Sidereal Farm Brewery is located in Vassalboro Maine on our organic farm which has been in production since the 1800s.
Our fermentations are inspired by Agriculture, History and driven by unique microbes from our in-house yeast lab; Sidereal Labs. Maillard, our open fire, locally sourced elevated & fine dining kitchen is located on site, with full service year round indoors, as well as a seasonal pick up window serving our bier garden.
Sidereal & Maillard will provide an immersive educational and culinary experience that ties together the agricultural and microbiology aspects of fermentation and gastronomy into one. Customers can enjoy a wide range of beer styles as well as a limited selection of natural wine, cider, and meads all produced by us on site as our barrel room portfolio grows over the years.
As always, many of the ingredients used in our fermentations and most of the ingredients used in our kitchen will be grown by us on our farm, or locally and regionally sourced as much as possible from farms with similar values.
Sidereal Farm Brewery
The Kennebec Valley has tons of opportunities for all sorts of outdoor activities and historic exploration. Augusta: The Kennebec Rail Trail The Capital and Old Fort Western. The State Of Maine Museum. The Viles Arbouretum (this is one of our favorite spots)
Historic downtown Hallowell has many unique shops and restaurants as well as the Vaughn Woods reservation, referred to by locals as “hobbit land” including many historic stone bridges and small waterfalls.
Waterville: Quarry Road: https://quarryroad.org A year-round outdoor recreation destination for people of all ages, abilities and walks of life from the greater Waterville area, across Maine and beyond. Located just 2 miles from downtown Waterville, Quarry Road’s trails and open spaces provide outstanding opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, walking, running, and paddling.
KMT Trails: https://www.kmtrails.com/about/ The trails are designed for walking, running, and cycling, with cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during winter. Some are paved, several are ADA accessible. They showcase some of our local beautiful scenery, surprisingly hidden amidst our neighborhoods. Not far from bustling College Avenue, just a minute’s walk from downtown Waterville, just a quick turn off the Kennebec River bridges, and right behind the Alfond Center, are interesting vistas and quiet pathways. KMTrails seeks to make these spots readily accessible to all citizens of Central Maine.