Barrel Aged Scotch Ale – Malty, light smoked, aged in organic once used Bourbon barrels.
Belgain WaffAle – Belgian wit inspired beer, without the coriander and orange peel. Strawberry and biscuit malt instead simulate the waffle character.
Canuck Chinook – Brewed entirely with Maple Sap, using Maine Malt House base grain and Blue Ox Malthouse Vienna grain that give it a malty backbone, with disctinct maple character with Canadian grown Chinook hops from Moose Mountain Hops.
Chocolate Orange – A double brown style ale brewed with baker’s cocoa and citrus hops, with orange peel added to secondary fermentation giving it a chocolate orange candy-like character.
Coconut Red – Holy coconut! It’s a malt forward Irish Red with hop bitterness in the middle and a toasted coconut throughout.
Deep Red – This Red Ale has malted oats and roasted malt to give it a rich roasted complexity. It is brewed with kelp to add a little salty richness.
Dill Cucumber Pale – 90% Maine made Malt, 100% Maine grown hops. Dill and cucumber added post fermentation for flavor. An English inspired pale with caramel back bone.
Draft Punk! – Free form brew with no style. Amber in color using 9 different malts, one of them smoked over apple wood with whole cloves. Bavarian Lager yeast fermented at ale temps. Punk beer!
Flaked Maize Lager – Pre-prohibition style lager brewed with a liberal dose of Flaked Maize, that adds a sweetness to the smooth lager. Nugget hops balance the sweetness.
Golden Cranberry – Belgian Golden Ale, mild spice, balancing hops and cranberry to give it a dry finish.
Liquorice Baltic Porter – Strong malt backbone, roasted malt, balancing hops, light liquorice flavor from Star Anise.
Maine Made Pale – Complex sweetness, slight orange tint in color, citrus hop character. 100% sourced Maine ingredients, including malt from Blue Ox Malthouse.
Maple Braggot – Very complex malt character with a maple backbone. Mild hop, high in alcohol. Very limited run.
Maybock – Malty character with a light color. Very smooth with a bit of sweet, herbal flavor due to addition of Fennel seed at end of boil.
Molasses Ginger Mild – A British Mild style ale with molasses and ginger root added to the brew to give a festive character. Low on alcohol big on character.
Oatmeal Raisin Stout – Aroma of rum raisin, color of a roasted stout, sweet stout flavor, roasty notes, subtle raisin flavors in the finish, smooth body.
Olive Gose –
Rauch Weizen – Banana and clove coupled with mild smokiness. Complex, but light summer beer.
Rhubarb Kolsch – A light German style ale with a sharp-sweet Rhubarb finish.
R.I.P.A. – A Rauch IPA. Cherrywood smoked malt complements a caramel malt backbone. It has 100 IBUs, which come from Chinook, Cascade, and Nugget hops. Pairs great with pizza, BBQ, or Greek food!
Roasted Garlic Alt Bier – Richly malty, subtly sweet, balancing to bittering hops with a pleasant roasted garlic aroma and a light roasted garlic flavor throughout.
Salted Caramel – A dunkelwiezen style ale with lactose and salt added and an extra long boil to caramelize the sugars. It tastes like a salted caramel candy, very easy to drink.
Sarsaparilla Weizen Bock – A wheat German lager that has added sarsaparilla, that gives it a woodsy, herbal sweetness.
Scottish Spruce – A well balanced malt forward beer with a citrus kick at the end from locally harvest spruce tips.
Sidamo Brown – A coffee forward beer with smooth chocolate undertones from the dark roasted Sidamo coffee beans, roasted at Green Tree Coffee & Tea in Lincolnville, ME.
Spiced Abbey Ale – A rye Abbey Belgian style beer with coriander, spruce and mint. It is big, malty, and smooth to help get you through the cold winter months.
Sweet Potato Dunkel – A traditional dunkelweizen with roasted sweet potatoes, which gives a caramel and clove flavor profile.
Tripel Ginger – Belgian Tripel with ginger added three times twice during boil, once post fermentation. This complex malty, slightly warming ale has the added freshness and spice of ginger.
Winter Abbey – Rye malt, the spices complement the style for a winter warmer.