Your search ends here for the perfect brew for any occasion. Whether just relaxing after work, taking in the game at a friend’s house, or attending a lavish party, Kenyon’s Beer Department has whatever your palate is calling for, from standard lagers and ales, hoppy IPAs, to big robust stouts and porters and many more styles from which to choose.  We also have gluten free beers for those who are allergic to gluten or gluten sensitive. For the non beer drinkers we have a large selection of premium malt beverages, hard ciders, and spiked seltzers as well.  Don’t be afraid to try something new with all the choices available to you, but we will always have your favorite!


New Belgium Additions

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Check out some new offerings from New Belgium Brewing including Voodoo Ranger Guava Spruce Double IPA, Bicycle Kick Kolsch, and last but certainly not least: The Hemperor HPA, which combines Hemp and Hops together (no traceable amounts of THC or CBD) !! You will definitely want to treat yourself to the sensory domination this beer provides! Quantities Limited!

Night Shift Nite Lite

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Night Shift Nite Lite Craft Light Lager!

Regularly $6.99 for a 4 pack, get it at a limited time introductory price of ONLY $5.99!!!

Funky Bow Craft Beers



Straight from the woods of Lyman, Maine comes Funky Bow Beer Company! Just named the Maine Brewery of the Year 2018 at the New York International Beer Competition, you’ll definitely want to try some brews and see what the excitement is all about!

Craft Beer Additions 4/19/18

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some tasty new Craft Beers just arrived today from Dogfish Head, Long Trail Brewing, Foolproof Brewing, and a new hard cider from Carlson Orchards!

Craft Beer Additions 4/18/18

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Check out some awesome additions to our Craft Beer Department from Southern Tier Brewing, Big Elm Brewing, and Hidden Cove Brewing!


Craft Beer Additions

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Here are a few great new additions to our Craft Beer Department.

True North Ale Company from Ipswich, MA

Riverwalk Brewing Company from Newburyport, MA

Lefty’s Brewing Company from Greenfield, MA

Big Elm Brewing from Sheffield, MA

Collective Arts Brewing from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Von Trapp Brewing from Stowe, VT

These are only a few of the great new beers available. We are always adding to our already impressive Craft Beer Department to bring our customers the best selection in Falmouth!



Dos XX 12 Pack Sale

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Stock up for Cinco de Mayo! Dos XX Lager and Amber Ale 12 packs on sale now for only $11.99 plus deposit!

Night Shift Brewing Now Available

NSB+LogoNow available at Kenyon’s Market, craft beers from Night Shift Brewing! 4 pack 16oz cans, styles include Awake Coffee Porter, Morph Rotating IPA, Santilli American IPA, The 87 American Double IPA, Whirlpool American Pale Ale, and Village Lager Zwickelbier Style Lager. All are available cold or warm at the very best price around. You’ll definitely want to try these amazing craft beers!

Mother Earth Craft Beer

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New to our Craft Beer Department from Vista, CA

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Be sure to try a 6 pack of these awesome beers, or the get the variety 12 pack “Love Pack” and try a little bit of each of the styles!


Craft Beer

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We are constantly adding to our already extensive Craft Beer Department, so be sure to check back often to find amazing new brews from breweries both local and from across the country. Life is too short to drink bad beer…#DrinkCraftBeer

Sam Adams 12 pack Special

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Don’t miss out on this amazing deal on Sam Adams 12 packs, only $14.99 plus deposit! Save $1 off the regular price!!

Miller Lite 30 pack Super Special

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Stock up for the Big Game (and beyond) with this spectacular deal on Miller Lite 30 packs, only $22.99 plus deposit!

Coors Light 30 Pack Super Special

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Stock up now for the Big Game ( and beyond ) with this incredible deal on Coors Light 30 packs, only $22.99 plus deposit!

Gluten Free Beers

If you are looking for gluten free beers, we have a wide variety of them such as Omission, Bard’s, Ipswich, and Glutenberg. Also remember, all Hard Ciders are gluten free so be sure to check out our extensive Hard Cider section!

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New Belgium Brewing Now Available






Craft Beer Discount Special

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Older by far of the two great classes of beer, ales are typically fermented close to room temperature, most often between 60 and 70xf. Ale yeast floats on the surface as it works, hence the term “top-fermenting.” at these warm temperatures, yeast produces abundant amounts of flavor chemicals such as esters and aldehydes, which give ales their characteristic fruity and spicy aromas.


In the 15th century germans, fermenting in very cool caves, began to cultivate a type of yeast adaptable to cool temperatures, which sank to the bottom during fermentation. At the much cooler temperatures of 35-50xf, bottom-fermenting beers take much longer to mature, requiring an extended aging or “lagering” time in the brewery. Cooler temperatures suppress the production of fruity, spicy flavors, generally producing smoother, less complicated aromas than ales.

Abbey ale
A dark, rich and strong Belgian ale brewed in the style of Trappist monasteries, using century old guidelines. Strength ranges are designated from enkel (single) to quadruple (or character).

Alt (ale)
A traditional German brewing process of top fermentation being warm and the aging process being cold, like with lagers. Dusseldorfer alt is usually ruby brown, crisp and bitter, while kolsch alt is from the cologne region of Germany and is pale, delicate and moderately hopped.

