SCHILLING Beer Co. - Littleton, NH

Hours

Brew Pub (18 Mill St)

Su - Fr 12pm - 11pm
Sat 11am - 11pm

Store & Tasting Room (26 Mill St)

M - Th 12pm - 8:30pm
Fri 12pm - 9pm
Sat 11am - 9pm
Sun 11am - 8pm
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Store & Tasting Room

schilling beer release dates

We periodically release Schilling Beer Co. and Resilience beers in 16 oz. can and 750ml bottle formats.  These beers can be purchased from our Store & Tasting Room at 26 Mill St, which is next door to our brewpub.  Many of these beers are exclusively available from our brewery and purchase limits will apply.

Cans available:

  • Alexandr 10˚ (Czech-style Pilsner), 5.0% abv. A sessionable pale lager inspired by similar Czech beers. Premium authentic raw materials shine, including Moravian pilsner malt—foundational to the substantial but rounded hop flavor and aroma.
  • The Grafton Metro (American Lager), 4.3% abv. The classic American lager. Golden, crisp, and refreshingly dry on the finish, this is all-day artisan beer for summer. Crafted with local specialty malts.
  • The Word Is: “Agrarian” (Hoppy Wheat Lager), 4.5% abv.  Crisp with a firm bitterness, light tartness from the yeast and layers of citrus from Lemondrop hops.  Dry, refreshing and tailor-made for your outdoor summer pursuits, from the Biergarten to the trail.
  • Hanse (Keller Pils), 5% abv. Hanse is an unfiltered (“Keller”) Pilsner. Straw-gold in color, crisp and clean-finishing with assertive hop bitterness. Noble hops are present on the palate. 2018 RateBeer Gold Medal pale lager.
  • Hierarchy (Saison), 5.8% abv.  A unique Spring Saison defined by floral, spice and citrus notes from Michigan Mackinac and Huell Melon hops. A perfect beer for Spring’s first warm days.
  • Dry-Hopped Erastus (Abbey-style Tripel), 9% abv. Our abbey-style tripel dry-hopped with Hallertau Blanc and Citra hops.  Aromatics and flavors are reminiscent of citrus and melon.
  • Poppy’s Moonship with Guava and Passionfruit  (Leipziger-style Gose), 4.8% abv.  Tart yet accessible, Poppy’s features a mild sourness naturally derived from our house culture balanced by a dash of sea salt and a tropical character from the passionfruit and guava.
  • (Resilience) Solar Panel (Pale Ale), 6% abv. This subtly tart pale wheat ale delivers a kiss of citrus from dry hopping with Southern Cross and Amarillo–all pleasantly balanced with the malts.
  • (Resilience) Combover (India Pale Ale), 7% abv. Citrus, strawberry and spruce notes fill the palate as Vic Secret and Galaxy hops dominate in this American IPA.
  • (Resilience) Ponyhawk (Double India Pale Ale), 8 % abv. Huge waves of grass, pine and citrus coat the palate as the Simcoe, Mosaic and Galaxy hops do their work.

Bottles Available:

  • Peach Brandy Barrel Aged Erastus (Barrel Aged Abbey-style Tripel), 9.5% abv.  This naturally conditioned beer retains the pear and white wine-like ester profile of Erastus, integrating notes of oak tannins, peach candy and apricots.  Smooth and round with spritzy carbonation. Drink it fresh at cellar temperature.
  • Doxology (Belgian-style Quadrupel), 11% abv. Inspired by the legacy of Trappist brewing, Doxology is a complex mahogany-colored beer with a rounded mouthfeel that masks its formidable stature. Layers of figs, plum, and caramelized raisins dominate the flavor spectrum with light warming apparent on the finish. Doxology was crafted using the finest European pilsner malts and candi syrup (traditional to this style), as well as an exceptional monastery yeast strain. This is an ideal beer for aging if that is your preference; however, as with all of our long-term bottled offerings, our intention is to present it for sale at or near the prime of its drinkability. Bottle-conditioned with a flowing cream-colored head.
  • Fall of Babylon aged in Bourbon Whiskey Barrels (Barrel-Aged Russian Imperial Stout), 9.5% abv.  Russian Imperial Stout with big, earthy tones of bitter chocolate, coffee, vanilla, and prominent bourbon barrel character.  Bottle-conditioned and ready to drink now.

 

Please note: this is a dynamic list subject to change.  We will make every attempt to update this list regularly, but please call ahead if you’re looking for a particular beer.

Updated last: August 18th.

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