Baseball & Brews Festival at Hadlock June 5th

By Portland Sea Dogs | May 13, 2019 5:59 PM

Nothing says summer like baseball and a few brews! The Portland Sea Dogs will be hosting the fifth annual Baseball & Brews Festival at Hadlock Field on Wednesday, June 5th when the Sea Dogs host the Richmond Flying Squirrels at 6:00 PM.

Enjoy the Sea Dogs game, sample beer from our beer vendors and a variety of ballpark food offerings. Each person will receive 10 drink tickets to sample 4 oz. beers. Each of the breweries in attendance will be serving two of their signature beers including some new and specialty offerings.

The event starts at 4:30 PM when the ballpark opens and will take place in the Coca-Cola Picnic Grove in right field.

Tickets cost $35.00 and include your ticket to the game, beer samples, and a spread of assorted ballpark foods. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling the Sea Dogs Ticket Office at 207-879-9500. Tickets are limited. This event is for adults 21 years of age and older.

To date, we will have 14 breweries represented pouring 1-2 beers each including; Allagash, Baxter,  Geary'sLone Pine,Rising Tide, Sam AdamsShipyard, and Tea Brew by Shipyard.

As of May 31st, here is the lineup of beers for the event:


River Trip- Belgian-Style Session Ale (4.8%)

The Stranger and the Crane- Saison (6.3%)



Gopher It- IPA (8.8%)

#nameME- IPA (5.8%)



Dayglow- Juicy IPA (7.4%)



Pick Me Blueberry Lager (4.8%)

Razzle Dazzle Sour Raz Lager (4.8%)


Goose Island:

Next IPA- hybrid IPA (7.0%)


Lone Pine:

Chaga Stout- American Stout (8%)

T-Shirt Cannon- IPA (7.7%)


New Belgium:

Fat Tire- malt forward Amber ale (5.2%)

Mural Agua Fresca- agua fresca (4.0%)


Rising Tide:

Maine Island Trail Ale- Hoppy Session Ale (4.3%)

Jewel Island- IPA (7.8%)



Shipyard Lager (4.7%)

Finder- IPA (7%)


Tea Beers by Shipyard:

Maui Mango- wheat ale infused with tea (5.6%)   

Fireberry- wheat ale infused with tea (4.3%)


Sam Adams:

Sam '76- Ale and Lager hybrid (4.7%)

Sam Summer- Wheat Ale (5.3%)

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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