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Sedgwick, Maine



About Us

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Strong Brewing Co. produces high quality ales and lagers from a completely home made 1.5 bbl. brewhouse.

The main focus of our company is fresh draft beer. We source regional grown malt, hops and use organic ingredients wherever possible.

Come enjoy a pint in our taproom then grab a growlers to take home.

Summer Hours:

Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday 1-7pm
Friday and Saturday 1-8pm.

Friday night dinners begin July 3

Dinner will be served from 5-8pm

July 3 Menu:

Oysters from Little Island Oyster Co.​ 1/2 Dozen $9 Dozen $16

BBQ Chicken from Old Ackley Farm​, King Hill Farm vegetable & cornbread $14

Lobster Boil Dinner (1lb lobster, corn & potatoes) $18

Desserts: 4 oz Ice Cream cup from Stone Fox Farm Creamery​ $2 Cupcakes from Maddie Cakes Cupcakery​ $2.50

All the food is made by Blaze - Craft Beer & Wood Fired Flavors​

We work with great local producers to bring you the best food!

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Events

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  • Trisha Mason Band


    The Trisha Mason Band is a home grown Ellsworth, Maine ensemble that draws its strength from the snowy forests, the rockbound coasts of downeast. Trisha has forged her songcraft, delicately tuneful and staunchly demotic, in the crucible of the fan-driven hometown music scene here in the small town capital of Hancock County.

    4-7pm

  • Chris Ross and The North


    Hancock, Maine native, Chris Ross has been writing and performing his songs for the better part of a decade. He mixes smokey folk with a rambling and witty poetic-ism, which earned him the “Songwriter Of The Year” award at the 2014 New England Music Awards. His music is simple yet rich, catchy yet worn at the edges. His new band, Chris Ross and the North, has taken the songs to another level.

    4-7pm

  • The Ghost of Paul Revere


    Born on the banks of the Saco River, brothers in all but name, the Ghost of Paul Revere is Maine’s holler-folk band. With a sound built around powerful three-part harmonies, energetic performances, and a non-traditional way of interpreting traditional American music, their songs have unique identities while still remaining undeniably the Ghost of Paul Revere. They use a masterful combination of melody and energy, somewhere between folk and foot-stomping bluegrass, that has already given Ghost shows legendary status. Fans have traveled vast distances from the most remote corners of the country to catch the band as they make an increasingly bigger mark on the Northeast music scene.

  • Summer Session: Maine Brewer’s Guild Beer Fest


    We are excited to announce that we are officially joining Summer Session: Maine Brewer’s Guild 2015 Beer Festival. We are extending an early and personal invitation to you, as Maine beer lovers and loyal customers, to join us outdoors for an afternoon under the sun.
    Summer Session will take place on Saturday, July 25th from 1pm to 5pm at Thompson’s Point, Portland’s premiere waterfront venue. A VIP session is available starting at noon and Maine brewers will be conducting 10-15 minute Beer School Classes throughout the day. The festival is expecting over 50 breweries and planning to pour more than 100 local beers.

    Tickets

  • The 220’s


    The 220s are a progressive rock trio based out of mid-coast Maine. Guitar virtuoso, Joel Watson. James Taylor providing the low-end of the spectrum. And, Mark LeClair laying down the foundation on drums. The group has developed a reputation for unforgettable live shows full of tasty improvisational jams, and fine-tuned musicianship, while making sure no two performances are alike.

  • The Blood Orange Martinis


    The Blood Orange Martinis formed a few years ago when Souder and Williams, who had been playing as a blues duo, joined forces with bass player Phil Pitula to create a trio with a more driving, electric sound. Guitarist Trent Souder and harp player Lauren Williams had been playing together in various blues bands since the early to mid nineties–the Taildraggers, the Marvin Lord Group, Souder and Williams Blues Band–when they hooked up with Phil Pitula, initially to form the short-lived Sweet Northern Blues Band, which played festivals and local haunts for about a year before dissolving. Pitula, a veteran of such groups as Sister Sadie, Nevah, and Hot Wax, rejoined Souder and Williams in this stripped down version to produce a tighter, more dynamic trio which has the power of a full band and the dynamics of a small group.

  • When Particles Collide


    The music of When Particles Collide includes Southern Rock choruses, New Wave a la Blondie vocals, lightning speed Green Day-esque drumming, classic Motown grooves and Queens of the Stone Age-style riffs — and yet somehow it all sounds like Chris and Sasha.

  • Southwest Harbor Oktoberfest


    This festival is a fundraiser for the Chamber and a celebration of the season bringing members of the community, day trippers from up and down the coast, and tourists from beyond Maine together to enjoy fine beer, Maine made crafts, music and food.

    Information & Tickets



Contact Us

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7 Rope Ferry Road, Sedgwick, Maine 04676
207-359-8722
info@strongbrewing.com

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