Micro Breweries

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Beer...

In addition to Portsmouth's restaurant district, Portsmouth's West End offers its own micro brew with tap room. 

Great Rhythm Brewing Company was founded in 2019 by Scott and Kristen Thornton. It was founded on a mission that combines active life styles, music, and the ultimate pursuit of creating the most flavorful hoppy beers for every occasion.

Coincidentally, for our garden and herb lovers Hops is the Herb of the Year! Hops is a key element in beer making. Celebrate by enjoying a local beer at Portsmouth's own Great Rhythm Brewing Company. 

Great Rhythm Brewing Company
105 Bartlett St
Portsmouth, NH 03801
603 430-9640
www.greatrhythmbrewing.com

 

Live...Work...Decorate?

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The WestEnd

Live...
Work...
Decorate...

The West End's slogan is Live..Work..Play.  It could just as easily be Live..Work..Decorate. The West End has a couple of great places to shop for your home. You'll need that when purchasing a unit at 211 Union Street.

Jennifer at The Weekender House http://www.weekenderhouse.com/ is a great resource for design and furniture.  She assisted me in my own home. Being color blind I gave her full reign on decking out my home and I personally loved her selections.

Hart and Home at 909 Islington St in Portsmouth NH is a furniture/decorating shop. It has lots of great options with an affordability element since it's is a consignment shop. They don't seem to have a website, but Facebook followers can find them here.

Want to keep it local but not finding what you need? Check out:

Cabot House:  Vaughan Mall, Portsmouth, NH  03801

Abode Home Furnishings at 775 Lafayette Rd #12, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Summer House Furnishings:  25 Sagamore Road (Foyes Corner), Rye, NH 03870

April 14th Open House from 1:30pm - 3:00pm!

Brad Boisvert
211 Union Street

UnionHouse Update

Posted by Facebook on Friday, April 13, 2018

The West End Continues to Evolve...

A 92 unit apartment building is scheduled to go in front of Portsmouth's land use boards. The proposal is to remove the old brick buildings at 145 Brewery Lane in Portsmouth and replace it with an elaborate mixed use building.

Brewery Lane is the cut thru road off of Albany Street that runs parallel to Islington Street and takes you right into the Pic n Pay parking lot. The building is on the left just before you enter the parking lot. Those familiar with Portsmouth will instantly know what I am talking about. While it's an area in need of some redeveloping I always get a little nostalgic when I hear of some of these old brick buildings being taken down and replaced with new. 

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