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Pine State Beverage Truck Unveiled

Sebago Brewing and Pine State Beverage have been partners in bringing excellent craft beer to Maine since 2006. After 11 years, the partnership continues to grow and with the opening of our new brewery on the horizon, that trend should be continuing into 2018 and well beyond. Now we’re unveiling a Sebago Brewing and Pine State Beverage 18 bay delivery truck that will be arriving soon at a craft beer …Read More

Photo Contest: Autumn’s New Tradition

There’s something special about fall in New England. For many of us at Sebago Brewing, it’s our favorite season. It’s a time for good friends, gorgeous weather, and great beer. And Bonfire is Brewed For Times Like These™. Perfect for both 80-degree afternoons and 40-degree nights, Bonfire is Autumn’s New Tradition. To celebrate, we’re running a new photo contest on social media. Enter Our Photo Contest Show us how your autumn …Read More

Meet The Crew: Head Brewer Peter Dahlen

Since we poured our first beer in 1998, we’ve been working to build a community of creative beer-lovers. Part of that stems from our commitment to our employees—The Sebago Brewing Company Crew. We’d love to introduce you to a few members of the crew so you can get to know the team that brews and serves our delicious Sebago beers.   Meet The Crew: Peter Dahlen, Head Brewer Peter Dahlen has been with …Read More

Turnkey Brewery For Sale

Sebago Brewing Company is on the move. We’re building a new destination brewery on Main Street in Gorham on the Shaw Brothers Family Foundation farm. We are planning to be brewing there in January 2018.   Since 2005 we have been brewing and packaging our beer in the Gorham industrial park in a built-to-suit 8000 sq. ft. building. We have experienced amazing growth over the past 12 years here and …Read More

Destination Brewery Groundbreaking In Gorham

We are pleased to announce that Sebago Brewing Company officially had a groundbreaking today on our new destination brewery on Lower Main Street in Gorham in partnership with the Shaw Brothers Family Foundation. In just 10 years, the number of craft breweries in Maine has jumped from 14 to 82, with more opening soon. Beer tourism has become a multimillion-dollar industry in the state, and we couldn’t be more excited …Read More

Start The Celebratory Season With Recent Releases

Maine saw its first snowfall of the season recently, and here at Sebago Brewing we think that’s something to celebrate. Luckily we have some new releases on draft and hitting store shelves in time for gathering with friends, be it watching games or over gourmet meals.   Demanding your taste buds’ attention is Barleywine 2016 (13% ABV 54.1 IBU). First Brewed in 2008 and aged in Bourbon Barrels for fourteen months, …Read More

Bonfire Rye — the Quintessential Maine Autumn Beer (Available September 2)

Over the years, we’ve heard from customers, “I can’t stand spices in my beer.” We know the feeling. When fall comes around, there seems to be an excess of beer made with common autumn flavorings like pumpkin and cinnamon. While many of these flavors, such as apple and maple, are classic to Maine, we just don’t see the need for another beer that uses them.   Stoked with American hops, …Read More

First Ever Local Beer “Whiskey” Available in Limited Supply

Folks in the Maine beer industry often get asked, “How can there be so many breweries and distilleries in one state?” At Sebago, we’re not baffled – we’re pumped. The cornucopia of like-minded beer freaks and passionate spirit-makers actually makes our job more fun. We’re challenged, inspired and motivated every single day. Yeah, there’s insane competition, but we also get to collaborate with people who really understand what fuels us: …Read More

Simmer Down Summer Ale (Available through Labor Day)

About three years ago, Sebago brewer Rusty Packer had a thought. He had a growing interest in the emerging “session” IPA-style beer, and wanted to make a version that was both drinkable and really unique. Sebago was discontinuing its Hefeweizen and was looking to replace it with a beer packed with hops (but was still light and refreshing).   Rusty’s curiosity led him to El Dorado hops – a style …Read More