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Maine Beer Company expands distribution to Georgia

Maine Beer Company

Maine Beer Company is now available in Georgia starting September 13th. The brewery has signed a distribution deal with Savannah Distributing.

According to Savannah, Peeper (Pale Ale), MO (Pale Ale), Another One (India Pale Ale), Woods and Waters (India Pale Ale) and Lunch (India Pale Ale) are all now available in the state.

Maine Beer Company is based in Freeport, Maine.

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Heavy Seas Partner Ships Red IPA, with Maine Beer in February

Heavy Seas Partnerships Red IPA

Heavy Seas will kick off a new series of collaborations in 2016 – The Partner Ships Series. Three collaborations have been planned, with Maine Beer Company, Troegs Independent Brewing, and Terrapin Beer Company.

The first release arrives in late February – Heavy Seas Partner Ships Red IPA, with Maine Beer Company. Both companies have popular IPA offerings, so making a collaborative hop forward offering was a no-brainer.

Heavy Seas Partnerships Red IPA will boasts American hops, and strong citrus & pine flavors. Maine Beer Company will join Heavy Seas in Baltimore on January 28th to brew the beer.

Style: Red IPA
Hops: Warrior, Simcoe, Amarillo, Cascade, Hallertau Blanc
Malts: 2-Row, Caramalt, Chocolate, Vienna

Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft

Release: February, 2016

7.25% ABV

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The Bruery Fourthmeal, a collaboration with Maine Beer Company

The Bruery Fourthmeal

The Bruery Fourthmeal, a collaboration with Maine Beer Company is being bottled today. The Freeport, Maine based brewery recently traveled to Placentia, California for a brew day.

The Forthmeal name is a little homage to some of Maine Beer Company’s most popular offerings, Lunch and Dinner. The beer is a hoppy, Belgian-style ale, that combines flavor elements that both breweries are known for – Maine Beer Co.:Hoppy, The Bruery: Belgian influenced.

The Bruery and Maine Beer Company got together and cooked up something special for you: fourthmeal. It isn’t brunch; it isn’t “dinner.” It’s a hoppy Belgian-style ale that brings aspects of both breweries to the table: fruity, Belgian yeast esters, a crisp, ready backbone, citrus and piney hop characteristics, and a dry, hop-forward finish. There’s no-one shouting “come n’ git it” when it’s time to dine – just mouthwatering, dry-hopped aromatics, signally that it’s time for fourthmeal.

Per The Bruery, the collaboration will be “hoppy” with limited distribution through their network. Release details to follow.

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