current growlers available for carry-out
GROWLER 32 oz 64 oz
1.) Throwback IPA $11 $16
6.2% Unfiltered N.W. Style IPA with notes of orange & pine with a caramel malt backbone, has a heavy dose of American hops added during the boil. Think 90’s IPA
2.) Better Together Citra $11 $16
6.2% NE Style IPA brewed with only Citra hops. Follow us on social media, watch for your chance to vote on the next Better Together single hop IPA
3.) Amber Lager $11 $16
5.8% A medium bodied lager with a toasty & caramel malt character, with just enough hop bitterness & aroma to balance out the malty sweetness
5.) Double NFC $13 $20
8.2% Double Dry Hopped N.E. DIPA. Intense tropical and citrus fruit flavors . Many pounds of late addition hops went in to this juicy, fresh squeezed beer.
6.) German Bock $11 $16
6% German malts shine strong in this rich, smooth, sweet, full bodied lager. But there is enough noble hops to hold the malts in check.
7.) Trestle $11 $16
6.8% IPA with big citrus notes as well as pine & flowers. It’s fresh & hazy with the right amount of oats to it its mild silkiness & medium body
8.)Westside trail ale $11 $16
5.1% Medium bodied sessionable American brown ale with chocolate & dark fruit flavors. Smooth, thanks to oats & a dry, hoppy finish
9. ) Quarantine Haircut $11 $16
6% An unfiltered IPA with a big malt backbone, floral, grapefruit & piney happiness, with a lingering resiny finish. Amarillo & Centennial, W/ CTZ dry hoped
10. ) Pumgustuck porter $11 $16
6.5% Made with smoked barley, this is a sweet, caramelly, nutty ale. Just enough roasted barely to dry the finish, adding to the light smoke flavor
11.) Dunkelweizen $11 $16
5.0% Hints of chocolate & sweet maltiness collide with banana & clove from the Weizen Yeast. Slightly tart, dry finish with minimal hop presence
12.) Mud Season $11 $16
5.2% Dry & roasty with a moderate hop bitterness. With low carbonation, this traditional style stout is highly sessionable, despite it’s dark appearance
Where did we get our name and how is our location significant in the history of Yarmouth? Follow the below link to learn about the history of Yarmouth and the origins of the Brickyard Hollow.
At BH we are committed to the community. We aspire to be the restaurant where people and organizations throughout Maine can gather to play music, hold events, meetings and celebrations. Check out our 'Community' page to see some of the things we have planned, or to reach out to our management to schedule your next event.
All things beer... can be found here.
Interested in our beer? Our brewing equipment? The mug club, growlers, and where to buy our canned beer?
You are in the right place.... follow the below link for our ever expanding BH beerapedia.
The Brickyard Hollow has a wide range of merchandise available at the restaurant. Pick up a hoodie, glassware or even an original Allison Evans BH ceramic mug.
Great gifts for all ages.