The only "negative" thing to say about this place is that there are absolutely too many beers to taste in one night!! Although, I heard there was a group of Canadians there the night before we were that did pretty much or almost that! We found this place quite by accident. We were driving through Maine on our way home from somewhere else and decided to stay at the Center Lovell Inn as we drove by it. We got checked in (a wonderful stay!) and Jan told us about Ebenezer's. We promptly drove down for dinner, not really knowing what to expect. It was like being a kid in a candy store!! With 30 some Belgian beers on tap and countless other in bottles, it was hard to choose. We didn't like all the beers we tasted, but there was always something else to taste, and the ones we liked were awesome! It would be nice if Maine law would allow them to do sampler trays; maybe someday... I had the venison stew which was very tasty. My partner had the duck, also tasty. We were there on a Sunday evening and things were quiet, with just a few other people there, which was enjoyable. I would imagine it could be rather rowdy at times, but fun. The waitress was great--very personable and just the right amount of attention given to us. The pub is in an area that seems really out of the way, but with all the lakes, trails, hiking, skiing nearby, I can see that they are in a perfect spot!
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