Wild
Blueberry Weekend

in Maine

August 3-4, 2024

Fourth Annual Wild Blueberry Weekend

August 3-4, 2024

Whether you’re from Maine or enjoying a Maine getaway, mark your calendar for this (wild) new Maine tradition. Tour wild blueberry farms, pick (and nibble) wild blueberries at select locations, try a new-to-you wild blueberry dish or drink.

Wild Blueberry Weekend is happening this summer in Maine (rain or shine)—how wild you get is totally up to you. Be sure to map out your adventure below.

Where the Wild Places Are

Search the map for a variety of farms offering tours and selling wild blueberries as well as partner establishments taking part in Wild Blueberry Weekend. Enjoy Maine’s new summer tradition.

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Family Fun—Visit a Wild Blueberry Farm or Museum

Farms listed below are offering tours and a number of family-friendly activities, plus you can purchase delicious fresh wild blueberries.

Bee Chill Farm, Rockport

Enjoy foraging for wild, no spray, blueberries during Wild Blueberry Weekend.  Picnic by the pond and relax while bird watching and observing woodsy wildlife. Blueberry treats available.

 

Off Beech Hill Road (Adjacent to the Beech Hill Preserve)
Rockport, ME 04856
Information phone number: 978-604-1962

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Blue Barrens Farm, Cherryfield

Come to Cherryfield, Maine—the blueberry capital of the world—to visit Blue Barrens Farm, our multigenerational family farm of 34 years. We grow, harvest and pack our sweet low-bush blueberries, which are always organic and always of the finest quality!

Blue Barrens Farm is a cohesive community of family members, interns, visitors, and friends and you are welcome to join us.

This year on August 3rd and 4th we’re opening our community and farm to welcome visitors for the Maine Blueberry Weekend! Come join us anytime between 8am and 5pm for a blueberry processing tour and a complimentary slice of organic blueberry pie and a cup of coffee in the flower garden afterwards!

While at the farm you can buy as many fresh or frozen berries as you’d like, as well as blueberry pie, until we run out. We’ll also have some Blue Barrens Farm merchandise, such as hats and t-shirts, and of course good company to answer any questions you may have.

Address:
11 High Street
Cherryfield, Maine
04622

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Hours of Operation:
8am-5pm

Contact email about blueberry weekend: [email protected]
Contact for blueberry orders: [email protected]

Blueberry Hill Research Farm, Jonesboro

At the University of Maine’s Blueberry Hill Research Farm activities will be offered during Wild Blueberry Weekend. Researchers and students will be on site leading tours and sharing insights they’ve gained from studying blueberries. Learn about how wild blueberries are grown and harvested, and see research projects related to climate change, nutrition, water retention, and pest management that are currently being conducted on the farm.

Tours and a poster session will be held from 10am until 2pm.

For more information on the Blueberry Hill Research Farm see our website.

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1643 US-1
Jonesboro, ME 04648
(207) 434-2291

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Blue Hill Berry Company, Penobscot

Ruth Fiske and Nicolas Lindholm own and operate Blue Hill Berry Co., and have been farming certified organic wild blueberries for 26 years, currently managing about 50 acres in 7 fields across 5 towns on the Blue Hill peninsula.  We harvest and process 25,000 to 30,000 lbs. of our own fruit per year, and now in our new facility will be processing other organic growers’ fruit.   Most of our crop is processed on site and marketed direct through on-farm sales, farmers markets, group orders, CSA’s, and we freeze thousands of lbs. as well.

We will be on hand on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2024 from 10 am till 4 pm, and Sunday, Aug. 4, 2024, from noon to 4 pm, to show visitors a small wild blueberry field in production and tour our new building, with the opportunity to purchase either fresh or frozen organic wild blueberries.

Children and small groups are welcome, dogs are not.  The facility is handicapped accessible.  Our crew may be working in the processing room on Saturday, so there may be protocols and procedures in place that limit accessibility to some parts of the building (for food safety reasons).

