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The Lost Abbey

The Lost Abbey

Location

Address:
155 Mata Way, Suite 104
Postal Code:

Brewery Information

Brewmaster / Head Brewer:
Tomme Arthur
Brewery Founded
2006
Brewery Contact:
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Brewery Phone:
(800) 918-6816
Brewery Tours:
Yes
Days Tours Available:
  • Sunday
  • Saturday

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Brewery Notes


Today Port Brewing continues at the vanguard of craft brewing, ranked as one of the top 10 new breweries in the nation by both industry experts and enthusiasts alike, driven in large part by its extraordinary Lost Abbey beers and a library of 800-plus oak bourbon, brandy, sherry, and wine barrels that comprise one of the most remarkable barrel-aging programs for a craft brewery of any size. Distribution has also expanded to major cities and metropolitan areas throughout the country, allowing beer lovers to now enjoy fresh brewed Port products from coast to coast. (If your region doesn’t yet have our brews, don’t worry, we’re adding new distribution all the time.)

We ask you to join us on our crusade to make locally brewed beers in the most imaginative and flavorful ways possible. While we are in the business of making beer, we also believe that we are foremost in the business of imagining all things possible and our goal as brewers and imaginers is to cultivate and develop the fruits of our fertile imaginations.

We believe there are no boundaries to what we have set out to achieve and we know that those who seek out The Lost Abbey will be rewarded in the end.

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