Flying Goose Brew Pub and Grille
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I have visited Flying Goose Brew Pub and Grille,
in New London, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA.
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Reason for Visit: We drove up to New Hampshire and Vermont on a long weekend while the autumn leaves were changing colors. We were able to squeeze in visits to several brewpubs and microbreweries along the way. It's easy to find, at a major intersection known as Crockett's Corner about a mile up from Interstate 89.
|Outside of the Brewpub: We pulled into Flying Goose on an October Saturday during lunchtime. They had a robust crowd and we felt lucky to get a table. This surprised us a bit as it's not located near any particularly large urban areas. The waitstaff explained that this was due to the fall foliage: lots of out-of-town visitors were touring through New England to catch the changing colors and this was a convenient place to stop for a meal.|
|Setting: It's an amazing setting, nestled in the foothills with Mt. Kearsarge on the horizon. This, literally, was the view from the window next to our table. It was a great setting to enjoy a relaxing lunch in the Lake Sunapee Region with a sampler of Flying Goose brews.|
|Growing Hops: We took a little walk through the hops garden at the back of the brewpub. Hops grew up long wooden poles, presumably to find their way into some of the Flying Goose beers.|
Sample list of beers produced by Flying Goose Brew Pub and Grille
- Pleasant Lake Pilsner
- Split Rock Golden Ale
- Heidelberg Hefeweizen
- Flying Goose Pale Ale
- Wildflower Honey Ale
- Alexandria Alt
- Ragged Mountain Red Ale
- Perley Town IPA
- Long Brothers Strong Ale
- Isle of Pines Barleywine
- Hedgehog Brown Ale
- Potter Place Porter
- Crockett's Corner Oatmeal Stout
- ... plus seasonals
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