 

104 Front Ridge Road
Penobscot, ME 04476

Contact: [email protected]

Brodis Blueberries, Hope

Visit our 9th generation family farm and purchase fresh or frozen wild blueberries, jams, sauce and more!  Our Blue Barren Distillery will also be in operation Saturday and Sunday, offering tastings and sales of the award-winning spirits including several wild blueberry inspired favorites! Cocktails and Mocktails will be available for purchase each evening from 4:00-7:00PM.

Bring your appetite for not just our wild blueberry products but lunch and dinner served by Brother Shuckers food truck specializing in seafood delicacies, smash beef burgers and other options as well. Of course, there will be several wild blueberry dessert options including Mimi’s Kitchen wild blueberry pie!

During the weekend, enjoy the freshest of wild blueberries by hand picking a sample, take a short hike for a great view of the farm and area. One hike will end with a special reading of Blueberries for Sal, a classic children’s book in our family for sure!

Tours of the farm and distillery, demonstrations of various harvesting techniques will take place.

Local vendors including pbj dog biscuits llc, Healing Acres Farm home made soaps, West Maquoit Vinegar Works, Hope Historical Society and Bluet sparkling wine makers will be on hand.  Options are still being finalized, but expect to see other vendors and to be entertained by musical acts over the weekend to enjoy while soaking in our beautiful farm views.

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128 Jones Hill Road
Hope, ME 04847
207-975-4413
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Located in Hope off of State Route 235, NOT Appleton Jones Hill Road where many GPS systems will take people! Roadside signs will be provided.

Hours
Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4, 10AM-7PM

Use our on-line order reservation system at www.brodisblueberries.com to order ahead and pick up before or during the weekend.

Burke Hill Farm, Cherryfield

On Sunday, August 4th, visitors are invited for a 10AM tour of our organic farm. Guests will learn about the unique natural ecosystem that produces our magical berries, experience a demonstration of hand harvesting methods, and be able to visit the barn where our fresh and frozen berries are packed. Buy a flat to enjoy at home. Our farm is located on the beautiful Blackwoods Scenic Byway in Cherryfield, known as the wild blueberry capital of the world.

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520 Blackswoods Rd
Cherryfield, ME 04622
207-460-6215
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Hours
Farm tour at 10AM, Sunday, August 4

Open daily from 9AM–5PM.

Copeland Hill Wild Blueberries, Holden

Copeland Hill Wild Blueberries invites you to become a friend of the family farm during Wild Blueberry Weekend 2024.

  • Come see how our little wild ones make it from field to table.
  • Take a walk.
  • Enjoy the views.
  • Bring a picnic.
  • Various samples will be available; fresh, frozen, and baked.
  • Our fresh pack line will be up and running for demonstrations.

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664 Wiswell Road
Holden, ME 04429
207-944-4082

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Hours
Open to the public August 3rd and & 4th 10am to 4pm

Fields Fields Blueberries, Dresden

Come visit Fields Fields during Wild Blueberry Weekend on August 3rd and 4th. You will have the opportunity to experience walking tours while learning about wild blueberries, what makes them special, and how we grow, harvest, and care for them. Check out “fossil rock” and other interesting geological features. The tour will stop by our apiary where you can learn about bees and why they are so vital to wild blueberries. The tour will end at the winnowing machine where you can watch and participate in the processing of wild blueberries.

Fields Fields Blueberries is a 2nd generation family run organic wild blueberry farm in Dresden, Maine. We farm while keeping the berries and their surroundings in their most natural state. Our farm has been certified organic for 24 years! We’re passionate about sharing the powers of wild blueberries & it’s our goal to educate our community about this indigenous plant that only grows in a small section of North America.

We are partnering with Slow Rise farm, another family run organic wild blueberry farm, who will be giving winnowing demos and selling fresh organic wild blueberries as well as their slow fruit snacks.

