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Liberator Brewing Company 218 Main St. Rockland , Maine.

In the heart of Midcoast Maine. Experience the new age of craft Brewing. 

Our Hand Crafted Small batch Beers
All of our hand crafted beers are made in very small batches putting the Micro back in Micro Brewing. We use  Maine Locally sourced ingredients from small Maine Suppliers and Artisan's for all our hand crafted products . Call us old school ,our brewing process follows tried and true traditional brewing methods with no automation process ,unfiltered, no added adjuncts or sugars and all natural carbonation. We also serve Artisan Locally sourced wines and our own hand crafted organic sodas. Stop in and try a Sample flight of our small batch beer or a pint, sample and enjoy some locally made wines and locally sourced light fare, take home a 64ounce or 32ounce Growler or 16 ounce Crowlers.
  

Tango Down Kolsch- A term coined after a confirmed aerial combat kill, or downed enemy aircraft. Tango Down Kolsch is brewed in the true Kolsch tradition, using Maine grown pilsner and Wheat malts, and an authentic pure strain of Kolsch yeast form Cologne Germany. A light-colored ale but yet full bodied and low hop bitterness with a dry crisp finish creating a very seasonal drinkable craft beer. Kolsch style of Ale has been sort of a lost style in America after WWII, however the style has been gaining much popularity in the US due to the increasing demand for European beer styles. Kolsch is still to this day the only Ale brewed in Germany. 4.4% ABV  23 IBUs.

Air Screw -Pale Ale. Our single hop Mosaic pale Ale .

A West Cost style American Pale Ale brewed with a combination of US 2row Pale malt, Pilsner malt, wheat malt and rolled oats while utilizing single hop Mosaic addition. creating a wonderful balance of hop to malt profile and creating a  slightly hop forward Ale to the palette with a tantalizing floral aroma of  fruit and citrus. and clean finish.

The addition of the rolled oats in the mash create a delicate smooth finish and full boded mouthfeel , with just enough hop profile to stimulate ones taste profile. 

4.9 ABV  65IBUs

 

 Frozen on the stick-IPA- A true to style west coast style IPA (India Pale Ale.) Assertively hopped ale with a wonderful hop floral aroma and perfectly balanced malt to hop flavor with a crisp hoppy dry finish. A true west coast style IPA! Using a classic American yeast strain paired with 2 Row malts malted in Maine and hops grown right here in  Maine creating a unique style IPA. 6.2% ABV 90 IBUs. 

Dead Eye Red-A true to style Irish Red Ale, brewed to celebrate the Saint Patrick’s Day Season. Complex malt flavors with a hint of chocolate and roasted specialty malts. Using traditional malts and hops from Maine and the UK. Reddish hue in color, smooth and very drinkable! Brewed Seasonally. 5.3% ABV  30

 IBUs

Belle Wringer- Our traditional English brown Ale-using English pale and specialty roasted malts in combination with a true English yeast strain creates a dark brown ruby colored smooth  semi sweet brown Ale ,sure to delight all full bodied darker beer lovers. The aroma of  English hops and toasted malt notes come to play with a smooth slight semi sweet malt finish. Well balanced and delicious. 5.2% ABV  34 IBUs.

O’ Dark 30- Espresso Stout – A unique Stout, brewed with traditional British malt and hops, while using a unique English yeast strain during the fermentation process, but what makes this special Ale stand out from the crowd, is the addition of locally roasted espresso coffee beans from Rock City Roasters in Rockland ,Maine creating a mocha like smooth feature to this beer, with an up-front roasted ness and a delightful finish of chocolate malts and smooth espresso coffee! Not has heavy has most hand-crafted stouts, but full bodied and loaded with flavor, makes your taste buds beg for another! Anyone that served in the military and or Air force is well aware of what O’ Dark Thirty stands for. 5% ABV 35 IBUs

 

Ferrier Farm House Ale-Brewed to pay tribute to Maine’s rich Equestrian traditions.  A Belgium style Saison Ale. Using true Belgium specialty grains and hops from chez republic,  than aged in special oak chardonnay casks from a local winery, which creates a unique complex of malt, hops and oak wine profiles without any of them masking the other. A true flavor ride for your taste buds! Unfiltered, smooth and unique. Brewed Seasonally  4.8 ABV  26 IBUs

 

AXIS NIGHT-. Named after a  B25 Liberator Bomber which has been resorted to its original flying glory and owned by The Tri-State Warbird Museum, B-25 "Axis Nightmare.

You might have seen this beauty flown at one of the many war bird air shows across the US, Piloted by Paul Redlich  and Phillip Rountree co-pilot .

A very special dark Ale brewed in the English strong ale tradition to celebrate the holiday seasons, this ale is brewed seasonally with specialty Belgium and American malts using locally grown hops, with a small addition of Belgium rock candy, making this beer dark in color, very strong, malty, Complex profile while being incredibly smooth with the warming of above average alcohol. A true local cult favorite! Brewed  Seasonally. 9.6% ABV  48 IBUs (Insider News- AKA- Viking Plunder)

 

Liberator ESB (Extra Special Bitter) This fine ale is brewed to the traditional British ESB style, which has been a bit of a lost style in America, but lately has been making a comeback in the American taste profile. This Ale will become one of our flagship products and is brewed with specially malts from England and the US, utilizing locally grown hops from Lincolnville, and a true British ESB yeast strain make this beer to style, amber in color, with a slight upfront malty profile and a wonderful hop to malt balance that finishes with a slight bit of hop bite. The addition of local specialty malts used during the mash adds a special velvety smoothness to this unique style. A very popular style of Beer in The UK to this day and during Americas and Britain’s united fight for Freedom. 5.4% ABV  33 IBUs.

