28 Must-Go Craft Breweries In Maine
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28 Must-Go Craft Breweries In Maine

Portland, ME is the top craft beer city in the world for a reason.

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You probably didn't know this, but Maine is actually making the best craft beer in America right now. Crazy, right?! Needless to say, I think we all need to get out there and check out these amazing brews.

Bangor Area:

1. Marsh Island Brewing Company


2. Sea Dog Brewing Company

3. Orono Brewing Company

4. Mason's Brewing Company

5. Black Bear Brewing Company


6. Blank Canvas Brewery


7. Geaghan's Brewing Company

Portland: The Number One Craft Beer City In The World

8. Allagash Brewing Company


9. Bissell Brothers

10. Oxbow Brewing Company


11. Rising Tide Brewing Company

12. Sebago Brewing Company


13. Gritty's


14. Bunker Brewing Company


15. Shipyard Brewing Company (Maine brought you pumpkinhead)

Downeast:

16. Atlantic Brewing Company

17. Strong Brewing Company


18. Lubec Brewing Company

Coastal:

19. Boothbay Craft Brewery

20. Andrew's Brewing Co

21. Rock Harbor Brewing Co

22. Monhegan Brewing Company

Beach Town Brews:

23. Kennebunkport Brewing Company


24. Funky Bow Brewery



25. Hidden Cove Brewing Company


26. Gneiss Brewing Co.


27. Some Brewing Co.


28. Tributary Brewing Company


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