Our pancake breakfast is back! We will be serving up wild blue pancakes from 9-11am both Saturday and Sunday and of course the pancakes will be gluten free and served with local Maine maple syrup!

Families can visit our Magic Woods (a preschool nature play area) and enjoy the story “Blueberries for Sal” and blueberry arts and crafts.

New this year! At 4pm on Saturday we will be showing the short documentary “Growing Wild”. The documentary will be followed by a Q&A with Jesse and Ashley Field and director Jameson Smith.

Take in views of both the Camden Hills and the White Mountains from our hilltop farm. Our wild blueberry crisp cart will be serving hot wild blueberry crisp (gluten-free and vegan options available) along with other wild blueberry products (including our famous blueberry chips). There will be dozens of local vendors selling their creations and live music each day staring at 9 a.m.

Come experience the magic of wild blueberries!

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565 Blinn Hill Road
Dresden, ME 04342
207-776-2055

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Hours

Saturday, August 3, 9AM-4:30PM

Sunday, August 4, 9AM-2PM

Bathrooms available on site. Dogs allowed but must be on leash.

Lakeview Farms, Columbia Falls

Come take a guided tour of the wild blueberry barrens in Downeast Maine and learn about the wild blueberry capital of the world.  You can rent a 2 or 4-seater ATV or drive your own ATV or vehicle.   This is a several-mile dirt road tour. The tour meets at 9 am at the Cottonwoods Campground. You’ll want to pack water and a lunch. We’ll stop several times at scenic landmarks and follow an ATV trail to the farm located on the barrens and arrive back at the campground by 2 pm.

Cottonwood Camping and RV
Park- 1140 US Highway 1
Columbia Falls, ME 04623
207-598-8497

www.cottonwoodcampingrvpark.com

ATV rental includes gas, tax, a guided tour, and a box of wild blueberries to take home.  A 2-seater ATV rental cost is $250 and includes a box of wild blueberries. A 4-seater ATV is $300 and includes a box of wild blueberries.  A guided tour with your own ATV, including a box of wild blueberries to take home is $45.  Hurry, ATV rental availability is limited. If you choose to drive your own (non-ATV) vehicle, we’ll make a convoy led by a guide that takes a different route to the barrens stopping along the way.  The vehicle-guided tour cost is $45 and includes a box of wild blueberries to take home.

The Tour is only offered on Saturday, 8/3 with an alternative rain date on Sunday, 8/4.  Please call to make reservations for all of these guided tours.

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Lynch Hill Farms, Harrington

Visit our farm for a fun and educational experience! You will learn how we grow, harvest, and process our delicious and nutritious Maine wild blueberries. Informational tours include history of the wild blueberry industry including their two-year growth cycle, pruning practices, Integrated Pest Management, pollination, and harvesting. We will have various pieces of specialized equipment unique to wild blueberry farming on display. The tour will round out in our fresh processing area, where you will view our crew getting the berries retail ready and packed in pints, quarts or freezer-ready boxes. We finish up at the farm store where you can purchase fresh wild blueberries to-go, Maine wild blueberry jam, a variety of blueberry products and Maine gifts.

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1468 US Highway 1A
Harrington, ME 04643
207-483-1227
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Hours

On both Saturday and Sunday, our informational 45-minute tours will start at 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Reservations are not necessary.

Farm store open 7 days a week during harvest; 8:00am – 5:00 pm.

Sennett’s Wild Blueberries, Albion

Established in 1987, Sennett’s Wild Blueberries is a multigenerational farm owned by the Sennett Family. Our 200-acre farm generates 150,000 pounds of wild blueberries per year. Our fields are in Downeast Maine but we process our berries daily at our processing plant in Albion, Maine. We also own Swan’s Honey and our retail store is at the same location as our processing plant in Albion.

