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Oxbow Blending & Bottling is located in Portland’s vibrant East End neighborhood, and as the name implies, is where we blend and package all of our aged beers. In addition to the hundreds of oak barrels are dozens of stainless steel tanks that hold our mixed-cultureMixed FermentationMixed fermentation is short for “mixed culture fermentation” and is any fermentation that incorporates brewers yeast, brettanomyces, and bacteria, usually in the form of lactobacillus and pediococcus. The blend of yeast and bacteria produces a myriad of complex flavors and creates acidity over a long, slow fermentation time. Our mixed culture includes a healthy pitch...Learn More and spontaneously-fermentedSpontaneous FermentationSpontaneous fermentation is the art of carefully allowing wild airborne yeast and bacteria to inoculate cooling wort which ferments the sugars and naturally produces CO2 and ethanol alongside a myriad of flavor and aromatic compounds. While this form of fermentation is at the heart of historic beer production, it has largely been abandoned for pure...Learn More farmhouse ales.

Oxbow Blending & Bottling is also home to our large urban bar and event space that has become a cultural hub and community gathering space hosting activities ranging from live music and DJ dance parties to educational events such as beer, wine and cheese tastings, fly-tying classes, and yoga sessions. The space is also home to Gallery 49 which hosts our rotating art exhibitions, curated by Oxbow Art Director, Will Sears.

Portland has become an international destination for food and drink, and Oxbow Blending & Bottling is located in the epicenter of it all.  We have partnered with award-winning local restaurant Duckfat for our in-house food program as well as our shared beer garden. We are also surrounded by spectacular eateries and there are dozens of other fermenters, distillers, and roasters within walking distance.

A foot tour of the neighborhood is not complete without enjoying views of the city skyline from Fort Sumner Park (5 min) and the views of Casco Bay and the Atlantic Ocean from the Eastern Promenade (10 min).  There are plenty of hotels and private lodging options nearby, so please consider staying and enjoying this charming city for a few days before or after visiting us in Newcastle (1hr)!

Location

49 Washington Ave
Portland, ME 04101
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Hours

Monday
12pm - 9pm
Tuesday
12pm - 9pm
Wednesday
12pm - 11pm
Thursday
12pm - 11pm
Friday
12pm - 11pm
Saturday
12pm - 11pm
Sunday
12pm - 9pm

oxbow beers currently available on draft

Saison
Dry-Hopped Grisette

Loretta

4%
Grisette
Rye Saison
Bière du Pays
Dark farmhouse ale
American Robust Porter
Belgian-style imperial stout
Stainless-aged grisette
Barrel-aged American saison

oxbow bottles currently available to drink here

Barrel-aged American saison

Crossfade

5.5%
Stainless-aged farmhouse ale
Stainless-aged farmhouse lager with raspberries
Stainless-aged farmhouse ale with fruit

Sasuga

5.5%
Stainless-aged saison

Arboreal

8.5%
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale
Barrel-aged belgian imperial stout

BOBASA

6.5%
Barrel-aged smoked Bière de Garde

Catalyst

6.5%
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale with honey

Cletus

10%
Barrel-aged dark farmhouse ale

Life On

6%
Barrel-aged bière de mars
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale with fruit

Le Parrain

6.5%
barrel-aged farmhouse ale
Spontaneously-Fermented Farmhouse Ale

oxbow bottles currently available to go

Saison
Dry-Hopped Grisette
Dark farmhouse ale
Bière du Pays
Barrel-aged American saison

Crossfade

5.5%
Stainless-aged farmhouse ale
Stainless-aged farmhouse ale with fruit

Sasuga

5.5%
Stainless-aged saison

Arboreal

8.5%
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale

Catalyst

6.5%
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale with honey
Barrel-aged farmhouse ale with fruit