperial Pale, Maine Malt Rye, and Blue Ox Pilsen Malt and Malted Wheat
HOPS: Hobbs Farm (that’s us!) Centennial, Cascade, Sterling, Galena, and Chinook hops. Plus Cascade and Comet hops from The Hop Yard (ME).
Fall 2019 Beer From Here is similar to the 2018 version in that it features malt (Pilsen, Vienna, Spelt, Munich, and Crystal Oats) from Valley Malt, wet hops from our very own hop yard, hops from Aroostoock Hops (Mt. Hood, Centennial, Willamette, and Cascade), and wet hops (Cascade and Centennial) from Wicked Hops in Kingston, NH!
Fall 2018 version of Beer From Here features all local malt and hops, including four types of malt (Pilsen, Vienna, Rye, and White Wheat) from Valley Malt, plus 2-Row malt from Maine Malt House. We wet hopped with Cascade hops from our very own hop yard, used Mt. Hood, Centennial, and Cascade from Aroostoock Hops (Maine), and finished it with Cascade hops from Wicked Hops in Kingston, NH! The result is a hop-forward, hazy, golden ale with flavors of grapefruit, lemon, orange pith, with some slight grassiness.
Fall 2017 Beer From Here featured malt fromValley Malt, Blue Ox Malthouse, and Maine Malt, plus it used wet Chinook hops from our farm and our neighbor’s farm, as well as Centennial, Cascade, and Chinook hops from Wicked Hops. The result was a smooth drinking, crisp, and hoppy ale with notes of candied citrus.