AUGUST 11, 2018 • 12–8 • Norway, Maine

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Beer Garden

Maine brews are all the buzz with over 90 breweries including nano-, micro-, and regional craft-breweries. The Festival will highlight brewers in and around the western foothills of Maine and beyond with a focus on Maine grains, hops, and malts. Join us for a beer!

Beer Garden Passes

Local Brews & Producers

Norway, Lewiston, Bethel, Harrison, Lisbon Falls, Gorham Skowhegan, Portland, Scarborough brews... it doesn't get any better!

Bear Bones Beer is an independent nano-brewery located in downtown Lewiston, Maine with a focus on making high-quality sustainable craft beer.

 

Bear Bones Beer

43 Lisbon Street

Lewiston, ME 04240

(207) 200-1324

 

Website: bearbonesbeer.com

Email: bearbonesbeer@gmail.com

Facebook: facebook.com/bearbonesbeer/

Twitter: @bearbonesbeer

Located on the access road to the Sunday River Ski Resort, the Sunday River Brewing Company offers a fun, casual atmosphere with an eclectic mix of locals, tourists and craft beer drinkers.

 

Sunday River Brewing Company

29 Sunday River Road Bethel, ME 04217

(207) 824-4253

 

Website: sundayriverbrewingcompany.com

Facebook: facebook.com/Sunday-River-Brew-Pub

Instagram: @sundayriverbrewingco

Hand-crafted in small batches on the banks of Maine's Crooked River, Pennessewassee brews an Americanized version of a traditional English Pale Ale and a Bolster's Brew Honey Brown Ale made from Maine ingredients including elderberries and honey.

 

Pennesseewassee Brewing Company

458 Plains Road, Harrison, Maine 04040

(207) 743-9808

 

Website: pennybrew.com

Email: info@pennybrew.com

Facebook: facebook.com/pennybrew/

Twitter: @thepennybrew

 

Norway Brewing Company is a family owned microbrewery right off route 26 in Norway, Maine. Their goal is to use as many locally sourced ingredients as possible with fruit and vegetable growers, livestock and dairy farmers, as well as local grain and hops growers to create a network of producers who supply our chefs and brewers with raw ingredients grown  here in Maine.

 

Norway Brewing Company

237 Main Street, Norway, ME 04268

(207) 739-2126

 

Web; norwaybrewing.com

Email: beer@norwaybrewing.com

Facebook: facebook.com/norwaybrewingco/

Twitter: @norwaybrewingco

 

Blue Ox Malthouse seeks to push the possibilities of craft beer and spirits and support Maine agriculture by providing high quality Maine-made malt. Reinvigorating a centuries old craft, we are committed growing the connection between brewers and farmers while striving to grow communities and serve as a model for sustainable and environmental practices.

 

Blue Ox Malthouse

41 Capital Ave, Lisbon Falls, ME

(207) 649-0018

 

Web: blueoxmalthouse.com

Contact: BlueOxMalthouse

Facebook: /BlueOxMalt/

Twitter: @Blueoxmalthouse

 

Maine Grains is a leading partner in building a regenerative economy in Central Maine by milling healthful, exceptional grains using a unique traditional stone process, sourcing grains locally to the greatest extent possible, and selling widely in order to support the growth of local food business and farms. Through a traditional stone milling process, they are able to preserve nutritional content and improve the performance of the grain for natural fermentation baking, brewing and cooking. Their  organic locally grown grains provide a variety of delicious hearty flavors.

 

Maine Grains

42 Court Street Skowhegan, ME 04976

(207) 474-8001

 

Web: mainegrains.com

Contact: email

Facebook: mainegrains

Twitter: @MaineGrains

 

Since 1998, Sebago Brewing Company has been offering unique, high quality craft beers, all brewed with American malt, hops, and crisp water from Maine's Sebago Lake. What began as a single brewpub in Scarborough, Maine in 1998, quickly expanded to three additional brewpubs and restaurants in Portland, Gorham, and Kennebunk, all centralized in the southeastern region of Maine.

 

Sebago Brewing Company

211 Fore Street, Portland, Maine 04101

Brewery, bar, eatery - Open 11am–1am daily

207-775-2337

 

Web: sebagobrewing.com

Contact: email

Facebook: facebook.com/AllagashBrewingCompany

Twitter: @allagashbrewing

 

Portland, Maine has been Allagash Brewing Company's home since 1995 as an independent brewery striving to make the best Belgian-inspired beers in the world.

 

They are passionate about living and working in Maine and promote a Give Where You Live initiative with proceeds from all of our beers helping to give back to organizations that make a positive impact on their local community.

 

Allagash Brewing Company

50 Industrial Way, Portland, Maine 04103

Open for tours, tastings, and retail seven days a week.

800.330.5385

 

Web: www.allagash.com

Contact: email

Facebook: facebook.com/AllagashBrewingCompany

Twitter: @allagashbrewing

 

Saco River Brewing Company started in 2016 in Fryeburg. Mason Irish and Kevin Antonucci came from a home brewing backgroun and started a home brewing club, called IBU. The club took off and they ended up with a brewery. Saco River Brewing is a dog-friendly and kid-friendly brewery. They brew mostly American and some Belgian style beer.

 

Saco River Brewing Company

10 Jockey Cap Lane, Route 302, Fryeburg, Maine

(207) 256-3028

 

Facebook: facebook.com/sacoriverbrewing

Email: sacoriverbrewing@gmail.com

For nine generations Ricker Hill has been growing apples in Turner, Maine. It is with the same farm that they started back in 1803, that they now use to produce hard cider.

 

The entire process of making hard cider (growing the apples, pressing the apples, fermenting the cider, and canning the cider) all happens right on the farm. Made from real apples, not from concentrate, this craft cider is full of flavor and will keep your taste buds satisfied. With a variety of flavors, even the people who don't normally drink hard cider will find something to enjoy.

 

Ricker's Hard Cider

11 Ricker Hill Road, Turner, Maine 04282

(207) 225-6165

 

Web: rickershardcider.com

Contact: email

Facebook: facebook.com/RICKER-HILL

 

In addition to being better for the environment -- aluminum is the most recycled material in the world -- and the beer itself by keeping the liquid safe from light and oxygen, cans are infinitely more portable than glass, and therefore the perfect accompaniment to the outdoor activities we love. As one of their founding principles is to be a sustainably-driven, environmentally-friendly company, they strive to be "greener" than the normal brewing process calls for through efforts including purchasing wind power to offset 100% of our electrical usage, using their spent grain and yeast to feed local cattle, composting solid waste and discarded hops, using ME-certified energy efficient lighting, recovering and reusing steam from their brewhouse, neutralizing our waste water, enforcing a strict recycling program, and, of course, using cans.

 

Baxter Brewing Co.

130 Mill Street, Lewiston, Maine 04240

(207) 333-6769

 

Web: baxterbrewing.com

Contact: email

Facebook: facebook.com/baxterbrewing

 

“...a beer carried quietly three miles is better than one shot across three thousand on a fast freight.”

M.F.K. Fisher

Foothills Food Festival

Longley Square, 413 Main Street
Norway, Maine

Mailing: CEBE, 447 Main Street
Norway, Maine 04268

AUGUST 11, 2018 • 12–8 • Norway, Maine

“...a beer carried quietly three miles is better than one shot across three thousand on a fast freight.”