Contract Brewer in Waterville, ME

Mainely Brews Restaurant and Brewhouse

1 Post Office Square, Waterville, ME 04901
(207) 873-2457

Good food and fine ales in the middle of Maine. Outdoor concrete patio, indoor wooden bar. Things are as they should be at Mainely Brews.

Mainely Brews Restaurant and Brewhouse Beer

Mainely Brews Restaurant and Brewhouse serves their own craft beer, plus brews from a variety of other brewers, including Allagash, Downeast Cider, Jack's Abby, and Sam Adams.

  • 470 Stout
  • Da Blueberry Ale
  • Drop Dead Red
  • HeadStash Ale
  • Luck Spirit
  • Two Cent Bridge Pale Ale

Brewery Food/Menu

Lunch and Dinner menu, including a kid's menu. Entrees, burgers, salads, pizzas, apps, and soups.

Brewery Entertainment & Events

Live music, check the calendar.

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What is the best beer for brats?

Such a good question for fall, as nothing says NFL Football Sundays like grilling up a dozen flavorful beer brats for the game. Sure, burgers and ketchup-drenched hot dogs are acceptable fare, but why settle for second place when you can boil brats and sweet onions in your favorite beer? Besides, bratwurst, like your liver on Sundays (from 1pm-4pm), could use a good beer bath.