Visit our Tasting Room
Hang out with the brewers and listen to the music that inspires us to brew. For in-house, we offer flights and pints, as well as light fare. If you want beer to go, we have 32 and 64 oz growler fills of 8-12 beers, as well as a few prepackaged varieties.
There is always a new experience waiting at Lithermans Limited for you and your friends!
Tasting Room hours Thurs & Fri 4-8 pm, Sat 12-7 pm, Sun 12-4
Lithermans offers four A-sides, which are always in heavy rotation. These musical spins on classical styles range from a cream ale to an imperial red ale, and we are always brewing up a fresh batch.
Some are seasonal, like Peaches ‘N Cream, and some are year-round, like Simply Red Ale. These beers can be found at our tasting room, as well as on tap or on shelves at select NH locations.
It's our ever-evolving Saison. Brewed out on the East coast, you know we paid some dues. We adapt this recipe to meld with seasonal ingredients and recipes, and always ferment it with our house Saison yeast strains. A free-wheelin beer.
Little Miss Strange... Walked across my head, I stood beneath the light. This double IPA is dry pale, and let's the hops do most of the work. Big mandarin orange, pineapple, and dankishness dominate this brew. This is like a beer from the dream I had the other night. Little Miss Strange is so good, you might want to let the bass player sing her a song.
It's not what you think. Whatever you think. But it is what you want.
Big, chewy, malty, slightly sweet, juicy with Pacific Northwest hop flavor and aroma, tempered with moderate smooth bitterness.
If you don't know us by now.... Well, now you do. This is who we are. We made this for us. And for you. Cheers!
This beer is the result of Doc Jones getting in touch with his inner Angry
Smurf (hey!) A true New England IPA, loaded with 4 pounds of dry-hops per barrel. Don’t get mad, child. Might be me, might be my friends. I might need an alibi, it all depends
DOC & MHP TRULY HAVE THE SKILLS TO PAY THE BILLS.
EVENTS & HAPPENINGS
We actually get out of the brewery occasionally.
When we do, this is what’s happening.