SCHILLING Beer Co. - Littleton, NH

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Brew Pub (18 Mill St)

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

Store & Tasting Room (26 Mill St)

M - Th 12pm - 7pm
Fri 12pm - 8pm
Sat/Sun 11am - 8pm
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Our Liquids

We brew progressive continental European-inspired beers—beers that we are personally passionate about. These beers tell a story about us—where we’ve been, where we’re going, and what we value.

Belgian-Inspired Ales

Dr. Oovert (Belgian-style Dark Strong Ale), 9.1% abv.  Characterized by a multitude of dark fruit flavors and caramel malt on the palate.  Finish is dry and accompanied by light alcohol warming.  Our recipe is based on traditional raw material selection and fermentation techniques and is brewed with deference paid to the Trappist brewers of Belgium.

Belgo Galaxy (Belgo Pale Ale), 5% abv. Belgo Galaxy is the first of several forthcoming single-hop Belgo pale ales. The beer is marked by lingering citrus notes, balanced by our mild-intensity Belgian yeast.

Double Dry-Hopped Belgo Galaxy (Belgo Pale Ale), 6.3% abv.  One of our favorite single-hop Belgo pale ale offerings, this beer is dry-hopped twice for a more expressive presentation of Galaxy hops, yielded complex citrus and white wine flavors.  Our mild-intensity Belgian yeast adds depth and compliments the beer’s bright citrus characteristics.

Gulden Vlies (Belgian Golden Strong Ale), 8.3% abv. Smooth, effervescent, with a yeast character reminiscent of peaches and citrus. Low phenolic spice, with moderate hop character.

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.

Dry-Hopped Erastus (Abbey-style Tripel), 9% abv. Our abbey-style tripel dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops.  Aromatics and flavors are reminiscent of citrus and melon.

Thaddeus (Belgian-style Dark Strong), 8.8% abv. A unique and very dark (33+ SRM) Belgian-style specialty ale featuring notes of rum, spice, dark fruit. Alcohol-warming is present. Let it warm in your hands to taste its full complexity.

Le Nain (Bière Blanche), 6% abv. Hazy, light and golden, this ale is comprised of nearly 50% wheat.  German and American hops lay down a foundation where subtle spicing and malt combine to yield a refreshing, flavorful, and aromatic beer.  This beer has a medium, silky mouth-feel.

Racogne (Pale Ale), 5.5% abv. Hazy orange in appearance with a medium mouthfeel, Racogne (“Ra-con-ia”) showcases Mosaic hops and a Belgian yeast of medium flavor intensity to produce mellow tropical fruit aromas and ‘juicy’ hop flavors.

Pater (Abbey-style Singel), 4.6% abv. Patersbier is brewed by several Abbey and even Trappist monastery breweries expressly for the monks’ enjoyment. Our Pater is similar to our tripel, Erastus, in its grist bill, but this beer is spiced rather than hopped for flavor and aroma.  A refreshing, Belgian-style session offering.

Trapu (Belgian Dark Ale), 6.7% 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.  

Foy (Belgo IPA), 6.6% abv. Named after the Belgian village near Bastogne, this beer pays tribute to the courage of those who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. Foy is a cloudy golden color, with flavors and aroma balanced by late hop additions and spicy phenols created by our prominent yeast strain. Notes of citrus and grass with a dry finish.

Russo- and Scandinavian-Inspired Ales

Kamarade (Baltic Porter, Nitro-Poured), 8% abv. Inspired by the traditions of Russia and Scandinavia. Brewed with chocolate rye, featuring a lingering malty finish.

Barrel-Aged Kamarade (Baltic Porter aged in Whistle Pig barrels), 8.2% abv. Our Baltic Porter, aged in Whistle Pig (VT) whiskey barrels. Rounded aromas and flavors of whiskey, vanilla, chocolate and subtle coconut form the barrel. Limited Release.

