• Shining Bright E30 | Throwback Brewery with Nicole Carrier

July 04, 2018

This episode we talk to a FarmHer who, along with her business partner came together to launch a brewery, surrounded by a farm! We’ll meet Nicole Carrier, one of the women behind a totally unique operation in New Hampshire.

Read the blog about Throwback Brewery from Season two HERE.

Throwback Brewery highlighted in the Recipe Corner HERE.


Nicole is Co-Founder and President of Throwback Brewery – a small, inspired farm, brewery, and restaurant on the Seacoast of NH, dedicated to crafting farm-fresh beer & food from local ingredients. Prior to starting Throwback Brewery, Nicole spent close to 20 years in the software industry – her last role being an executive at IBM, where she focused on product management, marketing, and evangelism. Nicole is the President of the New Hampshire Brewers’ Association and a recipient of the 2017 Business Excellence Award in Manufacturing from NH Business Review. Nicole holds an MBA and a BA from Dartmouth College.




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