Our community's presence in the tavern feels like its seeping out of the walls. It has been what has made our little "off the water" neighborhood tavern so sublime. Do we have an amazing view? Yes, but it's not the ocean or a mountain skyline, it's your friends, family or co-workers playing bocce, cribbage, or throwing the "brass ring". Laughing and eating superb foods created alongside great local beer are as common as the salt and pepper shakers on our tables.
It’s called Maine Beer Company from a reason. Visit their newly expanded tasting room features 20 draft lines, including some limited and brewery-only releases. Eat pizzas from our wood-fired oven using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Cheers!
Come and visit us at King Eider’s Pub in the heart of the coastal village of Damariscotta. Our historic building has been home to many interesting businesses over its 100+ years. Today, its warmth draws the visitor into the first floor pub with its brick walls, handsome cherry floors and low beams hung with old iron hooks holding handmade mugs.
When you visit us at our 200-year-old barn in Lincolnville, we invite you to enjoy a $10 wine tasting off the beaten path. While you’re here, browse our gift shop, enjoy a glass of wine and a local cheese plate, all while overlooking the vineyard.
Rural farmhouse brewery nestled in the woods of Newcastle, Maine, an enchanting part of our state where rolling farmlands meet tidal waters. The best craft beers in the woods. What’s not there to like?
Bath Brewing Company is a community-driven brew pub situated on the banks of the Kennebec River in downtown Bath, Maine. Our cozy main floor pub offers delicious pub fair and a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, with more traditional dining and lounge area available on the second floor. Our in-house brewery highlights a selection of English-style craft ales and hop-forward IPAs from our passionate brewmaster Peter Heggeman. Come by, relax, and have a meal and a pint with old friends and new!
Founded in 1962, Maine Maritime Museum sits on a beautiful 20-acre campus on the banks of the Kennebec River in “The City of Ships,” Bath, Maine.The museum is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of Maine’s maritime heritage and culture.