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332 Bessey Ridge Road
Albion, ME 04910
207-314-1442

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Smithereen Farm, Pembroke

Smithereen Farm will be open for U-pick organic blueberry picking at our little wild blueberry barren on Youngs Cove Road in Pembroke on both Saturday and Sunday, August 3rd and 4th. Come along, away Downeast for an adventure in blueberry land. Bring a picnic, enjoy a seaside hike, explore the farm and surrounding historic villages. This Wild Blueberry Commission of Maine event gives you the excuse to indulge in your “Blueberries for Sal” fantasy!

Guests are invited to borrow one of our rakes and a harvest bin, pick blueberries for a while and then retreat to the shade to drink a cold beverage and participate in pie-making at our timber-frame summer kitchen, led by renowned chef Odessa Piper, who returns for another year. We’ll have the wood stove going making jam and pie filling. We’ll have some nice icy drinks. Enjoy the ocean breezes at our shaded picnic tables while eating your packed lunch and enjoying the spectacular view over Cobscook Bay.

All of our activities are FREE! We will be making pie crusts from organic Maine-grown flour, butter, and even our own Smithereen Farm lard. You can participate for free in the pie making, and in the pie eating!

We will have available for purchase items from our farm shop such as our home-made ice-cream. Peruse our library and purchase a Greenhorns New Farmers’ Almanac, meet the animals and farmers, and see what a diversified saltwater farm is all about.

We kindly request that visitors come prepared for a day in the sun. Wear a sunhat, bring your own water bottle, be sensible around electric fences and holes in the ground, park where it says to, and please pack out your own trash and recycling. NO LOOSE DOGS are permitted on Smithereen home farm. Please watch out for your own children, we cannot babysit them while we are baking pies.

We are looking forward to seeing you. Please contact us with any questions.

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The Wild Blueberry Field
(2 miles away from the home farm and pie making)
306 Youngs Cove Road
Pembroke, ME 04666
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The Home Farm
(Where the pie-making and store is)
767 Leighton Point Rd
Pembroke, ME 04666
925-285-2094
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The Farm Store
(Where you can purchase wild blueberry jam, picnic items, etc.)
12 Little Falls Rd
Pembroke, ME 04666

Hours
Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4

Open daily from 8AM-7PM.

Chef Odessa Piper will be “in residence” in the Timber Frame Kitchen from 10am-3pm each day.

 

Welch Farm, Roque Bluffs

Welch Farm invites you to visit our 200+-year-old family farm for a true field to factory experience during Wild Blueberry Weekend 2024. Spend the day exploring our wild blueberry farm and beaches or join us for one of our guided tours. Our Guided tours begin in our fields where our guests will learn about the unique role our bold and rugged coastal landscape of Downeast Maine plays in producing the most flavorful and healthy wild berry in the world. Taste the difference of the small wild blueberry, watch the Mechanical Harvesters at work, see various pieces of specialized equipment unique to the wild blueberry industry, meet our rakers harvesting by hand, and try your own hand at raking (a great photo op!). We will finish up the tour inside the fresh pack building where you will meet our fresh pack crew who will show you how we sort, clean, and pack fresh berries for wholesale and retail markets.

Tentative: Our friend Hubert Francis, a member of the Mi’kmaq Tribe will perform a Sunrise Blessing (5:15a.m.) to kick off our 2024 Harvest. The general public is invited to join us in the blueberry field for this special ceremony.

Premiere Showing of the Documentary film ‘Growing Wild’: Saturday August 3 at 1:00 p.m. and Sunday August 4 at 1p.m.

Be sure to like us on Facebook and Instagram for updates and vendor/artist profiles.

