One Tributary leads to another

Legendary beer brewer Tod Mott on Pioneering a Community Based Brewery in Kittery Maine.

Most fans know him as New England’s brewing legend, the creator of the original recipe of the highly acclaimed Harpoon IPA, and Portsmouth Brewery’s cult-status, Kate the Great Russian Imperial Stout.

“As a student at Boston University, Tod Mott planned on being an artist. But he thought his medium would be ceramics, not, as it would come to be, ales and lagers.” From an interview in All About Beer.

One Tributary Leads to Another… that was the aha! moment when Tod Mott and his wife, Galen came upon the name of their new brewery. Tributary Brewing Company is Tod’s long-held dream of brewing his own beer and having his own place to serve it.

Tod has been a master brewer for over two decades, working with some of the region’s most renowned breweries. Come hear his story as a Pioneer in this world and his plans for the future.

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One Tributary leads to another.

Legendary beer brewer Tod Mott on Pioneering a Community Based Brewery in Kittery Maine.

Most fans know him as New England’s brewing legend, the creator of the original recipe of the highly acclaimed Harpoon IPA, and Portsmouth Brewery’s cult-status, Kate the Great Russian Imperial Stout.

“As a student at Boston University, Tod Mott planned on being an artist. But he thought his medium would be ceramics, not, as it would come to be, ales and lagers.” From an interview in All About Beer.

One Tributary Leads to Another… that was the aha! moment when Tod Mott and his wife, Galen came upon the name of their new brewery. Tributary Brewing Company is Tod’s long-held dream of brewing his own beer and having his own place to serve it.

Tod has been a master brewer for over two decades, working with some of the region’s most renowned breweries. Come hear his story as a Pioneer in this world and his plans for the future.

Tributary Brewing Company

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