Wineries and Breweries
LACONIA, N.H.– There are more than a dozen breweries, wineries, and distilleries in the Lakes Region, and probably more than a few that visitors to the area haven’t heard of.
Twin Barns Brewing Hires New Head Brewer
MEREDITH, N.H.– Twin Barns Brewing Company of Meredith, New Hampshire is proud to announce that Samuel Clemens — Head Brewer at Vermont’s Long Trail Brewing Company — will be joining our team.
Brewpub on tap in Meredith at former American Police Motorcycle Museum
MEREDITH — Come summer the Lakes Region will be home to a new craft beer brewery.
Twin Barns Brewing is a project of partners Dave Picarillo and Bruce Walton. The pair have purchased the former home of the American Police Motorcycle Museum at 194 Daniel Webster Highway, near the heavily traveled intersection of Route 3 and 104, and plan to develop a brewery, tap room and small pub…
Brewpub in the works for Meredith
MEREDITH — The Lakes Region could welcome the summer of 2019 with a new brewery, if plans for Twin Barns Brewing come to fruition.
Twin Barns Brewing is the project of co-founders Dave Picarillo and Bruce Walton, friends for more than 20 years who met while they were both working for the same consulting firm…
Twin Barns Brewing: An UPdate
MEREDITH, N.H.– Yesterday my brother Bruce invited Dan and me to take what he calls “The Nickel Tour” of Twin Barns so we could see the progress.
Meredith startup Twin Barns Brewing hires master brewer from Vt. Long Trail
MEREDITH — A new craft beer startup in the Lakes Region has hired the brewmaster from the company that makes the largest selling craft brew in Vermont.
Twin Barns Brewing Co., which is scheduled to open in the former home of the American Police Motorcycle Museum at the junctions of routes 3 and 104 this June, has announced that Sam Clemens, the head brewer at Long Trail Brewing Co., has joined its team…
Long Trail's head brewer to make beer in Meredith
MEREDITH — It will still be months before Twin Barns Brewing Company serves its first pint of beer, but it managed to make a splash this weekend with the announcement of its brewer, who is currently in charge of brewing for craft beer giant Long Trail.
Sam Clemens is leaving Long Trail after seven years at the Bridgwater Corners, Vermont, brewery, the last three as head brewer. Long Trail’s offerings became more creative during Clemens’ tenure, including the release of the VT IPA and the Limbo series of beers.
Clemens said the move to a smaller brewery will offer the chance for yet more creativity…