We’re renovating our Gorham brewpub! This is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time, but building the brewery and then the pandemic pushed us off track a bit – but we’re back on it.
Renovations will include an expanded kitchen, new bathrooms, and bigger bar area. The outdoor patio will stay, with a new custom-built awning over the deck. The refreshed brewpub will also feature an expanded draft system and additional tap lines to offer more specialty and small batch beers made right down the road at the brewery on Main Street.
The Gorham brewpub will be temporarily closed starting March 27th and will reopen in June. We’re finding temporary locations for the Gorham staff during renovations, but we’ll welcome them back when the brewpub reopens in June. As a matter of fact, we’ll be increasing staff then, because the Gorham location will be open seven days a week!
Originally built as a railroad station in 1853, the building had been boarded up and idle since the late 1950s. It was converted to a restaurant called The Gorham Station in 1979. Sebago Brewing bought the restaurant in 2001 and has been operating it successfully ever since. After this round of renovations, it will still have that local vibe but with a more modern feel and better flow for staff and guests.
The brewpub in Gorham will be open through Saturday, March 26th, so stop by for a meal and a pint before then!