Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


When I store my Tuckerman bottles in the fridge, when I open one it foams over…what's up?
A: You are probably storing the bottles on their side. Because of the bottle conditioning, where we actually put fresh fermenting wort into the bottles and kegs, they need to by stored upright. Nik could give you the scientific reasoning for this, but trust us on this.
A: Awesome, we give facility tours daily. The tasting room is open daily from 12-6pm and we give tours at 2pm and 4pm. There is no charge for the tour. We are family friendly. The Souvenir Shop is open and you can pick up some beer to take with you to Tuckerman Ravine.
A: Sorry to say that by NH liquor law, we are unable to ship beer to you. So that's a great excuse to make plans to visit soon.
A: Again, this would be a question for Nik, Dave or Seth for the chemical info. But I can say that the Tuckerman Pale Ale is 5.3%, the Headwall Alt is 4.5%, the ALTitude...Alt Beer With Attitude is 7.3% and the 6288 Stout is 6.3%. Each batch can vary a bit, but those are the numbers we shoot for.
A: Tuckerman Brewery is just that, a brewery. We invite you to join us in our expanded Tasting Room. You can try all of our beers and pick up souvenirs too. We do sell awesome Warm Pretzels with mustards made from our beers. No penalty if you bring a bag of peanuts with you! Then head off to visit one of the many fine eating establishments in the Mt. Washington Valley area. Almost every one has at least one of our beers on tap!
A: You sure may get beer to go from us. BUT…by NH liquor law, we are permitted to sell one case or one keg per person per day. So bring the whole club for a tour and you'll be able to leave with plenty of beer!
A: All of the fine Tuckerman products that we all enjoy are brewed solely at our brewery, and always will be.