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Holiday spirits: Old Man of the Mountain commemorative rum-filled liquor bottles are out

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) is introducing its latest commemorative bottle, paying tribute to New Hampshire’s iconic Old Man of the Mountain. This year’s bottle is filled with premium New England-style rum made from blackstrap molasses to pay homage to New England’s revolutionary spirit.

$25,884 donation to NH Food Bank from Liquor Commission, winery

For the second year in a row during November and December 2017, E. & J. Gallo Winery committed to donate 50 cents to the New Hampshire Food Bank for every bottle of Carnivor, DaVinci, William Hill and Whitehaven products sold at all NH retail liquor and win outlets,

Senate Committee set to ban wine shipments to NH

The most remarkable thing about this bill is that it is trying to fix a problem that does not exist. New Hampshire residents don’t purchase wines from out-of-state sources and pay the heaving shipping costs if they can find what they want locally.

“Boards & Brews”: New board game café coming to downtown Manchester

Coming soon to the downtown area, a new business concept that promises to be all fun and games: Boards & Brews board game café. Co-founded by Manchester-natives Keating Tufts and David Casinghino, the two young entrepreneurs hope to bring their mutual passion – tabletop gaming – to 941 Elm Street in January 2018.

The Fellowship of the Hops continues: Kelsen Brewing Company

Anyone who’s seen one will recognize a Kelsen beer. A 16-oz. can sporting a cartoon-ish, axe-wielding Norse warrior on the label; an equally World-of-Warcraft inspired dwarf on another. They stand out on the shelf.

Anyone who’s tried one knows that the taste deserves equal distinction.