Bath Ale Works
Named for the class of ship designed and built in Bath towards the end of the Age of Sails. We hope this to be our flagship beer, a perfectly balanced, golden Pale Ale.
Named for the U.S. Navy destroyer class built by Bath Iron Works, this will be an IPA true to the original style, which was brewed with extra malt and hops in order to survive the long voyage from England to British troops stationed in India.
Named for the famous island and lighthouse that sits at the mouth of the Kennebec, this will be a light golden ale that will be lower in alcohol and easier on the taste buds.
Named for the newest U.S. Navy destroyer class being built by Bath Iron Works, this will be a dark beer, and again true to the original Porter style.
Named for a common work activity at Bath Iron Works, this stout will be a tasty black ale, with a nice roasted barley bite.
Anyone who has captained a boat knows this beer’s name comes from the mnemonic that helps to remember an important navigation rule! This beer perfectly balances its hop and malt flavors, with a generous portion of rye malt contributing a somewhat spicy, dry flavor and feel.
Named for one of Bath Iron Works’ iconic shipbuilding cranes and brewed to traditional British Strong Ale standards, this dark, strong ale will take you higher!
Inspired by the thick, romantic fogs that often shroud the Midcoast, this beer will be an enticingly cloudy wheat ale brewed in the German hefe style.
Named for Maine’s famed North Woods and the many spruce that grow there, this may be BAW’s most unique and challenging beer, taste-wise, brewed with real spruce tips and essence, which was common in Colonial New England when hops and other spices were in short supply.
A dark, seasonal, lightly spiced but stronger ale, perfect for sipping by the fire during a New England winter.
Named for the hill just up the street from BAW, this seasonal ale will use pumpkins and spices in the mash to create a delightful fall brew.