Belleflower Brewing Company is a craft brewery opening in Portland, ME in 2021!
(207) 805 -1696
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Being and Becoming is a collaboration brew with one of our beloved Rhode Island breweries, Long Live Beerworks. This double IPA is a nod to their beer "The All Seeing Eye". Also known as the "Eye of Providence", the all seeing eye is a Masonic symbol representing Divine Providence. We'll stop short of the conspiracy theories and go straight down the rabbit hole and through time... We view beer as the keeper of a kind of universal consciousness, and collaborating with other breweries is a way to tap into that source. Pouring an opaque golden color, Being and Becoming starts with big apricot and mixed citrus notes on the nose, but quickly makes way for more woodsy, dank hop aromas reminiscent of pine needles. The flavor mimics the aroma, with a blast of fruit to start, namely orange juice and papaya, and ends with a resinous kick. Along with a super silky mouthfeel and moderate bitterness, Being and Becoming leaves you craving another sip. Enjoy cautiously at 8% Alc. by vol. Dry hopped with Simcoe, Kohatu, and Citra.
Those mischievous faeries have been up to no good! Brewed with blueberry, rhubarb, and plum, this iteration of Faerie Offering pours the color of the deep sea. The aroma carries a medley of plum, grape candy, blueberry pie filling, and woodsy potpourri. This offering starts with an intense candied sweetness and ends with balancing tartness. Faerie Offering is 4% Alc. by volume.
Same dog new collar! For this variant we used Galaxy and Citra in the dry hop. Galaxy Scrugsy features kiwi, pineapple, peach, mango, and sweet tarts in the aroma. The first sip brings a crisp mineraly slightly drying sensation that is backed up by hefty amounts of @blueoxmalthouse wheat and oats, followed by a cornucopia of tropical flavors, stone fruit, and peach rings. Scrugsy is a 7.1% ABV IPA.
Heart Trail will change season to season, and we're very happy to welcome summer this week with a new variant. Heart Trail pours golden in color and very hazy. Bursting with grapefruit and stone fruit in the aroma, it brings flavors of strawberry, mango, apricot, guava, and passion fruit. Heart Trail is dry hopped with HBC 586 and Idaho Gem both of which add a deep, complex fruit character to the beer. These hops are relatively new to the market and to us, and we're excited to get to showcase them in this special beer. Heart Trail is 7.7% abv.
Finch & Thistle, pouring pale golden hazy with aromas of big papaya, kiwi, pineapple, and stone fruit that will make you long for summer. This strong pale ale opens with flavors of grapefruit and other tropical citrus and stone fruit for a crispy taste that finishes with some light malt sweetness. Distlefink, the hex symbol on this label represents happiness and good fortune. 6.8% ABV.
Introducing Hexology! Our first double dry hopped IPA. To us double dry hopping a beer means dry hopping the beer twice, and at double the amount. This iteration presents with intense aromas of pineapple, orange and lemon zest, and loads of grapefruit. The first sip brings bright hop notes, flavors of grape and pineapple candy, rounded out with lychee and papaya, and some lingering hop bite. This beer is easily the most aromatic hoppy beer we've made to date. The dry hop is made up of a blend of Bru-1, Mosaic, and Citra. Hexology is 7.3% alc. by volume.
Honor the honey bee. Not only are these little foragers vital to our survival, they love bluebells (a type of bellflower) and vomit up liquid gold. Just as making beer is an art of transformation, this ritual is a kind of folk magic performed to sustain our ecosystems. Bees pollinate flowers, fruits, and vegetables allowing them to grow seeds and bear fruit. Folk Magic is an IPA with aromas of grape candies, papaya, and some stone fruit, with floral and woodsy undercurrents. The flavor starts with loads of melon and tropical fruit that ends with a resinous hop character and a touch of nuttiness from the addition of spelt.. So waggle on over and get some of this royal jelly!
Introducing another version of Barn Hex, now with melon vibes! This iteration of our DIPA features Mosaic, Strata, and El Dorado in the dry hop and pours pale gold with heavy haze. The aroma features big melon vibes on the nose, honeydew, cantaloupe, strawberry, wild flowers, rose water, fresh cut grass, and a hint of orange. The flavor follows the aroma with melon, strawberry, and flowers. With a soft mouthfeel and 8.5% abv, lookout--this beer is very drinkable.
Magpie is a true beauty, it pours milky-white with heavy haze. This beer punches your nose holes with perfume-y dank and sappy hops, it lingers on with notes of white pepper and lemon/lime. It drinks extremely soft and pillowy, has a very light amount of bitterness and is well complemented by mild dryness with a hint of grapefruit zest.
This version of Secret Clubhouse features a new recipe that resulted in a luscious base beer that is dripping with flavors of chocolate and coffee. We dosed this beer with a ton of toasted coconut, and roasted, chopped hazelnuts. The beer pours black with a thin head that dissipates quickly. The aroma is loaded with coconut and sweet confections. The flavor follows with coconut, coffee, dark chocolate, earthy roast notes from the hazelnuts, and finishes with some light sweetness. Secret Clubhouse is a heafty drinker at 12.5% alc. by volume.
Lost Leaf Oak pours with light chill haze and is loaded with white wine/chardonnay on the nose followed up with a silky full mouthfeel. The barrel imparts impressions of vanilla and oak, with light citrus flavors.
Introducing Hexology! Our first double dry hopped IPA. To us double dry hopping a beer means dry hopping the beer twice, and at double the amount. This iteration presents with intense aromas of pineapple, orange and lemon zest, and loads of grapefruit. The first sip brings bright hop notes, flavors of grape and pineapple candy, rounded out with lychee and papaya, and some lingering hop bite. This beer is easily the most aromatic hoppy beer we've made to date. The dry hop is made up of a blend of Bru-1, Mosaic, and Citra. Hexology is 7.3% alc. by volume/
Faeries are mischievous mythical creatures believed to behave maliciously. When provoked faeries prank their human neighbors by ruining or stealing crops, drink or food, or tools and grain. When they are feeling generous they are helpful around the farm, hearth, and home. Faerie Offering is Belleflower's first sour beer and is a gesture of peace to the faeries. Pouring deep watermelon pink with a pale pink head, the aroma carries a berry medley with cherry and blackberry in the forefront. The first sip brings a jammy mix of blueberries and cherry alongside some tartness from the blackberries. Faerie Offering finishes clean and refreshingly tart just like its namesake. If you see any, would you tell them I know someone whose floors need sweeping?
Scrugsy is such a good doggie. This beer pops with pineapple and cotton candy on the nose, evoking feelings of those sweaty/sticky nights of pre-pandemic carnivals. Loaded with passionfruit, papaya, pineapple, and candied oranges, Scruggs will quickly become your favorite adventure buddy.
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