Sounds like the Nano Brewery law passed in 2011 in NH could lead to a growth spurt in the industry here. Some speculate that by next year we could see upwards of 30 Nano Breweries in NH...leading us to compete with Colorado as the micro/nano brewery capital of the U.S.!!!

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1st home brew and I'm off to a good start. I brewed my 1st batch yesterday and I started getting some good fermentation within 24 hrs....German Altbier.

Starting to build out a list of Home Brew supply stores in NH. Feel to add to the list.

Hop Scotch Ale
(5 gallons, all-grain)


• 14 lbs. pale ale malt
• 1 lb. crystal malt, 10° Lovibond
• 1.3 lbs. cara-pils malt
• 2 oz. roasted barley
• 1.3 oz. Bullion hops (10% alpha acid) for 60 min.
• Wyeast 1728 or other Scottish-style ale yeast 
• 3/4 cup corn sugar for priming.

Step by Step:

Mash grains in 6 gal. of soft mash water. Heat to 156° F and hold for 60 min. Run off and sparge with 168° F water to collect 6 gal. 

Total boil time is 90 min. Boil 30 min. and add hops. Boil 60 min. more. Cool and aerate. Pitch yeast at 55° F.

Ferment at 50° to 60° F until finished. Rack and age at 40° F for three weeks prior to bottling.

OG = 1.088    FG = 1.020
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