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    We went on the tour last Saturday....it was quite fun! I knew it was a small operation, I had no idea it was THAT small....most impressive.

    The samples helped as well. And the rather cool hat. Will probably do that next time I am up.

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    Thanks for mentioning this. Jill and I have been thinking about going on a tour at Tuck's for the last few years and never can get over there. Now, I'm more motivated. We will definitely check out the tour the next time we stay up north.

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    We did this tour a couple of years ago. It is a smaller operation, but I could tell that it's very well run by the owners. The woman that gave the tour did a great job explaining the brewing process. And the best part, we got two six packs to go. Will have to go again soon. Thanks!
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    The Tuckerman Brewery tour is awesome....I took the tour this past August and you right it's a really fun tour especially trying the different samples. Great beer!!!
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    We keep talking about making it to the brewery too. We certainly enjoy their beer whenever we're in the area (wish they sold it in RI) along with Moat and Woodstock Station. Lots of good local beer in NH!
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    Ah yes, Moat We forgot to bring back out Growlers this trip, but did try some tasty drinks there (and as a vegetarian, its my favorite place in N Conway to eat)

    Wish they sold Tucks in CT, but its just more of an excuse to go back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    We keep talking about making it to the brewery too. We certainly enjoy their beer whenever we're in the area (wish they sold it in RI) along with Moat and Woodstock Station. Lots of good local beer in NH!
    Hi Mark -
    Not sure where in RI you are but, I bought Tuckerman's Pale Ale in Brockton a few weeks ago. I'm sure it's not as fresh as buying some at the brewery in NH but, it wasn't expired and it tasted great.
    On the Tuckerman's Brewery website there is a link to places to buy in NH, ME, and MA. There are a few places not far from the RI border i.e Westport. I would call the places first as I found some places didn't carry it anymore. It's not for everyone, it's a special beer for special people. Here's the link


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    Thanks for the tip Karen. All of us southern NE folks should petition them to get their distribution to the other states (RI and CT at least). Of course the alternative is just to go to NH more often. Not a bad alternative at that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    Of course the alternative is just to go to NH more often. Not a bad alternative at that...
    I couldn't agree more!
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