The Co-op offers a wide selection of local and specialty beer, wine & cheese.
Beer & Wine
Our beer selection changes seasonally, with rarities that can be difficult to find in other stores. We carry single bottles, four- and six-pack selections. Our standard brands include New England microbrews like White Birch Brewing, Big Water Brewery, Great North Aleworks, Smuttynose, Moat Mountain, Oddball Brewing, Out.Haus Ales, and Peak Organic Brewing Company. We also offer gluten-free beer and cider from Glutenberg, Green’s, and Rekorderlig.
We carry choice reds, whites, rose, sparkling, and specialty wines. Our top shelf features local vineyards and wineries including LaBelle Winery, Jewell Towne Vineyards, Hermit Woods Winery, and Coffin Cellars Winery. We also carry national, imported, and organic wines. Expand your palate with our diverse selection of honey wines, or mead, from regional companies such as Sap House Meadery and Moonlight Meadery.
We specialize in New Hampshire-made cheese including Heart Song Farm, Robie Farm, Brookford Farm, Agape Homestead Farm, Sawyer’s Artisinal Cheese, Sandwich Creamery, and Huckins Farm. And since cheese making has attained such popularity in Vermont, you’ll also find a good core of regional cheeses in our case, such as West River Creamery, Vermont Creamery, and Maplebrook Farm.
We round out our cheese selection with some of the best authentic European cheeses and unique cheeses from throughout the United States. You’ll find cheese made from goat, sheep, and cow’s milk, as well as specialty products to serve along with your cheese. If you prefer organic, you’ll find several options by Organic Valley and Neighborly Farms of Vermont. Our cheese department highlights crackers that are meant to go with cheese (not compete with it), including locally made Firehook Crackers, as well as quince paste, and Vermont Smoke and Cure sausage. Non-dairy “cheese” can be found in our dairy case.
Lori Tremblay; Wine, Beer & Cheese Buyer
Lori is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire and grew up on small family farm in Deerfield. She made the transition to cheese and wine after working as a service leader at the Co-op. She lives with her family in Concord, where they foster dogs for Canine Commitment of New England, and helps them find their forever homes.