The brewery name is steeped in NH Revolutionary War lore. Their story is a cool read, check it out on their website. Learn more about where to find veteran-owned breweries.
The taproom itself is well situated. Fun war propaganda artwork adorning the walls of the small seating area where you walk in. To your right in a perfectly sized bar with just the right amount of tables. TVs for SPORTS! A glass garage door that opens up into one of their outdoor spaces. Friendly staff. Cans for sale in the cooler on the far wall. What's not to love?
- Monday through Thursday: 4pm - 8pm
- Friday: 4pm - 9pm
- Saturday: 1pm - 9pm
- Sunday: 1pm - 7pm
Burn the Ships is an awesome beer name. You can find their beers around New Hampshire, both in restaurants, and in stores. They distribute throughout the lower part of the state and all the way up through the Lakes Region.
Even the beer descriptions are well written.
- Broad Arrow
- Burn the Ships
Able Ebenezer employs a series of weekend food trucks, including The Hungry Caterpillar, Empanada Dada, Farmedible, and Brick Oven Pizza Catering. Yes, we are including Thursday in our definition of the weekend.
The folks over at Able Ebenezer are running a podcast you may want to check out called the Road Soda Beer Podcast.