The 21st-annual Maine Brewers Festival will be held on Saturday, November 1st, 2014, as New Englanders come together to celebrate the local Maine craft beer community. The highly anticipated festival will begin on Saturday afternoon with two high-energy sessions.
Festival attendees will receive a complimentary logoed tasting glass (real glass!) with tickets to enjoy 12, 4-oz pours of Maine craft beer. The festival weekend continues to be a highlight to a beer lover’s winter with great food, interesting vendors, fantastic music and prizes to complement some of the best micro brews in the country! It’s an experience that can’t be missed. We hope you’ll join us for fun, friends, and most importantly, great beer! Tickets on sale now!!
If you have any ticket questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Hour Session: Saturday 1:30-5:00 pm $35
Evening Session: Saturday 6:30-10:00 pm $35
The ingredients behind northern New England’s Jason Spooner Band read like a bizarre musical science experiment. The band’s sound is a unique blend of roots, folk and blues focused around Jason’s tastefully rhythmic flat-picking style and the band’s air-tight foundation. With laid-back vocals and an emotive, image-rich writing style all his own, Jason is a songwriter to watch. Think J.J. Cale, meets Neil Young, meets G. Love, with dashes of Paul Simon and Kelly Joe Phelps.
For 24 years, King Memphis has been making Portland dance with their brand of rockabilly and rock and roll music. Headed by Portland guitar whiz Matt Robbins, they were one of the first bands to play the very first Maine Brew Fest! After a long hiatus, King Memphis is back to shake the stage and put a little froth in your beery goodness!
The Royal Hammer is a seven-piece roots reggae group from Portland, Maine. Heavily influenced by Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott, Dennis Brown, and Roots Radics, Royal Hammer takes pride in the authenticity of their sound. The Royal Hammer has shared the stage with reggae legends Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Barrington Levy, and backed up international reggae artist Marty Dread at this year’s Farm Aid! Their debut album, “My Bubble” is in stores now!
239 Park Avenue
Portland Maine 04102