Amber ale
This is a vaguely defined American style ale, where anything goes, as long as it’s amber, with a moderate hop taste.

Amber lager
This is a vaguely defined American style lager of normal strength. It is usually pale to medium amber and lightly hopped.

American ale
A top fermented beer which is similar to lager but with a richer, heavier and more complex taste. Has a range of color from blonde to dark brown.

Barley wine (ale)
A very strong  ale, with an alcohol content of 8 percent or higher. It is usually amber to medium brown and often highly hopped. It is a great winter warmer and should be sipped like brandy. Requires several years in the cellar as it improves with age.

Biere du garde (ale)
A French “laying down” beer, it is placed on its side for aging. Blonde to copper in color, it has a medium to strong alcohol content.

Bitter (ale)
This classic, everyday drink of England is gold to amber in color, low to medium in alcohol content and quite bitter. Should be lightly carbonated.

Bock (lager)
This extra strong full-bodied lager, is traditionally brewed in Germany during the winter and served as a springtime beer. It has a moderately high alcohol content and is usually lightly hopped.

Brown ale
This British style ale is brewed in two distinctly different formats: the northern England version is medium bodied, reddish in color with a fruity or nutty taste, while the version made in southern England is lighter bodied, darker in color and sweeter to the palate.

Cream ale
An American style golden ale with a delicate hop character, it is often aged cold like altbiers.

Dark lager
This is a very lightly hopped normal strength lager with a deep amber to medium brown color. Usually accented by a roasted malt character.

An extra strong, very full bodied double bock, amber to dark brown color. It is often sweet and creamy and may be tangy or fruity.

Dortmunder (lager).
An evenly balanced lager, in the style of the city of Dortmund, Germany, it has a pale golden color and is traditionally stronger than other German style lagers.

Dry lager
A style of beer with all the carbohydrates being fermented, creating a drier beer with less after taste.

Full bodied lagers, which are well hopped, but almost always with a bitter taste. Color ranges from deep red to black.

Faro (ale)
A diluted, sweetened lambic variant, sometimes seasoned with spices.

Framboise (ale)
This is a lambic or Belgian sour brown ale to which raspberries have been added.

Fruit beer
A tart and pale beer made from a blend of young and old lambics to which fruit or fruit flavoring has been added.

A sweaty or tart tasting beer made from a blend of young and old lambics.

The German name for yeast, this unfiltered wheat beer is cloudy and bottle conditioned with yeast. The prevalent tastes are citrus or clove.

Herb & spice beer
A beer, to which spices or herbs other than hops, has been added.

Ice beer
Made extensively in the united states, this beer has a higher alcohol content due to the freezing during production.

Imperial stout (ale)
This is very strong in taste and alcohol content. This was originally created for exporting to the frozen areas of Russia. The coloring is very dark to black and a heavy, rich taste.

India pale ale
This ale was developed by the British to endure the long voyage from England to India.  It is golden to deep copper in color and quite hoppy.

Kriek (ale)
A lambic variant created by the adding of dark, sour cherries.

Lambic (ale)
A family of wild-fermented beers made near Brussels.  All are acidic, vinous, and usually well carbonated.

Light lager
Low in calories and strength, this American original pilsner is very pale and lightly hopped.

Maibock (lager)
A well-hopped, pale version of the bock beer style.

Malt liquor
This is a stronger version of the American lager.

Munich helles (lager)
Popular in southern Germany, this golden colored lager is of normal strength and lightly hopped.

Non-alcoholic beer
This is beer without alcohol, usually removed by evaporation or other industrial methods.

Pale ale
Golden to copper in color, the European version tends to be heavily malted, while the American version is more hopped.  Both may be fruity.

Pale lager
This is a mainstream American or international lager, made most often with corn or rice adjuncts.

Peche (ale)
A lambic variant created by adding peaches.

Pilsner (lager)
Originating in pilsner, Czechoslovakia, this pale to golden colored beer provides a dry, crisp taste with a flowery finish.

Porter (ale)
A variety of three ales creates a very hoppy and malty beverage which is strong in flavor and alcohol content.  The taste is often sharp with a hint of burnt charcoal.

Rauchbier (lager)
A smoked beer made from malt.

Red ale
An American style ale originally in imitation of Irish blends.  This ale is typically a deep reddish-amber and not too bitter.

Red lager
An American style lager, resembling  amber lager, but with a slight reddish cast.

Saison (ale)
This farmhouse ale from french-speaking western Belgium has an exotic spicy fermentation character.

Scottish ale
The national style of Scotland, this ale is available in a range of strengths, from quite light to near barley wine.   This ale is sweet and rich with a creamy head and is more malty than hoppy.

Steam beer
A unique American style beer created in California.

Stout (ale)
Born from porters, this ale is very dark to black in color and is served warm.  Tastes range from molasses to charcoal with a malty or bitter sweetness.

Trappist ale
True Trappist is brewed at Trappist monasteries in Belgium and is dark, rich and strong with a fruity taste.

Wheat beer
A general term for any beer made with wheat malts.  The taste may vary greatly, but is usually tart and yeasty.

Weizen (ale)
This traditional wheat ale from Bavaria has a pale golden color and is often hopped.

Witbier or white beer (ale)
A delicate wheat and oat beer from northern Belgium, named for its opalescent haze, the result of unfermented starch. Stronger, darker versions exist.