Maine Beer Company
Founded originally in Portland in 2009, Maine Beer Company quickly outgrew its space and moved to their current location in Freeport. The company has since expanded again and their new tasting room features 20 draft lines, including some limited and brewery-only releases.
The brewery serves pizzas from a wood-fired oven using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Their new mezzanine offers additional seating overlooking the tasting room and the production space.
The brewery also offers merchandise, gift certificates, and bottles of our beer to go. The tasting room is closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Unfortunately, they do not offer tours.
For more information on Maine Beer Company, visit their website at mainebeercompany.com.
Maine Beer Company is an independent craft brewer.
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A selection of beers from Maine Beer Company
|A Tiny Beautiful Something Review||American Pale Ale||5.5||165||4.04|
|Another One Review||American IPA||7.0||210||4.31|
|Black Barn Program No. 1 Review||American IPA||6.5||195||4.24|
|Black Barn Program No. 2 – Maine Special Bitter Review||Best Bitter||4.7||141||3.94|
|Black Barn Program No. 3 Review||American IPA||6.5||195||4.12|
|Black Barn Program No. 4 Review||German Pilsner||5.1||153||4.1|
|Black Barn Program No. 5 Review||American IPA||4.7||141||4.04|
|Black Barn Program No. 6 Belgian Style Pale Ale Review||Belgian Pale Ale||5.4||162||3.72|
|Black Barn Program No. 7 Wet Hop IPA Review||American IPA||6.2||186||3.33|
|Black Barn Program No. 8 Review||American Brown Ale||5.9||177||0|
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