Best Breweries Worth Visiting in New Hampshire and Maine
The Savory Ladies
July 19, 2022
If you are looking for awesome beer, great food and a cool atmosphere, here are our top choices.
Smuttynose Brewing Co.
105 Towle Farm Road, Hampton New Hampshire
Smuttynose has been crafting beer since 1994. As the brewers say on their website: “For anyone who’s happiest with a lungful of fresh air and a healthy dose of dirt under their fingernails, this is your beer."
7 Hobbs Road, North Hampton New Hampshire
Throwback has been making craftbeer since 2011. Its vision is to make sure 100% of its ingredients are grown no more than 200 miles from its location.
35 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth New Hampshire
Since 1995 Cisco has been making “awesome” beer! “They bottled up that “happiest place on earth” energy into every beer we’ve served.”
Maine Beer Company
525 US Rt 1, Freeport Maine
Maine Beer Company was founded in 2009 by two brothers. “They were determined to create a company centered around social responsibility and the motto “Do what’s right.”
Allagash Brewing Company
50 Industrial Way, Portland Maine
Since 1995 Allagash has been brewing Belgian-inspired beers. Winning the Brewery of the Year in 2021, at the Great American Beer Festival, the founder Rob, won the James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine, Spirits, or Beer Professional in 2019.
Austin Street Brewery
1 Industrial Way, Portland, Maine
Austin StreetBrewery was founded in 2013, by two friends. Utilizing 160 barrels of fermentation space between two production facilities, the pair is poised to maintain their position of integrity and quality in the very community that supports them.
250 Commercial Street, Portland, Maine
Since 2013, Liquid Riot has been Maine’s first Restro-Brewery & Distillery. “At our core, we believe first and foremost, that everyone has a right to drink what they so choose. We put all the passion and energy of past riots into our own liquids; all made locally.”