A classic Maine luncheon around the Old Port! Iconic local flavors from lobster and seafood chowder to Maine craft brews and more.
- Adult Ages 21+
Sip and Savor This Happy Hour-Style Experience
Portland is a brewcationer and cocktail lover’s dream and on this leisurely-paced walking tour, we’ll share tales from Portland’s prohibition past, places, and faces known for bawdy behavior and former speakeasies to current culinary news.
The storied streets of this former rum-running town are steeped in rich history that also lends itself to how some establishments were given their names.
Visit a mix of some of our favorite restaurants, bars, and pubs for an educational, delicious and definitely happy two hours!
What’s In Your Glass?
Afternoon Artisanal Tasting Tour includes samplings from four locations (tour itineraries vary).
- Iconic Maine brewed craft beers
- Creative seasonal and/or Maine centric cocktails
- Accompanying apps at each stop
- Every sip and bite tells a story
- Included: All food and beverage tastings associated with the tour and tour guide
- Excluded: Tips for your guide are not included, but appreciated when you have a great time!
- Capacity: 14 people per tour
- Wear: Comfortable, casual weather-appropriate clothing and shoes
- Weather: Rain, snow or shine we dine
Interested in enjoying this tour as a private event with co-workers, friends or family? Fill out our event request form and we’ll get back to you in a flash.
We do our best to offer alternatives for:
Guests with any other sensitivities or dietary preferences will be able to pick and choose their participation. We are unable to offer alternatives for celiacs as cross contamination with gluten is unavoidable.
A: They’re completely different tours
- The Old Port tour takes place in the Old Port and the E.E.A.T.T. takes place in the East End.
- While the Old Port tour visits a mix of restaurants, bars and pubs the E.E.A.T.T. visits restaurants and includes collaborate tastings from a mix of food artisans and craft beverage creators.
- The Old Port tour offers alternatives for seafood, vegetarian and nut sensitivities and preferences and there are no alternatives provided for servings on the E.E.A.T.T
A: Due to Portland’s dedication to historic preservation there are stairs, cobblestones and narrow doorways and other architectural features at most stops that do not lend themselves to handicap access.
A: No. This experience was created to enjoy and learn about the local craft beverage scene and while we can and will provide non-alcoholic alternatives that does not change the per person ticket price
A: Unfortunately, you will not be able to participate and no refunds are provided.
A: Approx. half a mile and a straight shot on the same side of the street, 10 – 12 minutes walking.
A: Dogs are well-loved in Portland, but now allowed in dining establishments per the health inspectors.