Twin Barns Brewing Company
Route 3's Twin Barns Brewing Company is the brewery that Meredith deserved, and got, nearly two years ago.
Written by CraftJack | Updated | 3 min read
Twin Barns Brewing is just a short ride up the hill from Meredith Center. Pass Hart's, go through the Rt. 104 light, and it's just on the right. Place must have been packed during the annual Pond Hockey Tournament out on Meredith Bay. If we were playing, that's where we'd be for post game beers. Same goes for Après Ski after a day at Gunstock.
Twin Barns is the newest Lakes Region brewery. Occupying two old antique barns built in the mid 1800s, it should come as no surprise where the brewery's name comes from.
- Sunday - 12:00pm - 8:00pm
- Monday - CLOSED
- Tuesday - 12pm - 9pm
- Wednesday - 12:00pm - 9:00pm
- Thursday - 12:00pm - 9:00pm
- Friday - 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- Saturday - 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Their "signature taps" include Blonde Ales, Porters, Wheats, Stouts, and IPAs. Give the Lake Cruiser DIPA a try. Or, opt for the roasted goodness of the Burlwood Porter.
The brewery features a bevy of beverages in the 4-5% abv range, which is great for extended enjoyment in the beer garden, as that range will keep you tossing bags for hours.
- Belknap Pils
- Burlwood Porter
- Harvest Helles
- Hat Trick
- Lake Cruiser
- McGuigan’s Breakfast Stout
- No Wake
- Palmer Town IPA
- Posh IPA
- Red Hill Raspberry
- TWO (2nd Anniversary Sour IPA)
- White Caps
- Winter's Day
You can order a flight of beers in tasting glasses, regular 16oz pours, or, get a 32oz crowler of your favorite TBBC brew. We highly recommend the White Caps, a Witbier brewed with raw wheat, coriander and orange peel.
A mix of apps and meals. Small bites like wings, pretzels, and soups. Larger plates like pizzas, BBQ, burgers, and sandwiches. They offer kids meals as well.
Wednesday trivia. Friday and Saturday night live music.
Twin Barns Brewing's outdoor beer garden is a vertiable playground for thirsty adults. There is an outdoor bar for starters. Second, there is a large white tent with several picnic tables under it. Throw in a few COVID igloos and a bunch of Adirondack chairs and you have plenty of places to sit and sip.
Further, there are 8 branded cornhole boards to toss bags at. Plus, a life-size Connect Four with large wooden playing chips that are branded with the Twin Barns brewery logo. There is also a set of large dice for a game of Yardzee.
To top it off, for Twin Barns 2nd Anniversary they teamed up with Center Harbor's Osteria Poggio to run a Taco Takeover, with the brewery offering a select lineup of various tacos in addition to their regular food lineup. There was also Alston local ice cream truck, Baked, Brewed & Organically Moo'ed on hand to serve up dessert.
The best job in the Lakes Region is driving the Twin Barns shuttle. The shuttle runs down to the Meredith docks from the brewery every 15-20 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays, from noon to 7pm. This means you can visit the brewery by boat - just remember to responsibly operate your watercraft.