When the pandemic hit, Fabrizia Spirits pivoted from making limoncello mix to hand sanitizer to keep their employees working.
Following up on its successful Buddy-Up! raffle of Van Winkle, Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, and other high-end whiskeys, which raised $200,000 for Best Buddies New Hampshire, the NHLC is now upping the ante in a bid to raise half a million dollars for the New Hampshire Food Bank and Easterseals New Hampshire.
One in seven Granite Staters do not know where their next meal will come from, according to new estimates from the New Hampshire Food Bank.
When Fabrizia Spirits co-owner Phil Mastroianni started to look ahead to what is normally a quiet winter season for the Salem limoncello producer, he turned to his younger brother Nick with an ambitious idea.
In less than a year, the NH Lottery has surpassed $200 million in total sports wagering. As of Monday, November 9, more than 52,000 customers have registered in NH, making more than six million bets, totaling more than $205.1 million.
The inaugural 90 Days Around the World program, which began on Nov. 2 and will continue through Jan. 30, features a three-month series of free virtual tastings, Q&A sessions and other interactive events with winemakers and distillers near and far.
Ohm Lifestyle Center recently opened the largest therapeutic float room in the northeast, adding to its array of offerings. Float therapy allows for full sensory deprivation providing health benefits including soothing chronic pain.
The New Hampshire Liquor Commission has racked up a number of wins in the Control State Best Practices Awards, and 2020 is no exception. The NHLC is the Overall Winner this year, after winning in 2015 for Best Technology Innovation and in 2016 for Best Warehouse Innovation, as well as Overall Winner for the Control State Best Practices Awards in 2017.
The DraftKings Sportsbook in Manchester features machines where physical bets can be placed, while the game is being watched at two bar areas inside the renovated space.
The number of families seeking food from the New Hampshire Food Bank has nearly tripled since the COVID-19 pandemic began, increasing from about 200-250 families per week to 500-650, according to Nancy Mellitt, director of development for New Hampshire Catholic Charities, which runs the food bank.