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The Liberal Cup Hallowell, Maine

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Delicious pub food & brew made just for you!

The Liberal Cup Public House & Brewery in Hallowell, ME, is our take on the traditional English pub. Our mission is to provide a gathering place for our local friends and seasonal visitors to enjoy good food and drink.

Like the pubs that dot the English countryside, The Liberal Cup is an inviting and cozy spot to bring family and friends. And while the draughts will conjure that familiar flavor of jolly ol’ England (ales and bitters being our specialty), we’re happy to brag that the food will not.

Our award-winning chef has taken classic pub fare and elevated it with fresh, local ingredients.  His daily specials highlight Maine's seasonal offerings and on the weekends he likes to turn The Cup into a gastropub with his haute and nouvelle cuisine creations.

Headed South? Visit The Run of the Mill Public House & Brewery, our sister brewpub in Saco.

WHAT'S ON TAP

Bug Lager

Pitch Black IPA

 What's Hoppenin' XPA

Bug Zapper Superlager

Alewife Ale

Brickhouse Bitter

Next on Tap

 Ex-Wife Extra Bitter

 Guest Tap

    Peak's Organic Nut Brown Ale

 

 

 

Daily Specials

Lunch Thursday April 28th

Beer Battered Shrimp - $14

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Blackened Lamb Burger on a Pretzel Roll with Lettuce, Tomato, Bacon and Cheddar Cheese - $11

Fried Soul Wrap with Lettuce, Black Bean Salsa, Pepperjack Cheese, Pico De Galo and Chili Mayo - $10.50

Beer Battered Clams, Fries and Slaw - $17

Tempura Sole Served over Pan Fried Soba Noodles, with Peas and Green Beans - $15

Wrap: Greek Chicken Salad, Springmix and Tomato

Brewer's Cut: Blackened Skirt Steak - $14

Vegetarian: Bucatini with Peas and Spinach in a Parmesan Sauce

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Clam Chowder

Beef and Green Chili Soup

Beer Cheese Soup (XPA & Mozz)

 

 

 

 

Welcome & Thanks for checking us out!

I opened The Liberal Cup in 2000, realizing a life-long dream of establishing a traditional English pub on this side of the Atlantic.  At the impressionable age of 17, I had fallen in love with the English country pub--a place for families and friends to gather for all occasions, as well as a local watering hole for those out and about or on their way home.  English pubs are cozy, informal, and meant for all to enjoy.  I hope that is what you’ll experience when you walk through our door.  It’s certainly cheaper than a trip to England, and the food is better. I promise.  As for the beers I brew, although I love experimentation, I keep them all within the English tradition:  drinkable, affordable, and for the people.  So, please, come and sit for a spell, share a story and laugh, and just enjoy yourselves. 

Thanks,

Geoff Houghton
Owner, Founder, Brewer