Saturday, we brought some printables up to the North Sandwich Store in New Hampshire for their first ever Froth and Fodder event featuring some great microbreweries and local fare.
The North Sandwich Store has daily specials and a fresh deli that makes your sandwich to order. They carry local eggs and convenience items, which is great because the next nearest store is a scenic drive away!
My oldest with the handouts.
The store, located at 2 Maple Ridge Road in North Sandwich, carries the 1 pint beer bottles (perfect for sharing...or not!) from both White Birch brewery located in Hookset, NH and Squam Lake brewery located in Holderness, NH. Both brewers brought a range of product with them *delicious!*.
Try the No Wake Wheat is perfect for summer drinking.
The Belgian Style Pale Ale was fantastic.
Also there with wares was Janey's Beef Jerky and the Sandwich Creamery. Janey made a very special jerky (available for purchase in the North Sandwich Store) infused with White Birch's Hookset Ale. The Terriaki Jerky is also AMAZING! Sorry Slim Jim - you can't hold a candle to Janey!
Janey and her delicious jerky!
Sandwich Creamery also made a beer soaked cheese (pungent, and delicious) that would be fantastic on bruschetta with caramelized onions. The creamery also carries a wide variety of cheeses and ice cream that is available in several stores in the local area.
Sandwich Creamery variety of hard and soft cheeses.
Bob's Baguettes (603-286-6444) are also regularly available at the store as well as several local farmer's markets. Truthfully, there is nothing like fresh bread!
Here's a closeup of some of the printables.
The event was really successful! Lots of people showed up for the tasting, and it was enjoyed by everyone!
More on our New Hampshire trip later this week.
Don't forget, our 4th of July Printables are still 50% off in our Etsy shop!