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186 Roque Bluffs Rd
Roque Bluffs, ME 04654
207-951-2437
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Hours:

Guided Tours: Saturday August 3 and Sunday August 4 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

A Farmer’s Market with local Craft Vendors and Artists: Saturday August 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Wescogus Wild Blueberries, Addison

Visiting Wescogus farm is like going back to the “Good Old Days” when farmers took time with each customer or neighbor to converse about the adventures of farming these unique wild blueberries. The Wescogus farm’s name is Passamaquoddy for “Above the Water” and has beautiful scenic views. You will learn how Farmer Dell has been growing wild blueberries since 1953 and built his mechanical factory line and equipment; he will share his ideas from concept to container, and from field to fork. His sincere belief in supporting small growers with quality standards takes you back to another era. Hours are 9AM to 5PM daily during the harvest. Call ahead to reserve your wild blueberries (wholesale and retail) and check on weather-related raking and fresh berries. Reservations are not necessary.

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383 Indian River Road
Addison, ME 04606
207-483-3884
207-483-BLUE(2583)
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Hours
Sunday, August 4th, 9AM-5PM.

Farm store open 9AM-5PM daily.

Wild Blueberry Heritage Center & Museum

Enter the Gateway to Wild Blueberry Lands where you will discover a world of blue ranging from tasty baked treats and local blueberry themed gifts to engaging exhibits on the heritage and ecology of Maine’s wild blueberry.

 

  • Learn how the Passamaquoddy people stewarded the ancient blueberry crop or how the Civil War created the commercial wild blueberry industry;
  • Hear stories from local wild blueberry growers and rakers in an interactive media space;
  • Taste the wild difference in the interpretive Wild Blueberry Walkway and pollinator garden!

Visit us 11am to 2pm during Wild Blueberry Weekend and enjoy live music from all-star local band The Crows!

Founded in 2017 by local blueberry growers, the Wild Blueberry Heritage Center is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to keeping Maine’s wild blueberry culture alive and well. Our mission is to provide a deeper understanding of the history, science, and culture of the 10,000 year old wild blueberry ecosystem. Visit www.wildblueberryheritagecenter.org to learn more!

Hours: Mon-Sun 10am-5pm

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1067 US-1,
Columbia Falls, ME 04623
+1 207-483-8200

Worcester’s Wild Blueberries, Orneville Township

Visit a low bush blueberry field we are currently harvesting as well as a field that will be harvested next year. We rotate our fields so that we pick 35 acres each year and have another 35 acres which will be harvested the following year. During the field visit you will have the opportunity to try your hand at hand raking wild blueberries. We will also demonstrate our walk-behind mechanical pickers. Next, we will take you inside the factory where we process and pack our wild blueberries for sale. Food safety is a major issue in the processing area so you will get a brief lesson on what you must do if you want to try your hand at processing or packing berries. We will explain how the fresh lines operate and you will be able to see how we handle both the raw berries and the finished products. We will also explain how we comply with the USDA tracking system. Each individual product has a tracking number to indicate the field where the wild blueberries were picked and the date they were picked. Lastly, we will visit the value-added kitchen area. Here you will see the various value-added products we make including blueberry jam, blueberry vinaigrette, and blueberry syrup and have the opportunity to purchase these products as well as any of our fresh pack pints, quarts and/or 5 and 10 pound boxes of fresh wild blueberries.

A representative from the Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District ( PCSWCD) will be joining us on Sunday of the Wild Blueberry Weekend. They will have a table with a variety of information about “their educational services, brochures for our public lands ….and resources geared toward forestry and agriculture.”

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356 Lyford Road
Orneville Twp., ME 04463
207-943-8804
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Hours

Tours will be offered on Sunday, August 4th at 10AM and 1:30AM

We will begin each tour promptly. Bathroom facilities are on site.

Our roadside self-serve farm stand is open, in season, from 8:00AM until dusk each day. Our fresh season is from the last week in July through the end of August. In addition, you are welcome to come up to the farmhouse if you’re interested in products not on the stand. We have no set hours during most of the year. We encourage you to call ahead to ensure that someone will be “around”.

