At Oxbow Beer Garden in Oxford, you can cross-county ski, snowshoe, or fat bike on the trails - for free - then head inside the restaurant for pizza and beer. Maybe head out back and loiter by the bonfire if you're so inclined.
You don't HAVE to take a 50-minute ferry ride to Monhegan Island to enjoy a day of spectacular hiking along high cliffs and rocky coastline followed by a cold beer in the sunshine at a local brewery. But it'd be a lot cooler if you did.
Between the winter wonderland that is Cathance River Preserve and the option to swing into Flight Deck for a beer, this is a winning snowshoe + brews combination.
For an easy-going Sunday that you can still feel proud to talk about at work on Monday, there's Downdogs at Dirigo.
Go ice skating on a local pond or outdoor rink, then hit a nearby bar, restaurant, or inn for a hot toddy, spiked hot cocoa, or glass of wine. Whatever suits your ice skating fancy.
Be Well Portland brings together our love of fitness and being social and eating and drinking with yoga and barre classes at local breweries and distilleries.
The hour-long all-levels yoga session runs from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. every Saturday. Cost is $15 and includes a token to get a beer of your choice after the practice.
The brewery yoga started just a couple weeks ago, and there are classes at 5:30 p.m. on Fridays and 9 a.m. Sundays (which happens to lead right into brunch time!).
YogaYavira combines two of life's most splendid things: yoga + beer. (And hey, if you don't really think yoga is all that splendid, the after-yoga brews might convince you to come anyway. I'm pretty sure that's exactly why instructor Erin Compton is leading these classes. It's like she knows us.)
Plenty of scenic stops along the way to follow trails, sit at the beach or walk the breakwater in Camp Ellis. There are several general stores along the way to stop for more water or an ice cream sandwich and you'll get to cruise through all the activity in OOB (Hey! Stop in a buy a T-shirt).