At BYH we are committed to the community. We are the craft brewery where people and organizations throughout Maine can gather to play music, hold events, meetings and celebrations. Our "Community Nights" which we run on Wednesdays throughout the year, have raised over 18000 dollars for many organizations throughout Maine.
We are also proud to be part of the Maine Brewshed Alliance. The Alliance has three main goals: to educate customers about the connection between healthy watersheds and great beer; to support specific policies and programs that will protect clean water; and to raise awareness and funds about the importance of protecting Maine’s clean water.
All requests for community nights, donations and beer requests must be made at least four weeks in advance.
Organizations we have
Check out our calendar - click on any event to see more details.
As we move forward into our second year of operations we have been trying to distill who we want to be in a simple terms.
Advertisers would probably call it "our above the fold message" or maybe our "CTA to generate a higher bounce rate."
Frankly, we just think we are all better together.
We want to be good neighbors on our street, good citizens in our town, and helpful friends in our county and our state.
So, if there is something you feel strongly about, or maybe you are part of a group that is trying help out and make a positive change in the community, who knows, maybe there is someway we can partner, join forces and be better together.
Let us know.
As avid fans of Maine craft beer, we had a dream to bring a fun and creative craft beer experience to Main Street in the heart of Yarmouth village. The plan was to create a hyperlocal, community based pub where families and friends could gather for laughs or come together and support local causes while enjoying great local small batch beer and food.
The community is made up of such a vibrant supportive group of people, we wanted to provide them with a place to call their own. A place that honors the hardworking, family based community roots that has made Maine what is today.
When we learned of the history of the area of town known as Brickyard Hollow we knew it was a perfect fit. A low lying area of land, centrally located in the village that was filled in to provide a place for the community to gather. We hope to continue that proud tradition.
Frank Grondin & Brad Moll