Author: Liquid Riot

Liquid Riot Grisette is immensely drinkable, it's 5% and so light and crisp. Grisette pairs beautifully with everything from our farro salad and fish tacos to the Kahuna burger. Honestly the best news about Grisette is that we created it using exclusively Maine ingredients. We...

It's Yarmouth Clam Festival weekend, July 20-22. The 53rd annual! [caption id="attachment_17387" align="alignright" width="300"] Ian Michaud, left, Eric Michaud and Greg Abbot of Portland's Liquid Riot Bottling Co.[/caption] Three of our crew, Eric and Ian Michaud and Greg Abbot, grew up in Yarmouth so they know their...

Blog excerpt from Good Beer Hunting [Read the entire blog online now] Words by Joshua M. Bernstein Illustrations by Charlotte Hudson June 25, 2018 In 2004, Greg Engert worked at Washington, D.C.’s Brickskeller, perhaps the best beer bar in our nation’s capital at the time. During its heyday, the tavern offered...

You know us for our brewery and distillery, but do you know about our food? It's time to dive in headfirst and try some of the amazing offerings streaming out of our resto-bar. Under chef Josh Doria's leadership, the menu earns an A+ for creativity,...

We open at noon daily and our big screen is tuned into the FIFA World Cup matches. While you're devouring world-class fare, sip beers and cocktails inspired by countries competing in matches. First-round matches run through June 28!...

Game of Thrones Fans Will Love this Maine Beer VIA Q105FM A Maine brewery got crafty with the name, or lack there of, of one their DIPA's. Liquid Riot Bottling in Portland has a beer for Game Of Thrones fans. First released in 2016, A Beer Has No...

June 2 represents two very important things at Liquid Riot. #1) It's the anniversary of the Portland Rum Riot. In 1855 brave citizens marched on Portland City Hall to demand their rum. We're named for this heroic event and raise our glasses everyday to those good...

By Gary Dzen GLOBE STAFF Liquid Riot Bottling Co. is making good use of its prime real estate on the Portland, Maine, waterfront. The location is obviously good for business — tourists milling about the Old Port can’t help but stumble upon the brewery/distillery in between stops...