Fall of Babylon (Russian Imperial Stout), 8.5% abv. Dark, brooding and tailor-made for cold seasons in the North Country. Lingering coffee, roast and bitter chocolate define this limited-run beer.

Fall of Babylon (Russian Imperial Stout, aged in Whistle Pig Barrels), 9.4% abv. Dark and dry with a full mouth-feel, Fall of Babylon features roast, rum, chocolate, coffee, and alcohol aromas and flavors.  This limited (three-barrel) batch is aged in Whistle Pig rye whiskey barrels and seamlessly integrates the rounded vanillins and coconut characteristics of the barrels.

Sahti (Finnish-style Ale with Juniper Berries and Honey), 7% abv. Part of our experimental series, Sahti is a turbid amber-colored ale made with Juniper berries and honey from Littleton’s White Mountain Apiary.  This full-bodied beer was brewery by Schilling’s Evan Semiao and adapted from almost 2,000 years of Finnish traditions.  Low in carbonation, with aromas of banana, juniper and honey.

Czech-Inspired Lagers

Jaroslav 10˚ (Czech Dark Session Lager), 4.2% abv. A traditional Bohemian style rarely exported out of Central Europe. A session lager with the malt backbone of a Munich Dunkel and hop schedule of a Bohemian Pilsner.

Palmovka 12˚ (Nefiltrovaný [unfiltered] Czech Pilsner), 5.5% abv. Palmovka 12˚ is our tribute to unfiltered, fresh Czech pilsners. Brewed with all Czech-sourced ingredients, triple-decocted and adhering to a traditional Czech brewing schedule, notes of baked bread dominate. The beer is soft, featuring a rounded bitterness and a silky mouthfeel.

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.

Modernism (Czech-style Black Lager), 4.8% abv. Modernism is inspired by the Czech black lager tradition. It features a deep complexity from the decoction process and a hop schedule typical of Bohemian beers.  Notes of dark malts, bittersweet chocolate and caramel dominate.  The finish is dry.

 

German-Inspired Lagers

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.

Georg (Münchner Dunkles Lager), 5.0% abv. Georg (named in honor of George A. Schilling) is a double-decocted dark Bavarian-style lager. Rich, complex Munich malt take center stage, presenting notes of nuttiness, bread, and undertones of caramel. Dry and sessionable, this is one of our favorite lagers.

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.

Ziegenmensch (Heller Bock Lager), 6.3% abv. Golden in color, richly flavored with Munich malt, with a crisp and clean finish. Very slight alcohol warming is present. Ziegenmensch is a traditional Bavarian-style Bockbier, often served during festivals in the transition seasons.

Paulus (Münchner Helles), 4.7% abv. Paulus (pronounced Pow’loos) is typical of the highly drinkable golden lagers brewed for Bavarian festivals each fall. Malt forward with a charge of Noble hops to provide balance, Paulus reminds us of some of the great times we’ve had in Munich.  Prost!

Old Mission (Pilsner with Nelson Sauvin) 5.4% abv.  Old Mission is a dry, crisp and delicate pilsner with the light floral, white wine and gooseberry notes that characterize Nelson Sauvin hops.  Named after a peninsula that splits Grand Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan, where we grew up–a land of vineyards, orchards and brilliant blue water.

Otto (Bamberg-style Smoked Märzen), 5.6% abv.  Otto is a nod to the famous, highly traditional smoked beers of Bamberg, Germany.  A dark brown lager with ruby highlights, Otto’s carbonation and mouthfeel are moderate. Aromas of soft beechwood smoke and caramelized malts carry through in the flavors.  The finish is clean.

Dörst (Pilsner), 4.8% abv. Triple-decocted pilsner collaboration with beer journalist Horst Dornbusch. Made with Mediterranean-sourced Eraclea malts and Aramis, Triskel and Strisselspalt hops, Dörst was commissioned by our friends at Weyermann Malts (Bamberg, Germany).

