The New Hampshire Liquor Commission opened a new 12,000-square-foot Liquor & Wine Outlet at the Officer Jeremy Charron and Officer Michael Briggs Traffic Circle in Epsom.
“We are pleased to be opening this new Outlet in Epsom, which marks the latest example of our ongoing effort to improve and enhance our NH Liquor & Wine Outlets statewide in order to provide an extensive selection of products and the very best customer service,” said NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica. “We know this new Epsom Outlet will make a positive impact on our ongoing mission to maximize revenue for the New Hampshire General Fund.”
The new Epsom Outlet offers modern amenities, including temperature and humidity-controlled wine vaults, an expanded spirits selection, wine Power Buys displays, and oversized aisles for social distancing and easy shopping. This new location features more than 4,000 selections of premium wines and spirits, as well as exclusive parking for NHLC’s fast-growing curbside service.
Modeled after several new Outlets, this 12,000-square-foot Epsom NH Liquor & Wine Outlet features the brand’s recognizable rustic post and beam entrance. The Outlet’s strategic location provides easy access from Routes 9, 4 and 28, and is situated near well-known national and regional brands, such as Aroma Joe’s, Dunkin, and McDonald’s, along a busy travel route connecting the Seacoast to the Capital Region, as well as being a popular route to the Lakes region and beyond.
NHLC is currently building brand-new Outlets in Littleton and New London that will open this spring. Additionally, NHLC recently announced plans to construct a 13,000-square-foot NH Liquor & Wine Outlet in Manchester, expected to open by the end of 2021. Since 2012, NHLC has opened new or renovated existing NH Liquor & Wine Outlets in more than 30 communities.