SCHILLING Beer Co. - Littleton, NH

Hours

M - Th Noon - 10pm
Fri 12pm - 11pm
Sat 11am - 11pm
Sun 12pm - 10pm

Store & Tasting Room (26 Mill St)

M - Th 12pm - 8pm
Fri 11am - 8pm
Sat/Sun 11am - 8pm
Menu

Beers on Tap

This tab lists the beers currently on-tap at our 18 Mill St brewpub.  We do our best to keep it updated.  Please give us a call if there’s a specific beer that you are looking for.  All beers are available to-go in 32 oz. “Crowlers” (i.e. a can growler that is purged and canned from the tap) or 64 oz. growlers unless otherwise noted.

Looking for a list of cans and bottles available from our Store & Tasting Room? Please go here.

 

Alexandr 10˚ (Czech-style Pilsner), 5.0% abv. Alexandr 10˚ is a sessionable pale lager inspired by similar beers enjoyed in the Czech Republic. Like all of our beers, it features premium authentic raw materials, including Moravian pilsner malt—foundational to the substantial but rounded hop flavor and aroma.

Konstantin (Austrian-style Märzen), 4.8% abv. Konstantin is a rich, light-ruby colored seasonal lager that is double decocted for complexity. Drier and lighter in color than most German-style Märzens, biscuit and bread-like malt note shine in the flavor and aroma.

Schlaumeier (Bavarian-style Hefeweizen), 4.8% abv. Schlaumeier (“smart aleck”) is a flavorful straw-colored Bavarian specialty ale. Yeast flavors take the lead: restrained fruity esters and banana and clove-like phenols define this beer. Noble hops and German-malted wheat and barley provide the foundation of this traditional offering.

Poppy’s Moonship on Raspberries (Leipziger-style Gose), 4.8% abv. Poppy’s Moonship is our interpretation of Leipzig, Germany-inspired Gose, rested on raspberries. Slightly funky in the nose and lemony-tart with a note of red fruit, Poppy’s features an assertive sourness naturally derived from our house culture, balanced by sea salt and a lingering, malty finish.

Erastus (Abbey-style Tripel), 9% abv. A dry, spicy, and complex Belgian-style ale inspired by Trappists. Aroma and flavor marked by the marriage of peppery spice, citrus, and pear. Noble hops assertively utilized to create balance.

Trapu (Belgian Dark Ale), 6.5% abv. Trapu features both stout-like flavors and colors, which integrating the yeast-driven flavors and dryness of a traditional Belgian ale. Roasty in the nose, it features melded flavors of light coffee and chocolate, with subtle fruit and spice flavors rounding out the finish.

Kamarade with Vanilla (Baltic Porter), 8% abv. Inspired by the traditions of Russia and Scandinavia. Brewed with chocolate rye, featuring a lingering malty finish.  Nitro Poured  *In-house only; unavailable in growlers

 

From Resilience Brewing, Schilling Beer Co.’s American Ale Project:

Side Part (IPA), 5.0% abv. Side Part is characterized by its sessionability and balance. Soft and full of tropical fruit notes, the mosaic hops and the cereal-like character of the malts hit it off on the first date.

Experimental #26 (IPA), 7.0% abv.  The experimental IPA is hopped with a generous amount of Galaxy, lending it huge notes of Spruce and Citrus.

Combover (India Pale Ale W/ Nelson Sauvin), 7% abv. Citrus, strawberry and spruce notes fill the palate as Vic Secret and Galaxy hops dominate in this American IPA.

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.

Sir Richard (American Coffee Porter w/ Milk Sugar), 5.0% abv. Sir Richard is an American Coffee Porter named after a highly-caffeinated Northern Michigan hooligan near and dear to us. Coffee flavors dominate (from cold-brewed organic Equal Exchange coffee, added post-fermentation), with subdued chocolate notes in the background.

Geppetto (Milk Stout), 6.3% abv. Very dark (33+ SRM) with a beige head, this milk stout is characterized by the flavors of chocolate, soft coffee roast and marshmallow–all derived from the grain bill and lactose.  Nitro-poured *In-house only; unavailable in growlers

 

 

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