On tap at Ambulance, dry coffee roast subsumes lactic dark chocolate-soured Black Patent malting and Baker’s chocolate bittering contrasting less profound oats-sugared cookie dough sweetness. Mild vanilla bean, marshmallow and earthen dew illusions settle below.
LITTLETON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Plainly put, there were three interesting brewpubs running the gamut encircling snowy White Mountain region on December ’06 trip. Located on the second floor above Elephant’s Trunk in bustling mid-state village of Littleton, ITALIAN OASIS RESTAURANT & BREWERY featured inexpensive pub fare, small carpeted seating area, and sled-lined oak bar, but went out of business around 2014.
Brew tanks nestled alongside kitchen served unfiltered raw-honeyed wheat-chaffed diacetyl-tinged Oasis Golden Ale, prickly-hopped dry-grained orange-grapefruit-soured Cannon Amber Ale, and soft-tongued barley-stacked licorice-doused walnut-dried ice coffee-finishing Black Bear Stout.
Parkers Marketplace, 106 Main Street, Littleton, NH