We have confirmed our featured brews for the inaugural Food Trucks for CASA. We’re pumped about this event – it is the first of its kind to hit Manchester, and it’s going to be amazing. Food trucks, beer, and bands… what more can you ask for?
Harpoon Brewery and Great North Aleworks will be on hand with a host of your craft favorites. From their signature IPAs to other summer beers and fun varieties, we’ll have something for all palates. Plus, we’ll have Harpoon Cider in cans for gluten-free visitors and those who just (gasp!) don’t enjoy beer.
From the Harpoon website about Harpoon IPA: “It started as a summer seasonal in 1993 – one of the first IPAs to be brewed on the East Coast. People loved it so much and demanded more, so it became a year-round the next year. And as they say, the rest is IPA-istory. “Our IPA finds
From the Harpoon website about Harpoon Huckleberry UFO: “Natural huckleberry flavor is added to this hefeweizen to make it the perfect blend of sweet and refreshing for any and all summer fun. Pairs nicely while frolicking through the countryside. And what the heck does a huckleberry taste like? A blueberry. But better.”
From the Harpoon website about Harpoon Camp Wannamango: “Your favorite summer pastime is back, so pack up your sunblock, your tent, camping chairs, and s’mores fixing’s. The sun-kissed days on the dock and starlit evenings around the campfire await you at Camp Wannamango. “This pale ale brewed with mango begins with a subtle tropical aroma
From the Harpoon website about Harpoon UFO White: “Light, crisp, refreshing and brewed with orange peel and coriander, UFO White Ale follows in the tradition of spiced white beers that have been brewed in Belgium for well over 100 years. Cool down at a beachside bonanza with this brew. Serve with a slice of orange
From the Great North Aleworks website about Great North IPA: “Our IPA is inspired by the bold and aromatic IPAs of the West Coast. Generous hop additions give a bright, complex, juicy flavor with just the right malt balance to leave you longing for the next sip.”
From the Great North Aleworks website about Great North Tie Dyed: “Tie Dyed is a sessionable pale ale that’s aromatic and refreshing. Brewed with Citra, Amarillo, and Cascade hops, this lively beer is light, crisp, and packed with flavor.”
From the Great North Aleworks website about Great North Robust Vanilla Porter: “RVP (Robust Vanilla Porter) is brewed with a blend of roasted and toasted malts, laying a rich foundation of coffee and dark chocolate flavors. Madagascar vanilla arrives late to the party, giving RVP its signature flavor and aroma.”
From the Great North Aleworks website about Great North Northbound American Pilsner: “Grab your flip flops or hiking boots because whether you’re headed to the Big Lake or climbing high in the Whites, Northbound American Pilsner will be the perfect companion. The familiar taste of a classic pilsner is brightened with citrus flavors from Mandaria
From the Harpoon Brewery website about Harpoon Craft Cider: “We first started making a pure and natural cider for the same reason that we started brewing: we loved the idea of cider but could not find one that we really liked drinking. Harpoon Cider is a unique craft cider with no artificial colors, flavors, or