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Maine Beer Company A Tiny Beautiful Something

"A tiny beautiful something showcases a new hop variety, El Dorado. We brewed a pilot batch with this hop exclusively and one with it blended with some of our other favorite Northwest varieties. In the end, we decided that the El Dorado had such a unique and interesting character on its own, so we decided to brew it as a “single hop” pale ale. The aroma and flavor offer intense candied orange and citrus zest. A touch of flaked oats provide a rounded, silky mouthfeel. And like our other hoppy offerings, tiny was brewed to finish dry and clean." —brewer

Maine Beer Company Another One

"When we expanded our brewery the stress was something to say the least. I ran out of creative juice for a minute so decided to have another one for inspiration. Another One IPA and Weez use the same hops but different malts. The result: Another One is very light in color, and Weez is very dark. Each, however, allow the hops to shine out front." —brewer

Maine Beer Company Peeper Ale

*** Limit one bottle per customer. ***

"Our original hoppy American ale. Dry, clean, well-balanced with a generous dose of American hops. My brother and I started homebrewing in a small garage in Portland. We wanted to make some really good beer, so that we could drink it of course. One winter, after many days of brewing, our fingers numb (the garage was not heated), we decided we should begin to share. So we moved to a bigger garage (our new brewery with heat) and here it is. Cheers!" —brewer

Maine Beer Company Woods & Waters

"We brewed this special IPA to commemorate the establishment of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. We incorporated Maine-grown barley and wheat, along with generous amounts of hops with flavors and aromas of pine and citrus, reminiscent of the outdoors. Cheers to Mother Nature and all she provides us!" —brewer

Maine Beer Company Zoe

*** Limit one bottle per customer. ***

"David's daughter, Zoe, is the happy soul who inspired this American amber ale. Zoe was born in the Year of the Monkey, and likewise her namesake beer does not sit still on your palate with its complex malt blend that delivers hints of dark raisin, chocolate and biscuit, plus pine and citrus notes that come from copious amounts of American hops. It's a happy, hoppy beer!" —brewer

Off Collor Eeek!

"Brewed in collaboration with Miller High Life. Brewed with Pils Malt, Pale Malt and Light-stable Hop Extract. Fermented with a house blend of wild indigenous yeasts and acidifying bacteria." —brewer

Off Collor I'm Sorry Belgian Style Ale

"Belgian style ale brewed with flowers and rose hips. The aroma at first blush is a layered cloudburst of flowers, nectar, and white fruits offered in apology to the onslaught of flavors of peach, Juicy Fruit gum, and rose petals which quickly evaporates off the tongue leaving a delectable dry finish and sense of euphoria that comes with a return to the good graces of one’s stung love." —brewer

Ommegang 21st Anniversary Ale

"Turning 21 is a cause for celebration, so it seemed only appropriate to commemorate our coming of age with a beer inspired by that most festive of libations, champagne. Ommegang 21st Anniversary Ale begins with an elegant saison brewed with cinnamon, ginger and lemon peel co-fermented with a special blend of New York State's finest apple cider, it is bottle conditioned to achieve a sparkling effervescence. Crisp, dry and delicious, there's no better way to toast the end of the beginning, and the years to come." —brewer

Ommegang Abbey Ale

"Abbey was Ommegang's first beer and was styled after Dubbels produced by Belgian Trappist monks. A deep, rich and malty ale, Abbey uses several Belgian specialty malts and spices resulting in a very aromatic, flavorful beer. Deep burgundy in color, topped by a dense tan head, Abbey Ale is rich on the palate but with a dry finish. Suitable for cellaring, Abbey develops wonderful caramel, fig, and currant notes with age." —brewer

Ommegang Fruittanomyces

"This beer is the unpronounceable result of unpredictable events – when a few bottles of a fruited wheat beer were mistakenly dosed with Brett yeast intended for another beer. We were so happy with the ensuing fruity, funky, and complex flavors that we spent a year recreating the beer. Fruittanomyces begins as our renowned Belgian-style Witte Wheat Ale. Prior to fermentation, a blend of mango, passion fruit and kiwi is added, after which the beer is generously dry-hopped. After dry-hopping, the beer is bottle-conditioned with Brett yeast for six months before release." —brewer

Ommegang Hennepin Farmhouse Saison

"This style is called Grisette, or farmhouse, and is considered to be in the domain of the Belgian Saisons. Hennepin is a delicious brew for all seasons. It is spicy and refreshing, and also has a high alcohol content to keep you warm throughout the winter months. A moderately hoppy, farmhouse-style ale with a champagne-like effervescence, Hennepin has a crisp start followed by malt sweetness balanced with a firm bitterness. Hennepin has a bounty of great flavors: ginger, spice, orange and toasted grain. Pouring a bright golden color with a spicy-sweet balance of orange peel, sweet malt, hops and ginger, Hennepin makes way for a dry finish with a slight bite of ginger." —brewer
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