Smuttynose Brewing (Hampton, NH) will release a new seasonal next month, alongside the opening of their farmhouse restaurant, Hayseed.
The brewery renovated a Victorian-era farmhouse into a 95 seat restaurant, with space for 35 more in in the beer garden. Hayseed features tables made from red oak trees that grew on-site, more than 20 taps, and a menu of locally sourced food.
“Opening this restaurant has been a long-time goal for Smuttynose,” said company founder Peter Egelston. “We are looking forward to expanding our hospitality, widening the choices of those who visit us to not only include brewery tours and samples, but also the opportunity to relax over a terrific meal and outstanding beer in a comfortable, informal setting.”
A new beer bearing the restaurant’s namesake Hayseed will debut in February as well. Smuttynose Hayseed is designed to be a lower alcohol by volume, flavorful table beer. Expect Hayseed’s arrival by the end of February.
Style: Farmhouse Ale (???)
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Release: February 28th, 2015