PURCHASE WILD BLUEBERRIES ONLY

Farms listed below are only selling wild blueberries during the weekend.

Lamb Cove Farm, Robbinston

Visit our farm, where you can purchase fresh, organically grown wild blueberries.

Lamb Cove Farm
187 US Route 1
Robbinston, ME 04671

207-454-3364

[email protected]

Hours
Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4
Open daily from 9AM-7PM.

Explore a local farm, eat a delicious dish, and sip on a perfect drink at Wild Blueberry weekend
Explore a local farm, eat a delicious dish, and sip on a perfect drink at Wild Blueberry weekend

FOOD

Find a wild bite.

Bissel Brothers

Cavetelli-Corn pudding, maitake mushroom, wild blueberry compote, mint

Blueberry Pie Ice cream -graham crumble, fresh blueberries, vanilla whipped cream

Spicy Blueberry BBQ wings-
chipotle, lime zest

38 Resurgam Place
Portland ME, 04102

bissellbrothers.com

Bixby & Co

Craft chocolatier offering Maine Blueberry Smoothie Bar, Whippersnapper Bixby Bar, and Maine Blueberry Jam Bon Bon.

www.bixbychocolate.com

1 Sea Street Place,
Rockland, ME 04841
+1 207-691-2634

Coastal Maine Popcorn Comany

Offering popcorn in a variety of blueberry flavors: Lemon Blueberry Delight, Maine Blueberry Pancake, and
Blueberries & Cream.

15 Townsend Ave
Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538
+1 207-633-2266

coastalmainepopcorn.com

Gelato Fiasco

Bold, intense flavors of gelato and sorbetto, including Maine Wild Blueberry Crisp Gelato and Maine Wild Blueberry Sorbetto.

www.gelatofiasco.com

HQ: 74 Maine St,
Brunswick, ME 04011
+1 207-607-4262

425 Fore St,
Portland, ME 04101
+1 207-699-4314

1197 Portland Road,
Arundel, ME 04046
+1 207-849-8555

Gateway Lunts Lobster Pound

We feature blueberry pie, Blueberry Lobster Salad, and Various varieties of Blueberry Beers, and seltzers.   Gateway Lunts Lobster Pound, serving customers since 2007.  Full service restaurant and take out area! 3 dining areas inside, and a garden with outside tables.  Fresh seafood every day.

67 Harding Way
Trenton, Maine 04605
+1 207-667-2620

www.gatewayluntslobster.com

Helen’s Restaurant

Family restaurant famed for our wild blueberry pie. We will also feature salmon with wild blueberry glaze and blueberry cocktails.

www.helensrestaurantmachias.com

111 Main St,
Machias, ME 04654
+1 207-255-8423

Holy Donut

Maine Potato Donuts made from scratch. You didn’t come to Maine for donuts, but you shouldn’t leave without them! Take a bite into Summer with our fresh blueberry glaze donut featuring Maine blueberries right in the dough!

www.theholydonut.com

194 Park Avenue,
Portland, ME 04101
+1 207-874-7774

177 Commercial Street,
Portland, ME 04101
+1 207-331-5655

398 U.S. Route 1,
Scarborough, ME 04074
+1 207-303-0137

1197 Portland Road,
Arundel, ME 04046
+1 207-849-8555
(drive thru or walkup service only)

NEW!
145 Pleasant St.
Brunswick, ME 04011
+1 207-910-7799

Jordan’s Restaurant

Breakfast, Lunch – featuring Maine Wild Blueberry pancakes, muffins, and more!

www.jordanswildblueberry.com

88 Cottage Street,
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
+1 207-288-3586

Machias MarketPlace

Locally owned market stocked with blueberry soda, frozen organic blueberries, blueberry ice cream, blueberry bakery products, blueberry jam & jelly, and blueberry goat cheese.

http://harvesttomarket.com/farmers-market/Machias-MarketPlace

167 Dublin Street,
Machias, ME 04654
+1 207-255-0605

Moody’s Diner

Featuring fresh wild blueberry pie, pancakes, and muffins. Our ice cream stand, A Twist of Moody’s, includes blueberry soft serve ice cream, blueberry pie twister and blueberry frappe. In our gift shop, we have blueberry jam, honey, syrup and chocolate covered blueberries to name a few.

