Brewery

We are NOW OPEN for fresh craft beer in our tasting room (masks required) and for take out. Check out our beer menu here. Or, enjoy a pint outside on the ALL NEW Murray St. Courtyard – located next to our brewery and brought to you by the Historic Bangor Business Association and Bangor Borough. Featuring outdoor live music, events and more!

SUMMER HOURS:
Wednesday 5pm to 9
Thursday 5pm to 9
Friday 5pm to 10
Saturday 11am to 10
Sunday 12pm to 4pm

MORE ABOUT OUR BREWERY…

Bangor Trust brewery is located in a late 1800’s historic building that used to be a furniture store. Our beer is brewed in a 2 1/2  barrel brew house with open fermentation and organic grist. Many of the hops we use are sourced locally from Bangor. Bangor is located in the heart of the Slate Belt, an area which has numerous artesian wells due to slate mining in the early to mid 1900’s which created a natural shale filter making the water pristine for brewing beer.

Beer is brewed by co-owner operator Leo Bongiorno. Leo has been brewing beer since the 1980’s, commercially since the 1990’s. He has won numerous awards and accolades and has an extensive favorite beer style portfolio. On April 20th, 2018 we tapped our first beer Pig Earth, a darker copper colored ale brewed with 100% organic malts and citra hops. Easy drinking & mild at 4.4% abv. Pig Earth remains a favorite and is on tap quite often.

Another favorite is Bangor Trust’s BADUNKADUNK Porter. This entire butte porter is a true celebration of malt! Brewed with 100% organic grist of 2-Row, Caramel, Black Patent and Chocolate Malts!

Two lighter refreshing offerings commonly found on tap are Bangor Hard Ginger Beer brewed with organic grist, wheat & barley malts, fresh ginger and lemon. Finished and blended with an aged secondary fermentation of spontaneous culture. And Bangor Trust’s WEIZENHEIMER Hefeweizen, an unfiltered Bavarian weizen beer brewed with 54% wheat and 2-row pale malt. Delicious plain or with our homemade raspberry syrup.

Can’t decide on your favorite brew? We offer beer flights and you can always take a growler or two home with you. Prost!