Liquor

NH News
2:45 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

N.H. Liquor Commission: Washington, D.C. Licenses Are Valid ID

Credit Joe Shlabotnik / Flickr/Creative Commons

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission has clarified a state law, saying that driver’s licenses from Washington, D.C. should be acceptable identification when purchasing alcohol.

The guidance is in response to an incident in Concord earlier this month where a legal-age customer with a Washington, D.C. license was denied alcohol.

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Foodstuffs
4:37 pm
Thu January 30, 2014

Napa Valley Vintners Come To New Hampshire

Corinne Szopa of Portsmouth smells a deep rosé of cabernet.
Ryan Lessard NHPR

The 9th annual Wine Week wraps up in New Hampshire Thursday night with a big event in the Manchester Radisson from 6-9 where about 1800 wines will be featured along with several wine personalities. NHPR’s Ryan Lessard checked out two events Wednesday night where some Napa Valley winemakers and vineyard owners made an appearance and produced this audio postcard. 


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Word of Mouth
2:06 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

There's Moonshine In These Here New Hampshire Woods

Deep in the woods of New Hampshire, Hoss and his friends turn out 150-proof liquor.
Todd Bookman NHPR

The past few years, moonshine has been making its way back on the shelf, thanks in no small part to the discovery channel’s popular reality show, "Moonshiners."

While "White Lightning" may have its roots in Appalachia, there's at least one illegal operation brewing in the deep shade of New Hampshire's forest. As part of Foodstuffs, NHPR's new series celebrating food, Todd Bookman reports.

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