Diner Hours: Daily 6 am- 8pm Twist of Moody’s Hours: Monday-Friday 2-8pm, Saturday/Sunday 12 -8pm Gift Shop Hours: Daily 9am-7pm

https://moodysdiner.com

1885 Atlantic Highway,
Waldoboro, ME 04572
+1 207-832-7785

Otto’s on the River

Sweet and savory menu items made with wild blueberries, including blueberry walnut salad and seared duck breast with blueberry glaze.

https://www.facebook.com/ottosontheriver/

287 Water Street,
Augusta, ME 04330
+1 207-213-4757

Planet Naskeag

Planet Naskeag will be at the Blue Hill Farmer’s Market on August 5th from 9am to 11:30am. There will be a stand with tastings of wild pickled blueberries with goat cheese. Available for purchase.

Blue Hill Farmer’s Market
233 Ellsworth Rd
Blue Hill, ME 04614

For pickled wild blueberries, visit our website.

https://planetnaskeag.com

Brooklin, ME 04654
[email protected]

Ricker Hill Orchards

Blueberry Pancake Hard Cider which has Maine Wild Blueberries and Maine Maple Syrup

Distributed at Vista of Maine; Wallingsford Fruit

11 Ricker Hill Rd
Turner ME 04282

Smiling Hill Farm & Silvery Moon Creamery

Locally owned dairy farm open 10 am-8 pm offering blueberry milk, ice cream, cream cheese, and yogurt made on the farm. Our farm store will also be offering a lunch special from 11 am-3 pm incorporating blueberry and our Silvery Moon cheese, as well as a special blueberry shake.

smilinghill.com

781 County Rd,
Westbrook, ME 04092
+1 207-775-4818

Stonewall Kitchen

We sell the following wild blueberry products:

Food items:
Wild Maine Blueberry Jam
Blueberry Rhubarb Jam
Wild Maine Blueberry Syrup
Wild Maine Blueberry Tea
Blueberry Muffin Mix
Blueberry Scone Mix
Blueberry Pancake & Waffle Mix
Blueberry Almond Biscotti Crisps

Home Goods:
Wild Maine Blueberry Candle
Blueberry Blossom Hand Soap

https://www.stonewallkitchen.com/

2 Stonewall Lane,
York, ME 03909
+1 207-351-2713

Two Fat Cats Bakery

A friendly local bakery offering Blueberry Pie, Blueberry Scones, Blueberry Muffins, and Blueberry Buckle.

www.twofatcatsbakery.com

HQ: 195 Lancaster St
Portland, ME 04101
+1 207-347-5144

740 Broadway
South Portland, ME 04106
+1 207-536-7713

DRINK

Sip something wild.

Anthony Lee Winery

https://www.anthonyleeswinery.com/

377 Dover Road,
Dexter, ME 04930
+1 207-924-2209

Baxter Brewing

Baxter Brewing
Offering a delicious light-bodied Blueberry Ale

130 Mill Street
Lewiston, ME 4240

+1 207 333-6769

www.baxterbrewing.com

Blue Barren Distillery

Join us at the Distillery at Brodis Blueberries and enjoy free tastings while learning our process of how we turn wild Maine blueberries into brandy, gins, rums, and vodkas! Cocktails for purchase and plenty of outdoor seating on top of a blueberry hill!

https://www.bluebarrendistillery.com/

128 Jones Hill Road,
Hope, ME 04847
+1 207-542-7741

2 Wayfarer Drive,
Camden, ME 04843

Blue Lobster Urban Winery

We will be pouring our Blueberry Infusion Red Blend wine and will also feature our Frozen Rose (Frose) with Blueberries and a Sparkling wine cocktail with Blueberries.

