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4 Tours in New Hampshire

Anheuser-Busch (Merrimack, NH)
Merrimack, NH

The Anheuser-Busch Merrimack Brewery is nestled in the New England countryside just 45 minutes north of Boston.

During the tour, we'll show you the wonders of our natural Budweiser brewing process. Favorite stops include the cold cellars where fermentation takes place and our dazzling high-speed packaging operations.

Outside, guests enjoy award-winning landscaping and a visit to the Old World-Style Budweiser Clydesdale Hamlet. You're also invited to relax over complimentary tastings of our fine beers. The Gift Shop offers an extensive selection of fun, distinctive logoed merchandise.

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Conner Bottling Works
Newfields, NH

The Conner family has continued a time honored tradition that dates back to the Civil War. From the landmark Conner Bottling Works, in Newfields, New Hampshire, the Conner Family has for the past five generations been producing and bottling "Squamscot Old Fashioned Beverages". Known more commonly today as a tonic or soda, the many flavors of Squamscot Beverages has been quenching the thirst of New Englander's for more than one hundred and forty one years.

Established in 1863 by the late William H. Conner, the bottling works started producing tonic that was simply called "Connermade". This tonic, which was really ...
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Flagg Hill Winery
Lee, NH

Flag Hill's vineyard stretches over 20+ acres of land on slightly sloping terrain. We continue to plant the best-suited grapes for our erratic New England climate. Not all grapes can survive the drastic dips of temperature that winter brings. Our vineyard produces 6 varieties of grapes including North American, such as Niagara, French Hybrid such as Marechal Foch and Vignoles, and American Hybrid such as Cayuga. The owner, winemaker, and vineyard manager work closely together as a team to ensure performance and future plans for the vineyard and winery are well aligned to put quality wines on our shelves.

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Parkers Sugar House
Mason, NH

Our Sugar House is in full operation March and April every year. We make maple syrup the old fashioned way, with a wood fire. This gives the maple syrup a distinct flavor that you just don't get with an oil fire. Making maple syrup has been a family tradition here at Parker's for 3 decades.

During sugar season, one can sometimes find a wait to enter the restaurant but our sugar house offers full tours of the operation to help you pass the time. We will show you how the Native Americans made "Zinsibukwud" (maple sugar) by placing hot ...
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