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Woodstock Inn Station & Brewery

(3 Reviews)

135 Main St, North Woodstock, NH 03262

(603) 745-3951

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Today: 7:00 am - 1:00 am
Tomorrow: 7:00 am - 1:00 am
35
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Business Description
The Woodstock Inn, Station and Brewery is a North Country dining, entertainment and overnight destination. The dream began in 1983 as a Bed and Breakfast, and has since blossomed into a multiple award-winning Restaurant, Inn and decorated Craft Brewery. We are dedicated to providing exceptional and personalized service to all of our guests. We have 40 individually appointed guest rooms spanned across five unique buildings set amongst New Hampshire's scenic White Mountains. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner our restaurant highlights the locally sourced ingredients obtained from our network of New Hampshire's distinct businesses, including our very own bakery, which produces Spent Grain Beer Bread from the brewery and homemade sticky buns to compliment every breakfast guest. Learn about the brewing process and sample some of our award winning brews everyday at noon. $9 includes a glass, tour and tasting. Sign up on a space available basis online! Or try a Brewer's Weekend (featured in Rachael Ray Magazine and the New York Times), where you can come learn how to brew beer in our unique microbrewery! Stay two nights which includes full country breakfast each morning, Friday night brewer's reception, lunch Saturday, Brewer's Dinner Saturday night, a commemorative T-shirt or Hat and learn the brewing process for the day (samples included). Enjoy the Great Taste, from our Special Place!!! Some of the wonderful New Hampshire made products we feature are from Fadden's Maple Syrup House Bonnie Brae Venison Farm Robie Farm PT Farms
BBB Rating
A+
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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

TollFree: (800) 321-3985

TollFree: (800) 275-8777

Payment method
amex, visa, all major credit cards, discover, master card
Price Range
$$
AKA

Woodstock Brewery Web Store

North Woodstock

Woodstock Station

Categories
American Restaurants, Caterers, Bars, Brew Pubs, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Night Clubs, Taverns, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: Brew Pubs, Caterers, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch

Price Range : Average

Bike Parking: Yes

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Pets Allowed: No

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heylari

06/28/2009

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Overall
Good pub food plus

We have eaten here twice and both times have been impressed with the burgers. The sweet potato ravioli is a meal unto itself, with salad. Be warned, the sauce is spicy. French vanilla ice cream made the perfect sweet ending to our meal.

We are just not personally impressed with the flavor of spent bread. But, for beer drinkers, it might be a treat.

wallstpup

11/12/2005

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Overall
Best overall restaurant

Great variety in formal, casual, and pub settings. The appetizers are all great (half price bwt 3-5pm). Try the nasty nachos or the potato skins. Hamburger 1lb juicy, nicey grilled, fresh bun. Tomatoes were supermarket quality. No onions or pickles. Fries were great. Forget the crepes and waffles except all entrees (averaging $8) come with coffee, juice, home fries, and sticky buns. Pizza crust was perfect. It should be since they are bakers. In fact all the breads were fresh. They also brew beer. The Pigs Ear was as good as high quality UK and German ales. I don't know how Scott does all this cooking so consistantly well plus he runs the Inn, gift shop, and new expansions. It is wonder to experience all this in one place - do not miss it!

roadtripper

08/19/2005

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Overall
favorite after-hike/ski restaurant in the area

The Woodstock Inn (in Woodstock, NH) is usually the place my friends and I will go after skiing or hiking in the White Mountains. The food is well above average, and their home-brewed beers are all quite good (my favorite is the Weasel Wheat; my friends all love the Red Rack Ale). The menu selection is very extensive (read: something for everyone) and the service is pretty good too. Seems to be more a locals place as the hordes of Kangamagus tourists haven't really caught on yet (THANK GOD!).

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