FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here’s a list of some frequently asked questions about Mast Landing Brewing Company. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please feel free to message us through our website or social media. Cheers!
What beers do you have available in the tasting room?
Head to mastlandingbrewing.com/beerlist to find a list of the current beer offerings in our tasting room. Can availability is depicted under each individual beer. We try to continuously update this list, but availability is not guaranteed.
Does Gunner’s Daughter contain nuts?
Gunner’s Daughter does not contain nuts. We use other natural extracts, combined with malts and grain to create a peanut butter aroma and flavor.
Is Mast Landing dog friendly?
We love dogs. Unfortunately, state regulations won't allow us to have them at the brewery. Sorry!
Will Mast Landing donate to my cause?
We loving giving back to the community and being involved with local events and charities! Due to the large amount of donation requests that we receive, we ask for all requests to be submitted through our website at mastlandingbrewing.com/donation-request. This helps to ensure that every request is seen and reviewed. We will get back to you within a week if we are able to fulfill your request.
Can Mast Landing ship beer to me?
Unfortunately, it’s against state regulations for us to ship beer to consumers. Sorry!
Can I purchase a 1/6 keg of beer directly from Mast Landing?
If you are looking to purchase a 1/6 of Mast Landing beer, contact your local craft beer store and they should be able to order you a keg to purchase through them.
Do you serve food in the tasting room?
We currently sell light snacks, like popcorn, beef jerky, chips and salsa in the tasting room. Also, check our social media accounts for periodic food trucks and other pop-up food vendors.
Where can I find Mast Landing beer outside of the brewery?
Mast Landing is currently distributed throughout Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and periodically the Virginia/D.C. area.