Blue Drinks is a periodic fun networking event organized by the Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association (MCFA), with a bit of education for anyone who loves seafood, fishing, Maine, or boats. This episode of Blue Drinks was brought to you by Flight Deck Brewing Company in Brunswick with music by Sons of Quint of Dyer’s Cove and fresh fish by the Fishin’ Chips food truck. If you missed it, you can still get info on MCFA at www.mainecoastfishermen.org/
MCFA Program Associate Kendra Jo Grindle, Kimberly Damon of Brunswick and Monique Coombs, director of marine programs.
Meg and Charlotte Despres with Karen Bump of Harpswell. (Charlotte has the perfect outfit for a baby girl whose father is a lobsterman and a lead guitarist.)
Sons of Quint rocked it at Flight Deck Brewing.
MCFA Executive Director Ben Martens with Elizabeth Walker of Bowdoin College's Shiller Coastal Studies Center.
Bethany Taylor, owner of Fishin' Ships, served up fresh fish & chips and more from her food truck.
Rory and Kelly Fike of Brunswick with doggies Hannah and Peanut.
Susan Horowitz, Rob and Claire Berkowitz, and Kelsey and Debora Keller.
Some of the bounty from Fishin' Chips.
Policy analyst Emily Tucker and Michael Canathan, director of ocean policy at the Center for American Progress.
Craig Watson, Elizabeth Harris with her dog Lilly and Darcie Baggett.
Robyn Schnaible and Mike Marquis.
When there's a band, you just gotta get up and dance.
Lobsterman Mark Davis of Harpswell and Moe Cornish of Brunswick.
Rebecca Long of Brunswick with Randy Stevenson of Green Bee Craft Beverages.
Alana Luzzio of Brunswick with Eric Cieslik and Josie Lahey of Lewiston and Rebecca Long of Brunswick.
Steve Allen and his wife Sarah Kingston of Brunswick.
Flight Deck Brewing in Brunswick hosted Blue Drinks on Sept. 27.