Updated Apr 9, 2021 @ 10:37 am
Beer Flights / Choose any 4-5oz pours / $16
5% / 16oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$13)
Classic German Helles, blond in color with light, bready maltiness and subtle hopping; perfect for quaffing!
6.3% / 16oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$13)
Cash Money is bright with tropical fruit, peaches, and melon with a soft bready finish. Cashmere hops front and center with a supporting cast featuring Citra and Azacca.
10% / 12oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$19)
Quadruple dry hopped Triple IPA. Featuring Cashmere, Mosaic, Citra, Southern Cross, Amarillo, and Simcoe hops.
6.5% / 16oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$13)
Our dry hopped Saison series. Naturally refermented Saison, featuring Southern Cross hops. Tropical fruit, a hint of funk, with a punchy, dry finish.
7% / 16oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$13)
UK-style winter warmer. Rich, deep, and complex with notes of toffee and caramel.
6% / 12oz / $8 (16oz 4-packs/$16)
A tart, refreshing dry hopped Ale brewed with freshly zested Valencia oranges and fermented with tangerine puree. Brewed in collaboration with the Old Port Pub Run Crew.
7% / 12oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$16)
Rich Bock Ale aged on second use Montmorency cherries with mixed culture.
7.5% / 12oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$16)
Sour Brown Ale aged on raspberries. Sour tartness meets chocolate and dark fruit.
7% / 12oz / $8 (Bottle 500ml/$16)
Port barrel aged Sour Brown Ale on local Montmorency cherries with a blend of wild yeast and microbes. 2020 Good Food Awards finalist.
4% / 16oz / $8
Our rendition of an Irish Stout. Dark, rich flavors of roasted barley and British hops. On Nitro!
6.1% / 16oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$13)
This classic Oyster Stout is brewed in collaboration with the Fore Street crew, using local malt from Maine Malt House and local hops from The Hop Yard and locally foraged Damariscotta oysters.
9% / 12oz / $8 (16oz 4-packs/$18)
Imperial Milk Stout, brewed with Tandem Coffee Roasters coffee and Valrhona Ghana cacao nibs, then blended with our Single Malt Whiskey barrel aged Imperial Stout. Wow!
8% / 12oz / $8 (Crowler 32oz/$16)
Imperial Porter aged on toasted coconuts. This Porter is slightly bitter with hints of chocolate, and toasted coconuts. Perfectly balanced with a smooth finish.
Add a sidecar of Bierschnaps or Fernet Michaud to any full-size beer / $3
8% / 16oz / $5
Double dose of Head Stash using Simcoe, Amarillo, and Eureka with the addition of Citra, double dry hopped.
6.5% / 500ml / $16
Barrel-aged pilsner aged on local Blushing Star peaches from Kelly Orchard with Brettanomyces. 2016 World Beer Cup -Gold – Best Brett Beer, 2019 Good Food Awards winner.
7% / 500ml / $16
Port barrel aged Sour Brown Ale on local Montmorency cherries with a blend of wild yeasts and microbes. 2020 Good Food Awards finalist.
12.5% / 500ml / $13
Barrel aged Barleywine Ale brewed in collaboration with Oxbow Brewing Company. Aged for 1 year in a Cognac barrel.
8% / 500ml / $14
Norwegian-style Farmhouse Ale brewed with local grains, locally harvested juniper boughs, and aged in Brennivan barrels with Brettanomyces. 2020 Good Food Awards finalist.
6.5% / 375ml – $20 / 750ml – $40
Like any traditional Geuze, Drie Fonteinen’s Oude Geuze is tart, earthy, and incredibly complex, but also spritzy as champagne and greatly refreshing.
6% / 375ml – $25 / 750ml – $50
A Gueze made up of Drie Fonteinen brewed Lambic from 2013, 2014 and 2015.
7% / 750ml / $26
Belgian Ale with Lambic added. This exciting beer is the base for the delicious Kriek.