Our Story

About Us

As avid fans of Maine craft beer, we had a dream to bring a fun and creative craft beer experience to Main Street in the heart of Yarmouth village. The plan was to create a hyperlocal, community-based pub where families and friends could gather for laughs or come together and support local causes while enjoying great local small-batch beer and food.

The community is made up of such a vibrant supportive group of people, we wanted to provide them with a place to call their own. A place that honors the hardworking, family-based community roots that have made Maine what is today.

When we learned of the history of the area of town known as Brickyard Hollow, we knew it was a perfect fit. A low-lying area of land, centrally located in the village was filled in to provide a place for the community to gather.  After a couple of years of doing just this, bringing good food, good beer, and a gathering space to our community- we have started expanding.

We hope to continue the proud tradition of providing a place for the community to come together- in all of the communities we establish ourselves in.

​Frank Grondin & Brad Moll

Brickyard Hollow Exterior
Brickyard Hollow Exterior

Brickyard Hollow – A History Lesson

Although it might be hard to believe because of how character-filled and adorable our downtown is, the coastal town of Yarmouth wasn’t always as it is now. The property at 236 Main St., where the original Brickyard Hollow Brewery resides, was once a wet, muddy stretch of terrain that separated Yarmouth’s fishing industry from its inland farming community.

​At the turn of the 20th century, the town decided to eliminate the swampy dividing line and fill in the hollow with black ash from a local paper mill, established nearby on the Royal River. This area started as grounds for community gathering and in time, the area was populated with the local institutions that make up the heart of Yarmouth’s Main Street village.

Our mission at Brickyard Hollow is to keep the history of our beloved town at the forefront, continue to be a community gathering space like the grounds where our brewery now resides once was and bring this mission into different communities over time.

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What People are Saying

I appreciated their willingness to make my lunch keto-friendly. Very clean facility and very friendly staff.”


"Perfect choice for us."


“Chocolate rye IPA was great! Food and service were excellent!”


"Fast, friendly, clean, great burger and nice people!"


“We were just looking for a quick bite to eat  in Freeport.  We opted for our own mix of pepperoni, green peppers, feta cheese, and  yellow peppers.   The pizza was excellent and exceeded our expectations.  Just right for a quick meal.  Service was very friendly and accomodating."


“Stylish space; plenty of solid beer staples and experimental styles; great local way to unwind at the end of the day. Little bit pricey, but consistent with the area, and worth it.”



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(207) 869-5357

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(207) 808-8247

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(207) 847-0411

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(207) 847-0196

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(207) 360-0601

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(207) 474-9448

Eustis Brewpub: Monday - Thursday 4pm - 9pm / Friday & Saturday 11am - 9:30pm / Sunday 11am - 9pm

(207) 246-0092

Brunswick: Sunday - Thursday : 11 am – 9 pm / Friday - Saturday 11am-10pm

(207) 844-8915

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