Why Fish Brew


Our farms are comprised of a natural, artesian spring-fed trout hatchery and multi-species recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) facilities. As part of our ongoing mission to maintain sustainability while providing quality products, we use solar energy as our Cape Cod farm's primary energy source. Our solar array with battery pack storage offsets our grid energy use. We are continuously improving our system by restoring raceways, fish tanks, and improving our water filtration methods. We strive to lower our carbon footprint to best serve our local markets with responsibly raised, high-quality fish.

With sustainability at the forefront of our operations, we have developed a method for collecting, brewing, and bottling the fish waste produced as a variety of natural soil conditioners. We also produce a high-quality fertilizer crafted from whole body fish.

From our input of naturally fed artesian wells to our dedication to renewable solar energy and waste recycling, we are closing our production loop and lowering our environmental impact.


Unhealthy soils need a boost to regain the most beneficial species of microbes which are able to support abundant plant growth.


The role of our products is to reintroduce and sustain a diverse range of bacterial, fungal, and protozoa microorganisms, helpful in building up a dynamic living soil or hydroponic growing system.


Fertilizers are very important in replenishing soils with nutrients however, most fertilizers contain nutrients and minerals that require extra steps to become usable to plants. Our plant probiotics, soil conditioners, and hydrolysate introduce microorganisms capable of transforming those nutrients and minerals to their helpful forms to be taken in by your plants.