Waylon (American Lager), 5.1% abv. Waylon is a hand-crafted classic American lager. Light-bodied and incredibly sessionable, Waylon is characterized by cereal notes from barley and flaked maize.  It finishes crisp and clean.

German-Inspired Ales

Herkules (Kölsch), 5% abv. Herkules is named after the enormous crane that looms over the Cologne city harbor, the Rheinauhafen, and is visible to all who visit this wonderful city. Our Kölsch is made from Cologne-malted barley, German noble hops, and a traditional Cologne ale yeast. This pale-colored offering is refreshing and malty, with background notes reminiscent of white wine. It finishes dry and lager-like.

Hofgarten (Düsseldorf-Style Altbier), 5.4% abv. Brewed in the tradition of small brewpub brewing in Düsseldorf, Germany. Unfiltered, light copper in color, and assertively hopped (50 IBUs) with German Hallertau and Tettnang hops. Dry and refreshing on the finish. A balancing act of malt and hops, Hofgarten is a very traditional, lager-like beer.

Poppy’s Moonship (Leipziger-style Gose), 4.8% abv. Poppy’s Moonship is our interpretation of Leipzig, Germany-inspired Gose. Funky in the nose and lemony-tart, Poppy’s features an assertive sourness naturally derived from the malts, balanced by sea salt and a lingering, malty finish.

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.

Gürlimann (Berliner Weisse), 3.8% abv.Gürlimann is brewed with traditional German techniques and fermented with a top-fermenting yeast and lactobacillus.  Light golden in color, the aroma is dominated by complex malted wheat notes and tart fruit.

European-style Wheat Beers

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.

Grätzer (Polish-style Oak-smoked Wheat), 3.4% abv. Wood smoke, peppery spice, salt, and earthy hops characterize this revivalist session ale. A specialty beer inspired by the Polish town of Grodzisk Wielkopolski, it finishes malty and slightly sour. Great as a unique stand-alone or as an accompaniment to any of our wood-fired pizzas.

Ima (Traditional) (Ur-weisse), 4.7% abv. Our Ur-weisse (traditional Bavarian wheat beer) has been brewed for our anniversary Fest. Ima boasts a slightly more rustic malt profile than our lighter-colored Hefeweizen beers, but still features the complex flavors produced by our Bavarian Hefeweizen yeast: restrained banana, clove, and vanilla notes. The finish of this Bavarian specialty is dry and malty.

Karl (Smoked Hefeweizen), 3.5% abv. Karl emphasizes rustic, traditional Hefeweizen flavor characteristics found in small-batch breweries in rural Bavaria. Golden and lightly charged with German noble hops, this offering allows the Bavarian wheat yeast to shine in concert with smoked wheat malt. At 3.5% abv, this is an interesting session offering that pairs well with our pizzas.

Besserwisser (Dunkelweizen), 5.5% abv. Besserwisser – “smart aleck” – is a traditional Bavarian dark wheat beer.  Brewed to showcase complex malt and yeast flavors that feature caramel and an array of dark fruits, this small-batch offering is flavorful without a heavy mouthfeel.  A beer traditionally found in Munich’s Altstadt (Old Town), Besserwisser pairs well with any of our wood-fired pizzas, or as a stand-alone pour.

Helmut (Strong Bavarian wheat beer), 6.9% abv. Light in color and highly carbonated, this Bavarian-style Heller Weizenbock is brewed at bock strength and served in the traditional weizen glass (20 oz). Hop presence is restrained to allow caramel notes and the yeast-driven flavors of fruit and clove to predominate. This beer is brewed with nearly 60% of its continental malt bill coming from pale wheat. Prost!

Smoked Kristall, 3.5% abv. This smoked Kristallweizen is our take on a traditional Austrian wheat specialty. Golden, crystal clear, and hopped with German Noble hops, this offering allows the Bavarian wheat yeast to shine in concert with smoked wheat malt. At 3.5% abv, this is an interesting session offering that pairs well with pizzas and many cheeses.

