The Best Apres Ski Spots in the White Mountains

After Skiing at one of NH's Great Ski Resorts, Meet Friends and Have Great Food at these Apres Ski Hot Spots

Whether you ski downhill, cross-country or don’t ski at all, there’s plenty of fun to be had apres ski in MWV. There’s nothing like a cold beer (or refreshing non-alcoholic beverage) after a day outdoors. Here are a few of the best and hottest aprés-ski bars and restaurants. After skiing all day, relaz and join the party with great food, spirits and fun! Be sure to check websites for current open hours.

There's som unique apres ski spots in North Conway and the surrounding area.

Zip’s Pub at Cranmore

1 Skimobile Road, North Conway, NH

Zip’s Pub is arguably the pinnacle of après-ski in New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley. On any given day during a normal season, you can find skiers and riders jammed into the bar, enjoying live music and local beer, regardless of where they skied (or didn’t ski) that day. Zip’s offers entertainment with some smaller bands inside and outdoor concerts as well

Delaney’s Hole in the Wall

2966 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH Voted “Best of Mt. Washington Valley Reader’s Choice 2019 Featuring local beers on tap, 7 TV’s and a Sports Memorabilia collection to wow the biggest sports fan! A huge and eclectic menu featuring everything made from scratch, supporting local farmers and artisans.

Red Parka Steak House & Pub

Downtown Glen, NH Celebrating 49 years in business with the same family! Great entertainment continues every Fri & Sat from 8-11. Blue Sundays are back twice a month with top notch Blues bands from 5-8. And if it isn’t a Blue Sunday there is still super entertainment from 4-7 Join the fun for Paul’s Win It Wednesdays where you can win lift tickets & other cools stuff just by being in the Pub! And our favorite Jonathan Sarty will be here to get you rocking!

Alpine Garden Winery

Bartlett Village, NH Alpine Garden Winery is a true find, offering a whole new way to enjoy cider and wine, everything in hand-grown, hand-pressed and aged in Mt. Washington Valley. Tucked away on the outskirts of Bartlett Village, on the grounds of Alpine Garden Camping Village, owner and winemaker Ryan Classen in pouring something truly unique. Cider making is a long-time hobby for Ryan. In his original set he is pouring now, you’ll find a unique take on aging the Jonagold apple into cider. Currently offering a line-up of four ciders from the Jonagold apple variety, from an orchard found locally in Maine; Ryan is also working on growing grapes and bottling his own wine.

Cathedral Ledge Distillery

3340 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH Handcrafted Organic Spirits A post and beam barn that features stunning views of …you guess it: Cathedral Ledge!In this barn distillers Traci and Chris Burke, along with their staff are making their own new-make whiskey, rye whiskey, genever, gin, infused vodkas, aquavit, and maple liqueur. Take a tour of the distillery, enjoy a tasting and you can even bring your dog inside for all the fun!

Ledge Brewing Company

Route 302 Intervale, NH Ledge Brewing Is a small-batch brewery and tasting room focused on good times and excellent beer. Founded in 2020 by friends Silas Miller, Ian Ferguson and Cody Floyd, Ledge honors traditional brewing techniques while keeping pace with the modern evolution of American Craft beer. The tasting room aims to be a refuge for adventurers, a place where good cheer and memorable conversations are the backdrop of every pint. That’s the feeling we hope to impart in the tasting room and in every beer we serve: a well-earned destination. With ten beers on tap ranging from a cold brew stout to a blood orange hard seltzer to a Belgian stout, you’ll love the taste and the vibe that Ledge is pouring all day long. Ledge Brewing has rotating food trucks during the warmer months and live music both indoors and out.

Tuckerman Brewing Company

64 Hobbs St. Conway, NH Tuckerman Brewing was founded in 1998 by owners Kirsten Neves and Nik Stanciu. In their early 20s, Kirsten was considering law school and Nik had been working as a scientist. They wanted a lifestyle change so they relocated to the Mount Washington Valley and took jobs at local ski resorts. They quickly fell in love with everything the White Mountains offer and decided to set roots and open the brewery. Tuckerman Brewing is most widely known for the first beer they produced: The Tuckerman Pale Ale. The brewery now offers a wide variety of styles including stouts, brown ales, kolsch, pilsers, and New England Style IPAs. In 2021, the brewing operation expanded to include hard ciders too. Since opening the Tasting Room and Outdoor Beer Garden, the brewery has grown into a place for the community and visitors alike to gather and enjoy the Valley experience. Unwind after a long day of exploring the area or meet up with friends and family on the weekend to listen to live music. More recently, the Brewery began offering pizza too.

Moat Mountain Smokehouse & Brewing Company

3378 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH www.moat Located in one of North Conway’s most historic buildings, we serve up a full spectrum of hospitality, great beers, good vibes, and some amazing eats. On the menu: multi-cultural munchies, barbecue, burgers, wraps and sandwiches, wood grilled pizza, and entrees that will take you south of the border, Texas, the Carolinas, St. Louis, and beyond. We brewed our first beers here in 2000 and we continue to brew at the Smokehouse, focusing on more specialty ales and lagers for our guests to enjoy on-site. Since 2014, the Barn & Cannery has been where we produce many of our brews in both draft and 16-ounce cans year-round. Our 20-barrel brewing system is housed in an historic, 1700s renovated barn that once was home to the famed Peter Limmer Boots, the Barn & Cannery are not open to the public.

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