 

Desert Queen- Named after The Extraordinary Gertrude Bell Recruited by American and British intelligence to obtain crucial information and mapping of enemy locations in the desert.  This Gueuze Belgium  style Ale is truly a unique seasonal Ale, brewed with a combination of Pilsner Malt, white wheat malts and saaz hops with the addition of pure Blue Agave Nectar, Fresh Lime peels, coriander and a touch of sea salt late in the boil, then a secondary fermentation with sour cherries, creating a Sour Cheery Margarita likeness that your palette would not believe, taste like the real thing. Oh Behave! Need we say more? 6% ABV-28 IBUs

 

BIG DIPA IPA- A double IPA version of our Frozen on the stick IPA, using a double mash profile and creative dry hopping, creates a very full bodied IPA with an incredible complex layered hop profile while still balancing the Hop to Malt profile, the complex mash profile and multiple hop additions along with longer cold conditioning times create a wonderful double IPA  with complex characters while creating a smooth drinkable finish. If you have a hop addiction, this beer is definitely for your palette. 8.8% ABV  133 IBU’s. Big and Juicy!

Lindsey Street Lager-Named after Lindsey St. in Rockland, the home of Rockland's original water company ,now a pub and historic Inn. A true traditionally brewed Amber style Lager, cold fermented ,clean and crisp, slight hop bite with a clean finish. The use of specialty Pilsner malts along with special Munich malts and Nobel family of hops give this Lager an amazingly smooth palette and unique drinkability. sure to be a summer favorite.4.8% ABV -32 IBUs.

Riveters Lager- A tribute to Rosie the Riveter, this American Icon was and always will be a cultural icon of American society, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during this time frame, many of whom produced planes, munitions and  supplies, the symbol of confidence during Americas involvement in WWII. Rosie the Riveters picture and slogan portrayed America with a WE CAN DO IT ATTUITUDE during a very trying time.  Rosie’s Lager-An American style Lager, light in color yet full-bodied, brewed to true Laagering traditions, using traditional pilsner malts and hops sourced locally in Maine, a true Lager yeast strain used during fermentation creates a smooth popular summer beer, and extremely drinkable. Brewed for those who would consume a mass produced domestic beer but would also prefer a full-bodied  flavor of a craft beer without the bitterness. Smooth! And refreshing! 4.2% ABV -23 IBUs.

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HO -HUM BLONDE-Our seasonal low alcohol 3.5% ABV. Blonde Ale, Blonde in color made simply with two types of malt and one hop verity, .clean, crisp,  with a wonderful palette cleansing finish. A light addition of Lemon Zest peels adds a bit of YING and YANG. Light and refreshing. 3.5% ABV -19 IBUs

Illuminator- An American style Wheat Beer, brewed with 40% wheat malt and 60% Pilsner Malts .
A summer favorite,4.2% ABV-21IBUs
Other hand Crafted offerings will be available as one offs in limited supplies thought the year -keep your peeps glued to our web site and visit us frequently, you never know what we will have for a limited specialty . Please join us for our limited release Tasting Room events.
Live Long and Drink Craft Beer!!
Liberator Brewing Company. Proud Brewers of Small Batch Hand Crafted Ales and Lagers. 
 We will Never Surrender  ! 
Rockland ,Maine. a Picturesque amazing city laced with 
Breweries, Schooners, Unique Restaurants with an Art Museum problem.
The Gold coast of Maine

 Enjoy our fun, educational friendly atmosphere and hand crafted  Ales and Lagers, than please enjoy all the Midcoast region has to offer, Rockland and Midcoast Maine is a magical place, laced with many unique restaurants, Craft Brewerys, Art Gallery's, such as the Wyeth Center, Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine Contemporary Art Museum and many more, visit our historic schooners,grab a growler of beer and take a day sail, experience the many islands off the main land ,see whales, Porpoise, Dolphins and Puffins. Rockland has many Amazing festivals, The North Atlantic Blues Festival, The world famous Lobster Festival and The Maine Boats and Harbors Festival just to name a few, all happening right across the street form our brewery at the public landing. Rockland 'features farmers markets,  Art Museums, Art walks, and our very own Transportation Museum in Owls Head, only minutes from our Brewery.

Most  within walking distance

from our brewery, with plenty of down town parking. Currently there are over 100 Craft Brewerys in the State of Maine ,and growing every month! take  the day or two and visit them , many within a short drive from Rockland, pick up the Maine Beer Guide available at our brewery, for more info and directions. And do not forget to visit our many amazing historic

operating lighthouses ,The ROCKLAND BREWATER and our very own light house museum. 

Take in the magic of our amazing city located on the historic gold coast of Maine in the Midcoast Region.

We truly live in a great state of Craft Beer !

“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it”  Winston Churchill.

Cheers,

LIBERATOR BREWING COMPANY

Our Menu-Light Fare

Our Light Fare Menu changes almost every week., sometimes daily.  All our light fare is prepared and supplied from locally sourced Artisans ,restaurants and cafes in Rockland and the Midcoast Region . Here is a sample of our  changing menu.  Enjoy !

-FIORE Artisan Olive Oils and bread plate or Crackers /Gluten Free.

- Baked Bavarian pretzels with mustard or cheese sauce.  Hummus or Brew Pub cheese dip with giant pretzel or pita chips (corn chips for Gluten free

Veggie EGG ROLLS

 

8 Inch personal cheese  Pizza 

 

-Assortment of  snacks, nuts, pretzels, chips, organic crackers, popcorn. 

- Locally made organic sodas from Maine Root.

OUR LOCALLY SOURCED MENU ITEAMS CHANGE WEEKLY   -KEEPING IT FRESH   -Check our web page for events or call for info.

"You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline. It helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer." Frank Zappa.

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