Urban Farm Fermentory

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200 Anderson St, Portland, ME 04101 200 Anderson St, Portland Directions
+12077738331
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Report | 9 months ago
Purchase a Growler to refill at your next visit and save! Also, watch for the occasional warehouse sale- I happened to go during a Horney Toad clothing brand sale and saved BIG $$$$!!!!! Such an awesome combo Plus, with my receipt from the warehouse sale I can get discounts on UFF drinks at my next visit :)
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Report | a year ago
Great place to stop in if in the Portland area. They are still expanding their building as the business is growing and the cider is delicious!
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Report | a year ago
Don't miss it! Great tour...learned a lot of interesting facts. Loved each of the kombucha samples and bought 4 growlers!
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Report | a year ago
I would recommend mixing to enhance the flavors of the cider and the kombucha. Well worth the visit. I'll be back :)
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Report | a year ago
Definitely take the tour! And try the Balsam Fir Kombucha!! So good!
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Report | a year ago
Great staff and quality product
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Great way to spend some time on a cold afternoon. They have a winter farmer's market on Sat.
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The people were nice, but the tour wasn't very detailed, and we didn't really care for the product. If you like kombucha though, it would be good.
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Report | a year ago
Hidden gem, not what I first expected but was pleasantly surprised! Very relaxed atmosphere and super friendly people. And of course great drinks! Loved learning about Kombucha and supporting a local company! Will be back!
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We went on a Saturday and it was a little bit crazy so it took a bit to catch the eye of one of the "bartenders". The guy said that they do 50% of their business on a Saturday so if your looking for a less busy time go during the week. All of their products were great, don't be afraid to take the full tasting of everything, you might find something new to fall in love with.
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Urban Farm Fermentory aims to obtain as much of its ingredients from the local community as possible—even its founder, Eli Cayer, is a Maine native. At the Fermentory, juice pressed from Maine apples is allowed to ferment under the direction of yeast that occurs naturally in the air and on the fruit itself, producing a cider that is as tart as it is dry. Raw Maine honey goes into the experimental center’s crisp mead, and its kombucha is sure to please lovers of fermented tea and displease the ghost of Earl Grey. As it expands, the Urban Farm Fermentory is coming to serve as a hub for local artisans, providing a space for enthusiasts to provide workshops in such fields as making lacto-fermented foods such as kimchi, and harvesting mushrooms.

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