News and Events 2024
We're proud to announce that our Winter seasonal Line up of Liberator Craft brews will be flowing on our draft lines .
Happy 2024 Winter Season.
Our Winter Hours of operation:
Open- Wednesdays and Friday 2pm till 8pm -Open Saturdays 2pm Till 7pm.
Closed -Sundays, Mondays , Tuesday and Thursday till May 2024, or until we can find additional staffing.
Our hours of operation can change suddenly due to staffing issues and supply issues , please call our taproom if you're travelling to confirm our hours at 207-593-8436
-2024 -private beer food pairings!!!
Available through the -2024 -Fall and Winter Season.
Book our back room for an educational private Beer and light food pairing for up to 12pp.
For just $35 per person you will enjoy a flight of 6 Liberator craft Brews along with light food items all sourced from the local community while enjoying a Fun,educational talk form our very own Brewmaster and Founder on our Beer Styles , our history and our future visions and plans.
Call our taproom to reserve and for more info at 207-593 8436
Join us for our 6th annual St, patricks Day event on March 16 Saturday 2pm till 8pm. This is one of our most popular events of the season. Special St. pats day Draft brews, along with music food and fun.. We're limited 38 people seating so arrive there early and enjoy the fun, food and our great seasonal craft beer styles..
Stay tuned for more upcoming Events.
.Our small batch Craft Beer is also locally available at most Mid coast Restaurants, Pubs and retail outlets.
Please support our partners that also support our craft. -
Archers on the Pier, Dry Dock Restaurant, Ada's Kitchen, Primo, The Causeway, The Samoset Resort, North Beacon Oyster, The Keag Store, South End Grocery, Rockland Food Service, Lilly Lupine and Fern, Muggilagans at the Rockland golf course.
The Apron located at Knox County Regional Airport,
Megauntacook Market, The Kings Head, The Great Lost Bear, RSVP, Hope General Store. NEW CASTLE PUBLICK HOUSE-Newcastle ,Maine.
Liberator Brewing Company
. Take out of our four pack cans and Growlers is always available during open hours.
We're limited to 40 pp capacity inside with additional Summer/Fall seating outside. Our strict cleaning and sterilizing procedures will remain in place.
Stay Safe ,Stay Strong and enjoy our wonderful State of Maine ,enjoy our craft beer and Aviation Themed Atmosphere.
No outside Alcohol can be brought on premise due to State licensing, however your always welcome to bring in your own food items.
PLEASE FOLLOW STATE and CDC HEALTH and SAFETY REQUIREMENTS WHILE VISITING OUR TAP ROOM.
Curbside or inside tap room take home available.
Call 207-593-8436 for additional information.
LIBERATOR BREWING COMPANY.
A Midcoast Maine Locally Sourced
Unique Hand Crafted Ales and Lagers ,Local Wines and locally prepared light fare.
218 South Main St Rockland ,Maine .
218 S. Main St. Rockland, Maine.
Experience the new Age of Craft Brewing, LIBERATOR BREWING Company.
Liberator Brewing company is a Maine Locally sourced Brewing Company, in contract with our financing partner CEI of Maine. We are Committed by contract to buy our Ingredients and food items from all Maine Locally sourced suppliers and Artisans. We support the Maine Local community by creating jobs and utilizing as much locally sourced ingredients we can get our hands on for creating all our hand crafted products. EAT,DRINK and BUY LOCAL.
Cheers, Rich and Karen
Lady Nancy Astor: “Winston, if you were my husband, I’d poison your BEER.”
Churchill: “Nancy, if I were your husband, I’d drink it.”
Great article written on our Brewery by Pen Bay Pilot.
Located Right across from the big clock in the Maine Boats ,Homes and Harbors triangle building , 218 South Main St. , Rockland, Maine.
Experience some of the freshest small batch hand crated Ales , Lagers, Local wines and organic sodas while visiting the Midcoast Maine region. Serving light fare, conversation, beer education, Aviation and transportation history, in a fun, educational relaxed friendly atmosphere.
“Fill with mingled cream and amber,
I will drain that glass again.
Such hilarious visions clamber
Through the chambers of my brain.
Quaintest thoughts — queerest fancies,
Come to life and fade away:
What care I how time advances?
I am drinking ale today.”
Edgar Allen Poe
BEER IS FOOD