Sierra Nevada Brewing has been one of the top craft breweries in the country since 1980. Their Pale Ale is the 2nd best-selling craft beer in the U.S. They brew with discipline and daring and a doggedly independent spirit of pioneering. More >>
Allagash began as New England’s original Belgian-Style brewery and have grown into one of the industry’s most distinguished and well-respected brands. More >>
Unibroue made history by becoming the first North American beer maker to use a brewing method inspired by the two-centuries-old tradition developed by Trappist monks in Europe—particularly in Belgium. More >>
Founded in 1994, Smuttynose is the Granite State’s leading craft brewery, located in the historic seaport city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. More >>
The Boston Beer Company is America’s leading brewer of handcrafted, full-flavored craft beers. Founder and Brewer, Jim Koch, brews Samuel Adams craft beers using the time honored traditional four-vessel brewing process, and the world’s finest all-natural ingredients. More >>
Baxter Brewing Co. is a Maine-based micro craft brewery which is the first brewery of its kind in the state to can all of its beer. More >>
Rising Tide Brewing Company is a family-owned craft brewery located in Portland, Maine, specializing in artisanal, hand-crafted ales brewed in small batches. They opened our doors in October of 2010 as a nano-brewery hand crafting ales in 40 gallon batches. More >>
Black Bear Brewery is Orono, Maine’s family owned and operated microbrewery and tap room. They distribute draft beer in Maine and sell pints, tasters and growlers from the brewery. More >>
Founded in 1993, Sea Dog is Maine owned and brews a full line of award/winning handcrafted ales that capture the spirit of Maine’s sea-faring history. Our beers are brewed in a traditional English style using only the highest quality ingredients like English two-row malted barley and British top-fermenting Ringwood yeast. More >>
The Winterport Winery, owned by Michael and Joan Anderson, opened its doors in the fall of 2001. What was a hobby then has now become a full time work and a family involved business. More >>
Sebago offers a full line of year round beers, five seasonal beers, and several highly-anticipated limited edition Single Batch Series beers that have a reputation as creative, high quality, unique beers that tempt and satisfy the palates of New England’s beer lovers. More >>
From the start, Gritty’s was at the forefront of the brewing renaissance in the Maine. Their ales have been repeat winners at the annual Real Ale Festival in Chicago and have also appeared as Featured International Selections at the Great British Beer Festival. More >>
Using locally sourced honey, clear, pure water and our own proprietary yeast strain, we blend ancient tradition and modern science to produce distinctive wines at our meadery in downtown Portland, Maine. More >>
Founded in March 2010 by entrepeneur Eli Cayer, a Mainer himself, the Urban Farm Fermentory is an experimental fermentation center. They source as many local ingredients as possible to highlight and preserve Maine’s unique terroir. More >>
Founded in 2011, Geaghan Brothers Brewing Company is a local, family owned Microbrewery serving the community of Bangor, Maine.
We started the Harpoon Brewery in 1986 because—like today—we loved beer and wanted more quality choices.
The shandy tradition dates back to the 17th century and is typically beer mixed with a citrus-flavored soda or carbonated lemonade, ginger beer, ginger ale or cider.
Fatty Bampkins is produced in South Casco, Maine from fresh cider pressed at Ricker Orchards, Turner, Maine. The cider is barrel fermented in bourbon and rye barrels with three different yeasts and aged for four months in the barrels.