Why is it that even as there’s a chill in the air, a cold beer outside is still equally as enjoyable as a summer day?
We visited the new 603 Beer Hall on a cloudy weekend day. It had just stopped raining so the patio was a little empty. There was also a big tent set up in the parking lot (to the left of this building in the photo) which is where we ended up, and we were able to order beer on tap and the full food menu.
Summatime is one of our tried and true favorites from 603 so we enjoyed one of those out under the tent. I also tried their grapefruit and peach sour which was delicious! It was a pretty mild sour in the range of sour beers I’ve tried and it would definitely be an easy, drinkable summer beach beverage.
We were both ravenous when we arrived at the brewery so we ordered a bunch of our pub food favorites. Their menu is full of a nice range of sandwiches, pub snacks, pizzas and salads. I dug right into the hot baked pretzel with beer cheese and mustard. Giant soft pretzels are my JAM (and bad ones are the biggest disappointment) and this one was great. With a warm, crunchy outside and soft inside, and a tasty beer cheese sauce, I was so happy. We also ordered the pulled pork sandwich and a Greek personal pizza, which was the perfect size, and both were hot and full of great flavors on a chilly fall day. Since we visited, 603 has upgraded their menu so I would recommend checking that out ahead of time here!
I am very much interested in trying their new build-your-own mac n cheese as well as their autumn salads. They also have lots of new seasonal beers (and ciders!) on tap, although as of September 27 they have sadly run out of their Toasted Pumpkin Ale which I really wanted to try! For those who got to try it, please share…
Overall the 603 Beer Hall is a great new spot to visit, enjoy a great lunch and a beer, and hang out. I’m looking forward to trying their new seasonal flavors and visiting again soon! They are open Wednesday through Sunday from 12-8 PM, and curbside pickup is still available at 42 Main Street in Londonderry.