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Smuttynose Brewing Company

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Smuttynose Brewing Company

184 Reviews
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105 Towle Farm Rd, Hampton, NH 03842-1806
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Boston to Kennebunkport with Optional Lobster Tour
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Boston to Kennebunkport with Optional Lobster Tour

We are a veteran owned coach service that offers an intimate experience with live guide to Kennebunkport from Boston. This breathtaking tour has many unique stops along the coast of New Hampshire and Maine for stunning pictures, snacks and shopping. We ride New Hampshire's coastline to the picturesque town of Portsmouth, NH for a one hour break. From here, we continue up the coast of Maine to the Nubble Lighthouse. Once in Kennebunkport, enjoy exploring the town on your own or add in a 1.25 hour lobster tour with our affiliated partners. Spend an unforgettable day with us, the tour professionals who maximize your travel experience the right way. Want to customize your experience? Group outings and military discounts available. <br><br>Add an award winning lobster tour to your day. Visit Walkers Point where former President Bush vacations, learn history and view sea-life. Please book well in advance, lobster tour sells out quickly. Tours are limited to; Tues &amp; Thurs ONLY June 1th-Sept 23th
US$117.00 per adult
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Robin c wrote a review Jul 2020
Fort Myers, Florida14 contributions52 helpful votes
Second and last visit to Smuttynose in N Hampton. Gave them a 2 for good beer and amazing outside ambience. Then it’s all down hill . We came with another couple planning on staying for a long time enjoying live entertainment, brewery beer and tasty treats. Regee band was sleepy time music , and we spent more time flagging down our waitress than enjoying each other’s company. We were CONSTANTLY looking for our waitperson, received our food one meal at a time, no silverware, no napkins, no side plates, no side sauces . It was ridiculous! One person would bring some food , when asked for silverware the server would say “ I’ll find your waitperson” then we’d get the silverware , but not the side plates, another 5 minutes looking for waitperson for side sauces that were suppose to come with menu items, this went on for hrs . Some of our food items were comped but we won’t be back. They have the most amazing outside environment but the service and slow kitchen is far from enjoyable .
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Stan Tecza wrote a review May 2020
Wilmington, Vermont940 contributions17 helpful votes
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Smuttynose beers are a throw back to 2014 before hazy IPAs and pastry stouts entered the scene. Still, VERY happy to visit this place. Outdoor patios only thing open because it’s a pandemic. Waitress says they just opened a few days ago because of the pandemic. Super happy to have come and just be alive to visit. Fun time.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Llama L wrote a review May 2020
Hampton, New Hampshire9 contributions12 helpful votes
630. Booked a reservation. We get it it's pandemic land but we followed the rules. Arrived 620 was told maybe seated by 8. Why bother with reservations? Never again.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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ARose wrote a review Dec 2019
Charlotte, North Carolina920 contributions354 helpful votes
This is one of the largest breweries in the area and has a lot to offer. Beer is great - they have a lot beers made and sold onsite only grouped as the "SmuttLabs" beer. Its worth a visit just to try some of those. There is also a farm-to-table restaurant on side that uses some of their beers in the recipes. Indoor seating as well as a large patio with seating and a firepit. On site - there is also a disc golf course that goes around brewery for 9 holes. Everywhere is dog friendly except in the bar area of the brewery and indoor portion of restaurant. There are picnic tables outside if you want to bring your own snack food instead.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sidewinder192 wrote a review Nov 2019
Austin, Texas334 contributions101 helpful votes
Went to restaurant adjacent - nice atmosphere and good food selection. Build your pen burgers and salads.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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