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It’s not every day that Herbie gets to climb a mountain, but lucky for this dry hopped session ale, a hike up Katahdin was in the works. Liquid Riot co-owner and distiller Ian Michaud made the plans [caption id="attachment_18153" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Trail Map[/caption] and the adventure began. The...

We have been planning this for quite a while, and are really excited to be able to share Gold Brew, our new Nitro Cream Ale made with 2019 Ethiopia Uraga coffee and brewed with Guatemalan cocoa nibs. It’s a limited batch and was made in collaboration...

The 2019 Blushing Star release is this Saturday April 6. This beer is really special, it's earned a Good Food Award and a Wold Beer Cup Gold. It develops and matures slowly in our oak Foeder, before aging on fruit in stainless, with fruit-forward Brettanomyces...

Source: Portland Press Herald BY MEREDITH GOADSTAFF WRITER When maple syrup and craft beer come together, life is sweet Collaborations between maple producers and brewers are on the rise. If you’ve ever been tempted to drink maple syrup right out of the bottle, Maine’s maple producers and craft brewers have...

IMBIBE Magazine, by Emma Janzen At Liquid Riot Bottling Co. in Portland, Maine, head brewer Greg Abbot chose to age his pils in a barrel spiked with wild yeast for added interest. Named after the white peaches that flavor the beer, Blushing Star is an American pils that’s fermented...

This is probably the biggest thing happening in Portland, Maine, Sat., Sep 1. And we mean not in the brewing community, in the whole darn town. BLUSHING STAR barrel aged lager with peaches? returns Saturday, at Noon Blushing Star is brewed with rice, matured in oak for 6-9 months...

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...

We are stoked to share news that Herbie is back. Herbie is our dry hopped session ale named in honor of Herbie the Great Elm, which stood just up the road from us in Yarmouth for over 200 years. Herbie is brewed in celebration of the Yarmouth...