Note: Our tasting room has between 6-12 beers on tap at any one time. Selection varies.
We make beer with 100% renewable energy, and source as many ingredients as possible from Maine – that includes 100% of our base malt (Blue Ox Malthouse, in Lisbon, ME).
P3 Pale Ale
Big flavor, smooth drinking, and the perfect compliment to…well, anything. When in doubt, you can always count on the P-3. Named for the plane featured in our logo and parked across the street – which flew out of Brunswick Naval Air Station for decades.
Crisp, refreshing ale made with Rye – easily drinkable in any weather. Because we’re so punny, we named it in honor of the Wright Brothers – without whom we’d be flying nowhere!
The pink beer – but don’t judge a beer by its color. It starts as a light pale ale, and we steep dried hibiscus flowers, cinnamon, orange peel, and lemon myrtle to create a refreshingly different kind of beer. Flavor is citrusy, dry and slightly tangy. Named for the engine model on the P-3 Orion, the T-56.
The big-daddy IPA. Buckets and buckets of hops are added towards the beginning of the boil, rather than the end, to give this beer an extremely smooth drinkability. If we didn’t tell you it was 9.1%, you wouldn't know…Named for the primary role of the P-3 Orion, which was hunting Russian submarines off the Eastern Seaboard.
The “go-to” IPA, it has a hop-forward aroma with a nice finish of malt to create a balanced, semi-fruity IPA. Named for the 44th latitude, which passes just to our North (in Topsham) – and is used by pilots as a basic navigational aid.
A session IPA made for sunny days - light drinking, dry hopped, refreshing. Slightly on the bitter end of the IPA spectrum. Be not alarmed when this word is yelled at the brewery - it just means, "I'll have another".