Bob’s & Brews - Bob’s Clam Hut Brings Classic Lobster Rolls and New Clam Tacos to Northern New England’s Favorite Breweries


With warmer weather around the corner, what better way to kick-off the season than pairing Bob’s fresh, award-winning seafood with local beers? This spring and summer, Bob’s is doing just that and hitting the road to pop-up at some of Maine’s favorite craft breweries. Chow down on Lobster Rolls and Clam Tacos while sipping brews from masters known for pushing the limits and having fun with their offerings.


Schedule includes:

Oxbow Brewing Company

Friday, May 5, 5PM – 8PM

49 Washington Avenue

Portland, ME 04101

Located less than an hour north of Kittery, Portland-based Oxbow is an American farmhouse brewery that specializes in traditional Belgian-style ales with a contemporary American influence. For one evening only, Bob’s will be bringing Maine’s Seacoast to the small-batch brewery that is known for its funky and sour beers, such as the barrel-aged and mixed-fermented Catalyst brewed with estate honey and the dry hopped and citrusy Grizacca American grisette.



Tributary Brewing Company

Saturday, May 20, 3PM – 7PM

10 Shapleigh Road

Kittery, ME 03904

Joining Maine’s craft beer community in 2014, Kittery-based Tributary was founded by husband-and-wife team Tod and Galen Mott. Beer legend and Master Brewer Tod developed the formula for Harpoon’s IPA in the early 90s and later created BeerAdvocate’s “Best Beer in America” - Portsmouth Brewing Company’s Kate the Great, a Russian imperial stout. A life-long dream of Tod’s, Tributary uses the finest ingredients sourced locally and from around the world for exceptional, true-to-style beers. On May 20th, get down to the bluegrass stylings of the Rockspring Trio while sipping Tributary’s Mott the Lesser Russian imperial stout and grubbing on Bob’s specialties.





Clam Tacos (2 per order) $10

Lobster Roll $10

Clam Chowder $5

Onion Rings $3