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‘No Comply’ beer from Sebago Brewing

From Sebago Brewing

GORHAM – Sebago Brewing Company recently released several new beers.

No Comply is one of their highest-hopped beers ever, and their brewers used the original West Coast type of hops that started to push the hoppy beer styles to where they are today. Think Russian River’s Pliny the Elder or Maine Beer Company’s Lunch or Dinner IPAs.

India Pale Ales encompass numerous styles of beer and get their characteristics largely from hops and herbal, citrus or fruity flavors.

Sebago Brewing Company on Main Street in Gorham recently released a beer called No Comply in memory of Mike Norton, a longtime friend of the brewery who died in the summer of 2020, (Photo courtesy of Sebago Brewing)

This beer is also a collab from the heart. In the summer of 2019, our brewers partnered with longtime Sebago Brewing friend Mike Norton, a.k.a. “The Heavy Metal Cripple,” to create an old school West Coast IPA to help raise money for the documentary “Brothers.” The film is about Mike and his late brother J.T. and their journey of bond and loss. (Brothers is available to rent on demand at

No Comply was originally released at a fundraiser screening at the brewery. Mike died in the summer of 2020, and Sebago Brewing decided to reboot No Comply with a new can in his honor.

No Comply is available at all Sebago locations on draft and in 16oz cans and growlers to go. 4-packs are also available at Hannaford and other stores.

Saddleback Is back

Sebago Brewing has re-released Saddleback, an all-malt crisp beer, to help celebrate the reopening of Saddleback Mountain in Rangeley after a five-year hiatus.

Originally called Portside Pilsner, Saddleback has been a fan favorite since Sebago started brewing beer back in 1998. We was called Northern Light Ale when we started bottling it, and our brewers evolved the Saddleback recipe to use more Maine-produced malt and a portion of Maine-grown Cascade hops.

Braap! Braap!

Braap! Braap! Gorham SnoGoers Gold is a golden ale made with one of Sebago’s brewers’ favorite English Ale yeasts. This clean, refreshing beer has a mild honey sweetness and smooth medium body.

Throughout the month of February, Sebago Brewing donated $1 a pint to the Gorham SnoGoers Club, an organization of local volunteers who maintain more than 50 miles of trails, including the Cherry Hill Trails right next door to the brewery.

Braap! Braap! is available at the Tasting Room and Gorham brewpub only.

The brewery is located at 616 Main St. in Gorham.

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