Johannes (Bavarian-style Hefeweizen), 4.7% abv. A complex Bavarian-style Hefeweizen featuring notes of toast, caramel, clove and, as it warms, banana.

Saisons, Farmhouse Styles & Wild Ales

Basse-Cour (Farmhouse-style Ale Series), 6% abv. A golden-hued farmhouse-style beer that is brewed in a series paying homage to this tradition.

Blonde Grisette (Belgian-style Saison), 5.0% abv. Our grisette—a saison style historically produced for Belgian miners—is light golden in color and brewed with malted barley and spelt. 

Mare Nectaris (Sour Ale), 5.5% abv. Named after a lunar sea, this brown ale is a very tart and rich beer, complex in both malt presentation and sourness. Fruit and brandy-like aromas are apparent up front; flavors of raspberry and grain play out along the finish.

Verdant Macchina, No. 1 (Farmhouse Saison), 6.0% abv. A rustic saison with aromas and flavors of hay and barnyard. An awesome pairing with our artisan meat and cheese slate. Beer number one in our experimental saison series.

Mare Incognitum (Farmhouse Saison), 5.2% abv. “Unknown Sea” is a rustic, artisan-blended saison that features Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus as partners in fermentation to two of our house yeasts.  This golden, cloudy saison features brett-developed flavors and light sour notes.

Konundrum (Sour Pale Ale), 4.6% abv. Konundrum is a tart pale ale featuring prominent citrus notes derived from Centennial, Jarrylo and Citra hops. Its bright, slightly tart character plays out on a lingering malty backbone and finishes dry.

Lorelei (Saison on Raspberries), 7.5% abv.  Lorelei is a lightly tart saison with a complex ester profile featuring notes of peaches and other fruits.  This batch was rested on raspberries, adding complimentary acidity and fruit character to this Belgian-style ale.

Virtue (Table Beer), 4.5% abv. Virtue is a delicate abbey inspired ale characterized by light spicy notes of lemon and pepper. Brewed with Grains of Paradise and other subtle spices. Our latest version of this beer is lightly dry hopped with Palisade.

Resilience Beers

Manual Labor (American Porter), 5.4% abv. Dark brown in color, featuring aromas of roasted coffee and floral hops, a complex array of coffee and chocolate flavors, and citrusy and floral hop bitterness. The finish is reminiscent of coffee.

Sir Richard (American Coffee Porter), 5.7% 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.

Dark California Common (Steam Beer), 4.5% abv.  Our take on a California-style steam lager, brewed in collaboration with beer journalist Horst Dornbusch. It features black bread-like maltiness and fruity esters from the high-temperature fermentation.

Resilience West Coast Amber (American Amber Ale), 5.1% abv.  An amber ale with red highlights, this beer features aromas of citrus, pine and biscuit.  Amarillo, Citra and Simcoe hops partner with a complex malt bill to create a well-balanced, medium-bodied and highly sessional amber ale.

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.

Pompadour (American Pale Ale), 5.6% abv. This hazy golden American Pale Ale is loaded with New World hops.  Aromas and flavors of spruce, citrus and peach predominate.

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.

Experimental No. 12 (Australian Sparkling Ale), 4.4% abv. This pilot batch of Australian sparkling ale is dry, effervescent and refreshing. Its character is highlighted by light fruity esters, low hop bitterness and pleasant contributions from the yeast. Light golden in color.

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.  Typically nitro-poured, although some versions are brewed with locally roasted coffees and carbonated.  *In-house only.

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.

Hop Weave No. 1 (India Pale Ale), 6% abv. IPA dry hopped with Azacca, Citra and Cashmere. Tasting notes: refreshing citrus fruit for days

Fontange (Brut IPA), 6.3%. Fontange shines with Prosecco-like white grape and honeydew melon aromas from its Hallertau Blanc- and Hull Melon-heavy hop schedule. Reminiscent of Champagne, the flavor is marked by stonefruit and melon, with a gentle minerality on the dry finish.

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