Congratulations to our customer Doire Distilling and owners Andy Day, Alana Wentworth, and Bill Herlicka on receiving final state and town approvals to begin production at Derry’s new distillery. In late June they received town approval and New Hampshire Liquor Commission approval. The group received a federal basic permit to begin work on the distillery in January.
Andy and Alana are already known in Derry as the owners of Cask & Vine craft beer and wine bar, and for their involvement in the Derry community and the local craft beverage scene. Bill has extensive experience in brewing, distilling, and equipment.
The business was financed by the Regional Economic Development Center (Raymond, NH), Enterprise Bank, and a crowdfunding campaign.
Read more about Doire Distilling in the New Hampshire Union Leader article and visit Doire Distilling’s website at doiredistilling.com. Learn more about Regional Economic Development Center at redc.com.
Belle of the Ball 2019 Prom Dress Collection runs Feb 4 - Mar 30
Do you have prom dresses and gowns taking up space in your closet? From February 4 through March 30, all 24 Enterprise Bank locations will accept donations of gently-worn, trendy prom dresses.
Non-Profit Collaborative Spring 2019 Seminars Announced
Registration is open for the Non-Profit Collaborative’s spring 2019 seminar series covering a range of topics relevant to non-profit organizations.
Enterprise Bank Celebrates 30 Year Milestone
Enterprise Bank celebrated its 30th Anniversary on January 3, 2019. Enterprise Bank team members, senior executives, and retirees gathered in the Bank’s Lowell Campus Community Room, where CEO Jack Clancy thanked the team, customers, shareholders, and the community for their roles in the bank’s continued growth and independence.