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Allagash Beer Reviews

Allagash Currant Affair
Allagash Currant Affair is an American Wild Ale. From the website: A dark sour, aged for 2 years in oak and an additional 2 years in stainless with 1.2 lbs of local currants per gallon. Currant Affair had a mixed fermentation with Brettanomyces, Lactobacillus and a traditional ale yeast. This pours […]

Allagash Farm To Face
Allagash Farm To Face is an American Wild Ale, bottled 8/22/14 opened 2/7/15. From the Allagash website: …brewed as a pale ale and fermented in stainless with our house yeast. After primary fermentation, pediococcus and lactobacillus were added along with 3lbs of peaches per gallon. This pours with a surprising […]

Allagash Nancy
Allagash Nancy is an American Wild Ale, from the website: a sour red ale fermented with Maine cherries and Brettanomyces in 100% stainless, for just shy of a year. The cherries were a blend of Balaton and Montmorrency and added at a rate of 2lbs per gallon. This has a […]

Allagash Dubbel Ale
Allagash Dubbel Ale is one of those beers I was shocked to find I’ve never tried. How could that be? Beautiful appearance, a soft off white head over a deep red and slightly brownish colored beer. The aroma is great and only improves as it warms, rich caramel, maple syrup, candi […]

Allagash Evora
Allagash Evora is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale aged for 16 months in Portuguese Brandy barrels with Brettanomyces. Got to try this thanks to the hard work of Paul, Michael and the rest of the Your Pie crew, cheers! The beer pours with a lovely light golden color, while the smell […]

Allagash Ghoulschip 2014
Allagash Ghoulschip is an American Wild Ale brewed with pumpkin, toasted pumpkin seeds and molasses, then aged in oak barrels. The name is a spooky pun on the coolship vessel they use to create most of their sour ales. Enormous thanks to Dee Dee at Allagash for sending us a […]

Allagash Victoria
Allagash Victoria is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale brewed with white wine grapes added directly to the mash. This review is for the fresh 2014 vintage. Without a doubt the grapes are the strongest element to this beer. Still a beer, but the kind of thing I’d offer to a big wine […]

Allagash Odyssey
Allagash Odyssey is an American Strong Dark Ale. From the website: a dark wheat beer aged for ten months, a portion in oak barrels and the remainder in stainless tanks. This review is for the 2013 vintage aged 1 1/2 years. This pours a nice brown color with hues of […]

Allagash Red Howes
Allagash Red Howes is an American Stout brewed with cranberries. Basically this is a lighter bodied stout with some good carbonation. Mild cocoa powder and dry roast make up the base stout flavor. The cranberries are very mild to start but after considerable warming they do come out much stronger. If […]

Allagash Merveilleux
Allagash Merveilleux is an American Wild Ale. This is a blend of five different beers fermented in a mix of both bourbon and wine barrels. Wild yeast strains brettanomyces, pediococcus and lactobacillus were all utilized as well. Well I can’t pronounce it, but it’s French for marvelous and that is indeed […]

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