“We opened our brewery doors and planted our gardens in may 2017. On our farm, we grow ingredients exclusively for our small batch beer production. Visitors are welcome to tour the gardens to see what we have growing for our farmhouse ales.
When Odd Alewives Farm Brewery founders John and Sarah McNeil decided to open a brewery, they did so with the motivation to create a unique and engaging beer experience that would combine their talents as brewers, farmers, and artists. After much searching they found the perfect farm, within the historic midcoast village of Waldoboro. The newly renovated 1820’s barn, which now houses the brewery and tasting room, is surrounded by 22+ acres of gardens and forest and connects to a larger hiking trail. Our farm brewery offers visitors a beautiful rural setting to gather and celebrate.”
Odd Alewives Farm Brewery
Park at the brewery and hike down the snowmobile trail that runs through the property. The trails offers miles of hiking in either direction.