Brewery Camping at Redhook? Yes, please!

The beauty of living in an RV is that you get to live everywhere, including breweries.


There is a membership called Harvest Hosts, which we discussed in our last post, that allows you to stay overnight at breweries, wineries, farms and museums. However, it’s still only a few years old and doesn’t have some of the places we’d like to go. That’s when our feet hit the pavement and we do the dirty work!
This is the second time where we have personally reached out to a brewery to see if they would allow us to stay overnight in their large lot. We explained that we live in an RV and visit breweries across the US. We told them we had a blog and YouTube channel and that we really wanted to tour their facility. Of course, they said yes! Not only did we get to stay overnight, we got a private tour!
Check out this rad video of our stay!

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXnj8W56doQ)
Redhook was absolutely fantastic! They are conveniently located right off I-95 in Portsmouth, NH. They have easy big rig access and a HUGE parking lot. They have an onsite restaurant with delicious food and plenty of beer to go around.
The brews we tried:
Winterhook Winter Ale- 6% ABV – 45 IBU
Grapefruit IPA – 5.4% ABV
Big Ballard – 8.6% ABV – 76 IBU
Long Hammer IPA – 6.2% ABV – 44 IBU
Cog Wheel Baltic Porter – 9.1% ABV – 30 IBU
ESB Extra Special/Strong Bitter – 5.8% ABV – 28 IBU
Bicoastal IPA – 7.1% ABV – 65 IBU
Castaway IPA (Kona) – 6% ABV – 50 IBU
Redhook certainly did not disappoint. We even got a growler to go!

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