Summer Kickoff with MCHT at Maine Beer Company
Join us in the tasting room at Maine Beer Company in Freeport to learn more about Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s preserves and programs – and while you’re at it, tip back a couple of Lunch IPAs and enjoy yummy food from Big Tree Hospitality (YES - they're the folks who bring us Eventide Oyster Co., Hugo's, and The Honey Paw delicacies!).
And don't miss your chance to win a remote-island getaway at the MCHT cabin on Saddleback Island – stocked with your choice of Maine Beer Company brews!.
This event is free and open to the public. Cash bar.
MCHT is Maine Beer Company’s featured nonprofit partner for the month of May. They’ll be donating a portion of their proceeds to MCHT. You can stop by the tasting room anytime during the month to support land conservation on the Maine coast and enjoy a frosty beverage. Win/win!!
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