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Merrimack Ales First Brews!

Merrimack Ales Alt Hypothesis
Alt Hypothesis

Our passion is fueled by a love of experimentation combined with the art and craftsmanship of small batch brewing. This is our take on an Albier from Dusseldorf, Germany. An amber colored brew with a rich malty nose and body with a surprising hop finish.

Merrimack Ales First Article
First Article

Our passion is fueled by a love of experimentation combined with the art and craftsmanship of small batch brewing. In this IPA, rich barley malts and spicy rye malt combine with 5 different hops to produce a complex bodied ale punctuated by layered hop flavor and aromas that we hypothesize you’ll enjoy!

Merrimack Ales Honey White Ale
Honey White

Inspired by the lyrics of Mark Sandman and his band Morphine, we hypothesize this unfiltered White Ale infused with locally sourced orange blossom honey will have you saying “It’s Sweet and Good.”

Imperial IPA

Designed after experimenting with some of our top customers, this Belgian inspired Imperial IPA delivers a big citrusy taste with notes of tangerine and grapefruit, finishing nicely with a touch of locally-sourced honey.

Merrimack Ales Vigor Chocolate Oatmeal Stout
Vigor

Rich roasted and chocolate malts mingle with oats and just enough hops to tame that sweetness. A secondary fermentation over cocoa provides just the right chocolaty finish to help take your mind off the long and unpredictable New England winter weather.

Merrimack Ales Maple Porter
Maple Porter

As our New England weather gets chillier, we here at Merrimack Ales crave a more robust brew. This porter with maple aroma, rich, chocolaty malt and a creamy mouthfeel should be just the ticket. We hope you think so too!

Pale Ale

Fulfilling the Pale Ale requirement, this version has evolved from the 3rd batch of home brew we made more than 10 years before the official launch of Merrimack Ales. Our love of “beer experimentation” led us to refine the grain bill, helped us land on the perfect mix of Pacific NW hops and inspired the decision to develop a special in-house yeast blend. The result? A malty body ale with a floral/citrusy nose and a clean bitter finish.