Sea Dog Brewing Company
Opening our doors in 1993, Pete Camplin, Sr. started Sea Dog Brewing Company in Bangor, Maine. Initially, the company started as a 240-seat brewpub and a small kegging brewery, located in Camden, Maine. In 1995, Sea Dog Brewing moved to a new facility, comprising of a 540-seat restaurant and brewpub on the banks of the Penobscot River in Bangor. Our company is run under the joint ownership of Alan Pugsley and Fred Forsley, who are also the owners of the Shipyard Brewing Company, located in Portland, Maine.
Above all, being authentic is what matters most to us here at Sea Dog Brewing. Our beers are brewed in a traditional English style using only the highest quality ingredients like English two-row malted barley and British top-fermenting Ringwood yeast. Our English brewing style results in brews with a distinctive, refreshing taste and crisp finish.
Founded in 1993 on the coast of Maine, our crew brews a full line of award-winning handcrafted ales that capture the spirit of our sea-faring history.
Sea Dog Orlando
Come get the full Sea Dog Brewing experience at our brewpub in Orlando, Florida. At the Sea Dog Brewing Company in Orlando, you’ll enjoy delicious food in a relaxing atmosphere. We offer something for everyone in your whole family. Our brewpub features:
- Fresh Seafood
- Oyster Bar
- Creative Pub Fare
- Kid’s Menu
- Award-winning Handcrafted Beer
- Outside Seating
- Full bar
Barney was the Sea Dog Brewing Company’s apprentice brewmaster and figurehead. Sadly, he is no longer with us, but his spirit lives on. The Great Pyrenees were originally bred for their dauntless protection of mountain flocks and as official guard dogs for the French court in the 17th century. Barney continued this age old tradition by posting guard over the brew kettle as it boiled.
Although the Great Pyrenees breed usually dislikes the water, Barney loved it and dove right in whenever he go the chance.
As a boating “enthusiast”, he began sailing at three months and thus acquired his nickname “Sea Dog”. Barney was just as at home on deck as on land.