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Maine Beer Company
2024 WN bottle on white

Wolfe's Neck

India Pale Ale
ABV 6.5%
Limited
Available on tap in our tasting room

Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment is a farm-based education, research and visitor center set amidst more than 600 acres of conserved open space on the coast of Maine. Their work is focused on the implementation of regenerative agriculture principles to create healthier ecosystems, increase farm resiliency, and build soil health to mitigate the effects of and adapt to a changing climate.

Aromas of pineapple, mango, guava, coconut, and orange. Notes of onion and garlic. Underlying toasted bread and pine.
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Since 2013, Maine Beer Company has worked closely with Wolfe's Neck Center by supporting their work in climate adaptation, regenerative farming, and sustainable agriculture education initiatives.

Doing good through food and farming.

In 2019, Maine Beer Company made a $25,000 donation to Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment in support of their transition to solar. This donation was pivotal in the Center's ability to invest in cleaner infrastructure and renewable energy.

Doing good through food and farming.
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Since that time, Maine Beer Company has been a close partner to Wolfe’s Neck Center by supporting their ongoing initiatives behind climate adaptation, regenerative farming, and educating youth about sustainable agriculture and the environment. In 2019, Maine Beer Company introduced Wolfe’s Neck IPA in celebration of the partnership between the two like-minded organizations.

Maine Beer Company has been a key thought partner for Wolfe’s Neck Center in developing new ways to align their brands and shared mission around climate change. They have hosted Wolfe’s Neck Center member nights, routinely used their pasture-raised meat in their kitchen, and used their reach to raise awareness for Wolfe’s Neck Center. Maine Beer Company co-founder Dan Kleban served on the Wolfe’s Neck Center board through a time of major transformation. As these two institutions have grown into a national presence, their parallel growth has only served to strengthen their partnership and connection.

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