Tuckerman Brewing Company
The Tuckerman beer garden is more like a beer field. The place is downright awesome.
Written by CraftJack | Updated | 2 min read
What's better is that the party doesn't stop just because a little snow fell on the ground.
In the summertime, you can see hops growing alongside the boundary of the beer field. Inside the garden, there are tons of chairs, picnic tables, and even a large party tent for shade.
For those not interested in walking the short distance back to the building, there is a small adjacent draft station tucked in the corner of the garden. It goes without saying that this North Conway brewery, much like the entire area, was built for the outdoors.
We don't believe they are conducting tours of the brewery currently. Check in with Tuckerman first before heading all of the way there if that's what you're interested in.
Here is the summer schedule.
- 12-7pm Saturday & Sunday
- 2-7pm Monday - Friday
TBC brews a rock solid variety of core, seasonal and limited release brews, including East Coast IPAs, Belgian-style White Ales, and even a German-style Sticke Altbier. They've even released a dry hard civer (Core Shot) which is only available at the Hobbs St. brewery. While there are no growler fills at the moment, they do sell kegs to the public.
The keep their abv range in check, rolling out a lineup that ranges from 4.5%-7.8%. Most every beer they offer is available in 16oz can 4-packs. Besides New Hampshire, you can find Tuckerman beers in and around Maine and Massachusetts.
- Fall Line Rye IPA
- First Tracks IPA
- Summer Pils
- Dawn Patrol
- Doublehead Double IPA
- Night Mission
- Substantial Whismy
- Wild River
A variety of small snacks including chips & salsa, soft pretzels and more. You can get a scoop or two of snack mix, slices of pizza on the weekends, and a few different small salads and a sandwich.
Live bands take to one of the best outdoor stages we've seen at a brewery. They also hold Cornhole Tournaments, if you're any good at tossing bags.
The brewery also hosts Pop Up Beer Garden Days at Settlers Green. Unlike the brewery, this is a dog friendly event, so bring your Puppers on down for a good time.