Bremen was founded in 1828 by pioneers and fishermen and still retains much of that influence today. Bremen is a town of farms, fisheries, and beautiful rural and maritime views. In addition to maritime industries and farming, the Town is home to many thriving and successful businesses. Bremen enjoys the benefit of many natural resources. The Town is located on the Pemaquid Peninsula. Its eastern mainland border is situated on the Medomak River and Muscongus Bay, giving it access to beautiful natural harbors and rich and abundant shellfish harvest from its tidal flats. Several large islands are part of the Towns geography including The Audubons Hog Island, a natural sanctuary for birds and other wildlife. In addition, Bremen has access to three large freshwater lakes. All the above gives the outdoorsman many options for recreation.