On the banks of the rushing Saco River in Biddeford, Maine, a 150-year-old textile mill stands, a relic of a bygone era of steam-powered cotton production. Let a private chauffeur whisk you to the handsome redbrick building, now home to a bustling community of local and artisan producers. Start out by touring Banded Horn Brewing Company, whose founder Ian McConnell was former head brewer of Brooklyn’s renowned Sixpoint Brewery. In the beautiful tasting room, fashioned out of reclaimed wooden beams from the mill, sip delicious brews like the Barrel-Aged Ghost Window. The Bret Saison has a depth of complexity from being aged in oak barrels once used at nearby Round Turn Distillery, the next destination. Sample Round Turn’s signature Bimini Gin, crafted with Mt. Hood hops with hints of juniper berries and grapefruit zest. Back at the Barn, Chef Matt and his award-winning culinary team will have a wonderful surprise in store: an exclusive tasting menu that incorporates the beers and spirits tasted earlier in the day. Start out with gin and caviar, an unusual—though decidedly delicious—pairing that hints at the boundary pushing wonders to come.