Brewpub in South Yarmouth, MA

Sea Dog Brewing Company (Cape Cod)

23 Whites Path, South Yarmouth, MA 02664
http://www.seadogbrewing.com
(508) 694-6020

Hours

Everyday from 11:30am to 10pm

Beer

Pints, Growlers, and, they sell beer towers!!! 88-100oz of Bud Light or one of their craft beers, for $20 and $30 respectively.

They also serve beers on draft, can, and bottle format from other breweries, including:

Food

Full-service menu. They even have a football catering menu.

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