Taproom in Westbrook, ME

Mast Landing Brewing Company

920 Main Street, Westbrook, ME 04092
http://www.mastlandingbrewing.com
(207) 712-6051
Mast Landing Brewing Company in Westbrook, ME
Really dig the Above and Beyond can artwork.

A brewery in the Portland suburbs that truly wants all of their customers to have an awesome experience drinking their beer.

Mast Landing has been open and in operation since 2015.

Beer

  • A Beer Named Duck
  • DASH
  • Feels Like Home
  • Find Me Dreaming
  • Gunner's Daughter
  • Make Light
  • Neon Sails
  • Seavey Island
  • Shake Up Your Bones
  • Sports & Leisure
  • Windbreaker

Food

Grab some food at Mainstay, Mast Landing's food truck.

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Little Sister, a Session IPA brewed by Grey Sail Brewing Company

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Little Sister

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Sports & Leisure, a NEIPA brewed by Mast Landing Brewing Company

6.4% ABV

Sports & Leisure

Mast Landing Brewing Company

Things We've Written

The Big Lake was made for beer drinking.

Lakes Region (NH) breweries are brewing mighty fine craft beer, from the Lone Wolfe Brewing Company in Wolfeboro to ultra-local nanobrewery Squam Brewing.

Brewery Logos are (sometimes) the best.

Good branding is a cornerstone of any business. Craft beer drinkers want to know your brewery's mission, they want to be part of your community, and they want the artisanal stature of your beer to show up in your physical artwork, including your cans, your taproom walls, and most importantly, your brewery logo.

Cenosillicaphobia. Or ... the fear of an empty beer glass.

Cenosillicaphobia has been beer drinkers' worst nightmares since the dawn of ... well, since beer was created. The livers of beer lovers have a rational and sensible fear to this malt liquor malady, and rightfully so. If you find yourself suffering from Cenosillicaphobia, please, apologize to your liver.