Discover a local brew pub, brewery, and meadery on this tour of some Portland's best craft drink producers.
Our first stop is Foulmouthed Brewing. Veteran homebrewers Craig Dilger and Bill Boguski have joined forces to bring Foulmouthed Brewing to life in South Portland. Their brewpub has been built inside a former auto and boat repair facility, and the brewery is also well designed for large scale production. Opened in June of 2016, Foulmouthed provides a unique assortment of beers that have been crafted to pair with the food turned out from their sunny kitchen. Learn about the origin of the name as you tour one of the newest breweries in Maine.
After our look at one of the newer established breweries in Maine, we'll check out Maine Mead Works. One of the world's oldest-known fermented goodies is made here in Portland: Mead. While mead ' or wine made from honey ' is often heavy and syrupy, you'll be pleased to find that the team at Maine Mead Works has developed a light, dry, modern take on the formula. Learn about the secret of their success and taste their extensive list of variations, including some invigorating sparkling mead blends.
Our last stop is in a location that opened late 2016. But Bunker didn't start in Libby town they moved from East Bayside. Bunker Brewing Company's brewers make a rotating assortment of ales and lagers, making this the perfect stop during which to ask the question, 'What's the difference between an ale and a lager?' If you prefer to dance the day away amongst the brewing equipment, this is a good stop for you, too.
At the conclusion of the'tour, we'll drop you back off at The Craft Beer Cellar, where you can purchase some beer for later and is an excellent location to continue your exploration of lively downtown Portland.
Please note that tour venues and details may change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances.