1 Redhook Way Pease International Tradeport
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Built in 1996, Redhook’s brewery in Portsmouth, NH was established to provide East Coasters the same quality and fresh Redhook that loyal drinkers on the West Coast were accustomed to for years. Located in the Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth, the brewery boasts the same architectural style as its Woodinville, WA brother, which was influenced by the brewhouses of Bavaria. The expansive grounds are home to many events and festivities during the summer months, including the popular Redhookfest, usually held in August, which has hosted musicians such as Donovan Frankenreiter and Blues Traveler. If you’re looking to book a private party, our Alemakers Hall which overlooks the brewing tanks is a good choice. And of course our $5 brewery tours have long been known as the best and most fun deal in the area.
Public Brewery Tours
Sunday – Thursday
1:00-5:00pm, every hour on the hour Friday – Saturday
12:00-6:00pm, every hour on the hour
Starts at the Gift Shop desk.
Public Tour times are subject to change.
Tours cost $5 per person. All tours include a guided walking through the brewery, some Redhook history and an explanation of just how we make our fine beers, and a sampling session with three to four samples of beer and a souvenir pint glass. Lasts approximately 45-60 minutes. Maximum of 50ppl. (Minors are welcome to attend tour but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.)
Private tours are available on a limited schedule and cost $10 per person (minimum 15 people per tour). To book a private tour, call 603-501-3941 or CataquaBreweryTours@Redhook.com.
Redhook Brewery’s Cataqua Pub was named after the Piscataqua River that divides New Hampshire and Maine, the third fastest flowing navigable river in the world. “Piscataqua” is a Native American term, metaphorically translated to “a place where people come together, and where they part on their separate ways.” If you’re hungry the Cataqua Pub offers great pub style food and a wide variety of Redhook beers, many of which are served only at the brewery, such as “Live Free or Rye” a German style Rye beer that not so subtlety pays tribute the New Hampshire state motto and ethic. The Cataqua is a great place for beer lovers and is also fun for the whole family. Recent developments include an increased focus on local and organic ingredients. Hops are grown on-site and used in the cask and firkin beers, and a new organic garden with heirloom produce varieties is starting to sprout.
For information regarding banquet and conference room reservations please contact email@example.com or 603-501-3237.
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Normal Business Hours:
The pub will be CLOSED Saturday, July 11th and Saturday, August 15th.
Monday – Saturday: 11:00am – 10pm
Last call 30 minutes prior to closing.
The pub will be CLOSED or closing early on the following dates:
Saturday, October 17th : Closed
Thanksgiving Day: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closing at 5pm (last seating at 4pm, last tour at 3pm)
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: Closing at 8pm (last seating at 7pm)