https://www.bluelobsterwines.com/

200 Anderson St
Portland, ME 04101
207-956-7051

Brickyard Hollow
Brickyard Hollow Brewing Company is a locally owned and operated craft brewery and pub. Featuring unique pizzas, bowls and sandwiches the company was founded on a mission of giving back to the community and while creating spaces where people could come together.
Brickyard Hollow’s blueberry pizza is uniquely Maine and has been a staple of ours since we opened. Delicious Maine blueberries with shallots, lemon zest and ricotta make it a pie not to be missed!”
Here is a list of all 9 of our locations and their hours.

26 Sycamore Drive
Yarmouth, ME 04096

 

www.brickyardhollow.com

Cold River Vodka

Unlike traditional flavored vodkas that end up tasting artificial, ours is infused with the flavor of wild Maine blueberries that are steeped for days before we filter off the alcohol and mix it into our classic vodka recipe. The difference is evident from the moment you open the bottle to find a wonderful, aromatic blueberry bouquet. The end result is a true 80 proof blueberry flavored vodka that promises real taste. From 12-5 pm, on Saturday, August 5th, two blueberry cocktails will be served in our tasting room. We will be closed on Sunday, August 6th.

437 US Route One
Freeport, ME 04032
+1 207-865-4828

Dragonfly Farm and Winery

In addition to all of our normal blueberry wines, Blueberry Bliss, Blue Lightning, Second Chance, and Berry Con2sion, we’ll be offering Blueberry Bliss wine slushees – made from Maine wild blueberries!
Many Blueberry wine recipe recommendations will be available as well!

https://www.mainewinegrower.com/

1069 Mullen Road
Stetson, ME 04488
+1 207-296-2226

Gelato Fiasco

74 Maine Street
Brunswick, ME 04011

www.gelatofiasco.com

H & S Spirits
Visit Washington County’s first distillery and try our Wild Blueberry Liquor.
Hours Saturday and Sunday 9-5
1363 Main Street
Harrington, ME 04643
+1 207-483-8021
Maine Tasting Center

Stop by Maine Tasting Center in Wiscasset to see for yourself what sets the Maine wild blueberry apart from the rest! Order up one of our blueberry-forward specials in the Tasting Room – offered exclusively for Wild Blueberry Weekend – and pair it with a refreshing glass of wild blueberry wine, beer or a special blueberry cocktail or mocktail. Stick around after hours for a special wild blueberry-themed ArtBar night with our friends from ArtVan and Sunflower Dream Promotions. Get creative and hands-on while enjoying great company and great Maine food and drink. Tickets available at artvanprogram.org.

506 Old Bath Rd,
Wiscasset, ME 04578
+1 207-558-5772

www.mainetastingcenter.com

Ricker Hill Orchards

Flagship cidery featuring Mainiac Blueberry Hard Cider.

https://rickershardcider.com

11 Ricker Hill Road,
Turner, ME 04282
+1 207-225-6165

Rising Tide Brewing Company

Artisanal brewery anchoring Portland’s vibrant East Bayside neighborhood serving Blueberry Squadron, a fruited sour ale.

www.risingtidebrewing.com

103 Fox St,
Portland, ME 04101
+1 207-370-2337

Tributary Brewing

Our delicious Blueberry Ale made with Passamaquoddy wild blueberries will be on tap and available in cans that weekend!

Description:

This Pale Ale based “fruit” beer is brewed with Passamaquoddy IQF wild blueberries and aseptic blueberry puree sourced in Maine. The result is a light pink hue derived from the skins of the fruit, and a light blueberry flavor. No artificial anything in this fine ale.

10 Shapleigh Rd., Ste A
Kittery, ME 03904
207-703-0093

tributarybrewingcompany.com


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