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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

That Next Great Hop — Limited Release Single Hop Pale Ale Series — Idaho 7

At the brewery and the brewpubs, we know that part of getting through Maine winters is keeping things fun and new. Like the joy of discovering fresh powder for a Saturday ski, as brewers, we’re always searching for that next hop — that great new aroma and hop complexity — to experience something new and unique. Idaho 7 hop is one of those hops.   Little is known about Idaho …Read More

Local Harvest Ale — Maine born and brewed

Sebago Opens Brewery Doors for the Hop Harvest Happy Hour Gorham, Maine   Get involved, we say! Every year Sebago Brewing Company asks Maine beer drinkers to be part of producing a truly local beer, Local Harvest Ale. On Friday, September 5th the brewery doors and taps opened up for the annual Hop Harvest Happy Hour. Over seventy-five attendees were encouraged to lend a hand, have a fresh beer or two and chat with …Read More