Open Wednesday 2pm till close, Thursday -Closed, Open Friday 2pm till close, open Saturday 1pm till close. Closed Sundays through Tuesday.
call our tap room if you require pre paid curbside contactless pick up at 207-593-8436. We hope to see everyone's smiling faces soon. -MASKS REQIRED.- we also will be offering private beer tasting for groups of 2pp minimum to 10 people Maximum. please call our tap room during open hours to reserve and more information. Have our space all to yourselves with no charge for the space. Just $30 pp includes a 6oz tasting of 6 of our craft brews for each person, light food and snacks as well as a very interesting talk from our Brew Master on our styles, our beer and our vision and future plans. Tastings usually last about one and half hours .
Call for more info. 207-593-8436
During covid 19 health and safety restrictions our operating hours and days open can change from day to day- please call our tap room if you're traveling to visit us to confirm our hours open for that day. 207-593-8436
. Take out of our four pack cans and Growlers is always available during open hours. State restrictions changes sometimes happen very fast and doesn't allow us much time to make changes to our web site, please call our tap room at 207-593-8436 during open hours to assure we our open for on premise.
Masks required while entering and exiting our building and, while walking to and from the restroom . No exceptions!!
As per State and CDC -Masks Required we're limited to 20 pp capacity and strict cleaning and sterilizing procedures and no live entertainment.
Our Limited Hours during State restriction's can also change from time to time due to CDC/STATE requirements and staffing issues. Please feel free to call us at 207-593-8436.
Stay Safe ,Stay Strong and enjoy our wonderful State of Maine ,enjoy our craft beer and Aviation Themed Atmosphere.
Our entire space or private back room is always available for your planed events or Family/Friends gatherings, as well as private beer pairings and tastings. Limited to (15) people.
Please call our Tap Room at 207-593-8436 for more info. There is no charge for the space . 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 SAFTTY REQIERMENTS WHILE VISTING OUR TAP ROOM. Masks Required.
Keep checking our web page or call 207-593-8436 for additional information.
Use the link to our new online store to order fresh cans and growlers of Liberator Beer and than pick up curbside in the comfort of your own vehicle. liberator-brewing-compamyllc.square.site
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.
As 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