Resilience Brewing is Schilling Beer Co.’s American ale project. It was started in 2017 in an attempt to craft hoppy ales, as well as some other delicious beverages. Housed in Littleton, New Hampshire, Resilience has been thus named to mark the struggles that Schilling Beer Co. had to endure to successfully launch this project. To get a taste of Resilience beers, you can either come down to the Schilling Beer Co. taproom or brewpub. You might even chance upon 16oz cans and kegs of the same at limited distributor outlets across New Hampshire, but we recommend the hills as the perfect backdrop to enjoy your Resilience brews against.
Resilience Brewing deals with an entire range of ales. from barrel-aged dark ales to hoppy double dry-hopped IPAs. You might even be able to get your hands on an elusive New World ale if you’re lucky. Distribution is limited to the Rhode Island and Massachusetts area as of now. You can avail beer to-go in cans, casks, and small and large format kegs.
Schilling Beer Co. Brewery & Taproom
Schilling Beer Co. is largely a family-run, community-focused brewing enterprise. Settled on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River, it provides visiting customers with an environment to match its magical craft brews. The brewing effort provides a tasting room and store, as well as a brewpub where you can lounge around with your Resilience beer. For those who’d like to take in their surroundings, outdoor seating is made available in the form of a beer garden and a riverfront deck seating.
If you visit during the warmer months, you can avail your bites from a food truck parked near the riverfront deck. During colder months, Schilling Beer Co. provides table service in a weatherproof deck.
You will not go hungry when you come down to Schilling Beer Co. for a taste of Resilience beer. The kitchen here serves rustic, hand-made Neopolitan-style pizzas made using its very own wood-fired oven. You can also order from their local cheese and meat plates and pair them with your favorite Resilience brew. All of the food made available at Schilling Beer Co. is simple and homely, prepared using locally sourced ingredients.
Schilling Brew Co. in New Hampshire has crafted the following Resilience Beers until now:
- Resilience Combover – 6.7% ABV American IPA. It’s brewed using Galaxy hops. You can find flavor notes of spruce, citrus and strawberry when you sip on this resilience brew offering.
- Resilience Bouffant – 8% ABV American IPA.
- Resilience Hop Weave – 6% ABV Red IPA.
- Resilience Geppetto – 6.3% ABV American Stout. The milk stout is dark with a beige head. You can expect a chocolate, marshmallow, and soft coffee roast flavor profile from this one.
- Resilience Hop Weave – 6% ABV American IPA.
- Resilience Ponyhawk – 7.9% ABV Double IPA.
- Resilience Pompadour – 6.7% ABV American Pale Ale. Hazy and golden in color with New World hops, peach, citrus, and spruce aromas and flavors overwhelm your senses when you taste this Resilience beer.
- Resilience Pandoxatrices – 5.8% ABV IPA. Brewed in collaboration with a bunch of other breweries, the Indian Pale Ale contains refined and dynamic citrus notes, having been brewed using a combination of El Dorado, Azacca, Lorel, and Idaho Gem hops.
- Resilience Florissant – 1% ABV Pale Ale. Hazy and straw-colored, with a mixture of fragrant Lemondrop, Citra and Crystal hops, this beer is crisp and extremely drinkable with a pronounced scent of lemon candy.
- Resilience Serra – 6.2% ABV West Coast IPA. Brewed with Simcoe, Centennial, and Amarillo hops, this clear beer is brewed in the traditional American IPA manner with crystal malt, providing a bitter finish.
The availability for the list of Resilience beers notified above is subject to changes. You might able to avail some of the above Resilience brews on tap, while others might be available in 16oz cans or 750ml bottled form. A good many of these are on-site exclusives with restrictions on purchase limits, so make sure you plan your purchases accordingly before visiting Schilling Beer Co. to pick up your Resilience beers.
The People Behind Resilience Brewing
The people who came up with the idea of the Resilience Brewing project are the same people who started the Schilling Beer Co. in New Hampshire. The founder of the brewing company is Dr. Bruce Cozzens. John Lenzini is the co-founder and head of all brewery operations at Schilling Beer Co. Jeffrey B. Cozzens and Stuart Cozzens are the other two co-founders rounding up the founding team of the NH brewery. Chris Deapo works as the head brewer at Schilling and Courtland Handley and is also the industrious kitchen manager.
Schilling Beer Co. is proud to call the North Country town of Litteton home. You will notice the brewery paying homage to this commercial and cultural centre of NH on all its packaging and labels.
The Schilling Beer Co. brewpub offers customers an unparalleled beer drinking experience. Nestled on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River, the brewpub is located in the renovated premises of an 18th-century grist mill. You can avail your Resilience ales on draught here or order table-side service. The beer garden outside also offers table service, so you never have to leave your table to get access to another round of Resilience beer. If you wish to host your private event at Schilling Beer Co. with Resilience beer, you can rent the beer hall provided upstairs within the brewpub.
The tasting room facility is housed in a building right adjacent to the brewpub. It is designed with expansive decks and even a wood-burning fireplace to keep you warm when it gets chilly outside. With all of this on offer, you can’t possibly still be wondering if Resilience Brewing is worth your visit! Plan a trip already; what are you waiting for?
The Schilling Beer Co. tasting room is open every day of the week, for you to drive down and enjoy your Resilience beers. The address for the brewery and taproom is 18 Mill Street, Littleton, New Hampshire. The Schilling Beer Co. also delivers its range of Resilience beers locally in New Hampshire. You can place your orders for delivery during weekends. Check out their website or call 603-575-5146 for more information on how to sample some delicious Resilience brews.