The Oldest Bar In New Hampshire Has A Fascinating History

Alcohol – be it beer, wine, or spirits – has for centuries been a major part of many cultures, including that of the British settlers who colonized New England. It’s no surprise, therefore, that taverns and public houses have a long history in the original colonies, including New Hampshire. It’s hard to track down the exact history, of course,

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You can find the Hancock Inn and Fox Tavern at 33 Main Street, Hancock, NH 03449.

Looking for other unique places to have a drink? Check out this bookstore that’s also a bar.