Brewery Update

Based on the importance of social distancing, we made the hard decision to close our tasting room for the foreseeable future. We’ll be sure to post updates here, and send them out on social media as the situation develops. We’re thinking of all of our community members who are hardest hit by this crisis, and are already looking forward to sharing a beer with each and every one of you once it’s safe to reopen. 

In the meantime, there is good news: we now offer curbside beer pickup and delivery to the greater Portland area.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WHAT WE’RE DOING AT THE BREWERY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PLEASE READ OUR BLOG.

We’re open for curbside beer pickup and delivery, 7 days a week.

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Hours for Curbside Pickup and Delivery

Hours 7 Days/Week

Curbside Pickup: 10:30am - 7:30pm

Delivery: 11:00am - 7:30pm

How to get here

If you’re coming from downtown Portland, there are multiple ways to get to the brewery. Be aware, during peak times it can take up to 45 minutes to get here from the downtown area.

BUS

Jump on the Route 2 Metro line to the Hannaford/Riverton stop. Click the button for the full schedule.

CAR

Taking a rideshare is a good idea. Be aware, during peak times, it can take up to 45 minutes to get to us from downtown Portland.

BIKE

We’re big fans of pedal power. If you're visiting during warmer times, the brewery is well within biking distance of downtown.

Electric Car

Driving an electric vehicle? You can charge it up here! Just ask a staff member, and they’ll point you in the right direction.

Monthly Charitable Partner

Our tasting room staff decided that in lieu of tips, they’d rather encourage visitors leave a donation for our charitable partner of the month. This month’s charitable partner is the Portland Museum of Art’s Dream Action Factory.

The Portland Museum of Art’s Dream Action Factory is a series of weekly happenings in which the PMA will partner with a different organization or community member for a unique program in which artists, scholars, makers, performers, students, and social organizations will delve into a wide variety of topics from crocheting to community organizing.

In this moment of division in our society, Dream Action Factory challenges us to come together with renewed urgency. Over the course of the series, we will make time and space for dialogue and for finding, amongst our many threads of identity, our common social fabric. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dogs allowed?

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on our covered patio when it’s open, but not permitted in the tasting room or on tours. We ask that your furry friend be leashed and under control at all times. And no matter your rules at home, could you please keep them off of our furniture. Trained service dogs are permitted in publicly accessible spaces. Thank you!

Can I bring kids?

Absolutely. Any people under 21 are welcome in our tasting room and on tours. We have juice boxes available too, just ask a member of our tasting room staff.

Do you serve food?

We do. Bite Into Maine has set up shop on our patio. You can check out their menu here.

How far are you from downtown Portland?

Depending on traffic, the drive can take anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes. If you’re coming for a tour, we recommend giving yourself plenty of time to get here. You can always enjoy a beer before your tour.