Downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
I didn't go in here, but it looks like the guy walking by has.
Classic New England scenery. They sure were into steeples.
Can you me get here? :)
A two-legged moose?
A very large two-legged moose.
The famous golden mug of the Portsmouth Brewery
Portsmouth Brewery brandishing the peace flag. Good vibes all 'round.
Pouring beer into the lamp
A Bottle Rocket IPA, followed by a Smuttynose Shoals Pale Ale
I never did ask what it takes to be member.
Had to get back in time. Wink, wink.
Federal Jack's in Kennebunkport, Maine
Federal Jack's with a ZOOOM Saab in front
Nice sign and a nice view
The Shipyard taps
Federal Jack's is on the site of the original Shipyard Brewing Company
This dude guards the neighboring cigar store.
Kennebunkport Harbor, viewed from Federal Jack's.
Portland, Maine. Gritty's is just upper-left of center.
Seemed like a coolo combo of signs.
Brewhaha #4: Gritty's!
Vacationland Summer Ale. Preceded that with a 21 IPA.
This photo of a Portland wharf came out blurred, so I posterized it.
Brewhaha #5: Flatbread Company, on the wharf. A very cool basementy kinda place, with a neato stone oven. They don't make their own brews, but I had a yummy Shipyard Export Ale.
Brewhaha #6: Sebago Brewing Company. Still in Portland, still on foot. Their Frye's Leap IPA was excellent. Nice place. It deserved more than just a coaster pic, but I must've forgot.
Hey, Pooch, nice hat! Did you get a free bowl of soup?
Brewhaha #7: Sea Dog Brewing Company, South Portland (SoPo), Maine
The taps. Make mine a Sea Dog India Pale Ale, please, barkeep!
Dang coolo mural on the hall wall, y'all. It's called "Cap Dog."
It's about 6' high by 4' wide...
... and made out of 5,220 bottlecaps!! Good way to end a very successful first full day of HB's NEBPT.