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Campton MTN, IPA 8.2%ABV, 40SRM

Like Campton Mountain, light and easy going. This is a New England style IPA, full of juicy and fruity hops that make the style so popular. This version is on the lighter end and a bit more hop forward than our other NH style IPA's This really lets the Amarillo, Cascade and Centennial hops shine with Fruit and floral notes. An estery yeast adds some other fruit notes and finishes dry. If you enjoy a good IPA, try a run down Campton Mountian!

Electric, Pale Ale,  5.9% ABV,  37IBU

This is a tried and true, you will love this hoppy pale ale with Amarillo and Centennial hops and dry hopped with Citra. Not quite to the level of an IPA, but Hoppy just the same. gluten reduced

Peanut Butter Cup, Stout. 6.6%ABV,  32IBU

This medium body American Stout is dosed with lots of real peanut powder and cacao nibs to add to the dark chocolate from the grain bill. Look for the forward chocolate and the peanuts at the finish, just like a peanut butter cup!

Dam Yummy, Cream Ale  5%ABV. 12IBU
A delicious Cream Ale using Sultana Hops, a hop that has just been released and Lemondrop which was released a few years ago. Think of this as a low bitterness, easy drinking "lawnmower" ale with some new flavors and aromas you haven't experienced in a beer before!

Monster, DIPA. 8.3% ABV,  50IBU

An Over the top hop bomb with red wheat and oats in the malt bill for a complex malt backbone, bittered with Centennial, huge whirlpool additions and double dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic.  Look for the hops to dominate the aroma with the citrus and floral hop notes.  Caramel and bready malt backbone with some dry woody finish.  

An Oak Aged, Imperial Stout. 10% ABV. 50IBU

a rework of 'Vlad's Glad and Singing Like Mad'  imperial stout, and aged for a month on oak.  Adding the vanilla and almond notes from the oak mellowing the strong roasted notes from such a strong  Stout.



The Dam Brewhouse


1323 NH-175
Campton, Grafton County 03223